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A conference hosted Thursday in Jackson by Rice University and Mississippi State University discussed expanding what's called enhanced oil recovery.
To answer that question, Mississippi State University is hosting a two-day training program in late March to make emergency responders aware of issues involved in large animal rescues.
The challenge for Mississippi soybean growers in dealing with kudzu bugs, says Angus Catchot, is educational - to "keep farmers from freaking out when they see large numbers of the bugs in their fields and immediately start spraying."
In a series of workshops across the state, Mississippi State University Extension Service agricultural economists will share information with crop producers, lenders and those impacted by farm programs and crop insurance about the recently signed 2014 Farm Bill.
George Pinchuk, a native of Ukraine, is pictured Monday. Pinchuk teaches biology at Mississippi University for Women.
Phil Griffin has announced he will seek the Republican nomination for the 7th District Commission position on the Rutherford County Commission.
This year's event will be Saturday, March 8, at 2 p.m., following the same Jeff Davis Avenue route as in 2013, their inaugural year.
Sen. Kenny Wayne Jones, D-Canton, said he doesn't expect a last-minute push to add more people to the government health insurance program.
More than 300 north Mississippi agricultural producers met with Mississippi State University representatives to hear research results and recommendations and to express what they need from the university in the coming year.
Just last month, the CAO of Meridian was voted in with Mike McGrevey taking the spot.
He has extensive design experience. Burnet has a bachelor of architecture from Mississippi State University and is licensed to practice architecture in Mississippi and Florida.
He previously served as senior vice president, public affairs. A Shubuta native, Waller joined MEC in 2006.
Kevin Holland's first job -- a summer employment while in college -- was in the environmental services department at Singing River Hospital.