Wednesday Apr 16
Changes coming for Corinth park
The Crossroads Regional Park board on Monday approved the bid of Parsons Earthworks of Iuka for clearing and grubbing of 17 acres of park property for expansion.
Jailed man accused of intentionally injuring himself wins comp benefits
A Mississippi man serving a 12-year prison sentence for manslaughter should receive workers compensation benefits after he was electrocuted at his former job, even though the employer argued that he intentionally hurt himself, the Mississippi Supreme Court has ruled.
Miss. high court: Prisoner can get workers' comp
A former utility worker who lost his hands when he was shocked by power lines can receive workers' compensation, even though officials argued he tried to hurt himself to avoid a homicide investigation, the Mississippi Supreme Court has ruled.
Houston Co. close to offering fuel at local airport
Work is nearly complete on a self-service aviation fuel station at McKinnon Airport.
January sales tax collections improve
For Tupelo, the region's retail hub, January's sales tax diversion was essentially flat from a year ago, but its year-to-date collections are off by only $6,000.
Northeast plans internship program
Northeast Mississippi Community College is fleshing out the details of its partnership with Toyota Motor Manufacturing Mississippi in Blue Springs - the TIGER Internship Program.