Apr 20, 2013
Q&A: What's wrong with AT&T?
Q: Once again, in a recent issue of Consumer Reports, cell-phone service Ratings for AT&T were at the bottom.
Tate County schools: Some say clock turned back on integration
The kitchen in the cafeteria at Tate County's new Coldwater Elementary School has remained untouched and untested for the last four years.
Study: Segregated schools persist in Miss., elsewhere
Mississippi's public schools were finally integrated in 1970, roughly 15 years after the U.S. Supreme Court ordered school segregation end with "all deliberate speed." But more than four decades later, at least 50 Mississippi school districts have student populations that are more than 75 percent black, according to an analysis of state Department ... (more)
Battle Creek Enquirer
Coldwater soccer ties
Kaitlyn Vella had a goal and an assist Thursday as the Coldwater High girls' soccer team played to a 3-3 tie against Three Rivers.
Mississippian working in school district despite link to teacher certification cheating scandal
Of 14 Mississippians who have been temporarily barred from the classroom because of their roles in a multistate teacher certification cheating scandal, at least one is still employed by a school district -- but not as a teacher.