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If there is one herb my wife and I love to grow more than the rest, it has to be basil.
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The Kauffman Foundation is a national entrepreneurship organization. It ranked Mississippi fifth in the nation for the work being done.
7 hrs ago | The Clarion-Ledger
Aspiring teachers might want to leave Mississippi for a college degree after a study released Tuesday by the National Council on Teacher Quality found the state lacked a single high-quality teacher prep program.
11 hrs ago | The Clarion-Ledger
But Mississippi doesn't have to go it alone. It's about fairness. Just 48 percent of low-income children enter kindergarten school-ready, compared to three-fourths of higher-income kids.
An upstart electric car company made the promise of providing hundreds of new jobs in North Mississippi almost one year ago.
Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann's office on Monday said a U.S. Supreme Court ruling striking down an Arizona law is not pertinent to Mississippi's pending voter ID law.
WASHINGTON, DC, June 17, 2013 The Southern Poverty Law Center and American Civil Liberties Union have filed a federal lawsuit on behalf of the prisoners at the East Mississippi Correctional Facility , alleging shocking human rights violations against mentally ill and special needs prisoners by the private, for-profit facility.
Democrats in the legislature recently offered a compromise proposal to end the standoff on Medicaid expansion.
A man convicted of failing to register as a sex offender in Mississippi will be re-sentenced because a federal appeals panel threw out his prison term.
Mississippi supervisors gather on the Gulf Coast this week to talk about roads and bridges, economic development, water resources and other issues.
In less than a month, any Mississippian, who is not otherwise disqualified, will be able to openly carry a gun in public places with or without a permit.
At the end of this month, veteran education leader Andy Mullins will vacate his office at the Lyceum on the University of Mississippi campus when he retires as chief of staff to Chancellor Dan Jones.
Andy Mullins, who has been a leader in public education in Mississippi for more than 30 years, will retire at the end of this month from his current job as chief of staff to University of Mississippi Chancellor Dan Jones.
Mississippi stands to be caught in the crossfire of what could be one of the most high-profile cases since Brown v.
The Democratic leadership in the Mississippi House of Representatives made a decision during the 2013 regular legislative session to vote against appropriating funds for the current Medicaid program twice.
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