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Wow. That's the word I've been repeating over and over this month, as news has rolled in of one clean energy victory after another.
The Tax Foundation, a think tank that generally has a probusiness leaning, studied how far $100 would go in each state, using data from the Bureau of Economic Analysis.
If you are a parent and you haven't talked to your child about the difference between good touching and bad touching, child abuse experts say do it now.
First, C Spire slices towns into "fiberhoods" - the same term Google uses for the small neighborhoods it targets .
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves greets Harry Sanders at the Lion Hills Country Club in Columbus Thursday afternoon.
Jason Sarver, Mississippi State University assistant Extension/research professor and state peanut specialist; Alan Henn, MSU professor of entomology and plant pathology; and Jeff Gore, associate Extension research professor at the Delta Research and Extension Center, will meet with growers at three Mississippi Peanut Growers Association field days ... (more)
After several days of investigation, the Cleveland Volunteer Fire Department has found a reason for the fire that began in A la Carte and spread into Bolivar Insurance Co.
Beady served for 20 years as president of Piney Woods School, one of the country's only historically black boarding schools.
Amy LaVere: Runaway's Diary Archer ARR 319611/2 . 2014. Luther Dickinson, prod.; Kevin Houston, eng., Daniel Lyon, asst.
A trial is set to begin Sept. 15 for a lawsuit that seeks to undo a Republican runoff victory by Mississippi Sen. Thad Cochran.
Mortgage technology firm FNC Inc. is in the middle of the design phase of its new headquarters in Oxford, a complex that will not only give the growing company needed space, but also reflect the city of Oxford's vision for large, campus-like environments.
While Mississippians enjoyed cooler-than-normal temperatures earlier this month, the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency is warning residents about the current heat wave.
The night is still young for BIG GIGANTIC , one of the most celebrated acts in live music right now.
As Mississippi's sweet potato harvest kicks off, acreage is up from last year and demand is strong.
Drainage and road work will get a boost in the Flagship City as the City Council moved forward with taking out $15 million in general obligation bonds for infrastructure.
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