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3 hrs ago | The Mississippi Press
A special commemorative metal coin is being struck for the Jackson County Historical and Genealogical Society'A A A A s first annual William Faulkner Festival on Jan. 17-18 in Pascagoula.
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7 hrs ago | Daily Times Leader
Parents across the nation may find getting their children ready to hit the road will be something of a different task in the coming year.
11 hrs ago | The Clarion-Ledger
State leaders celebrated Mississippi's 196th year of statehood Tuesday in part by outlining plans for its bicentennial anniversary in 2017.
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Farm bill negotiators conceded Tuesday that they will not finish their work before Congress goes home for the year, but insisted that they are close to a final deal and working toward floor action in early January.
MY 600-lb LIFE returns to TLC following the lives of eight people - each weighing over 600 pounds - through their year long journey as they collectively try to lose thousands of pounds.
Some 23 Clay Countians entered the ranks of those earning the equivalence of a high school education last week.
The Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal reports Chancery Judge Talmadge Littlejohn approved Sherman's annexation plan Monday after the third public hearing.
A national research group said Monday that 28 percent of Mississippi roads are in poor or mediocre condition and 22 percent of bridges in the state need to be repaired, improved or replaced.
Nearly 650 Farm Bureau members, representing the state's 82 county Farm Bureaus, took part in the three-day meeting where, in addition to the election of officers and directors, the delegates adopted policy to guide the organization's efforts during 2014.
If you plan to vote next year in Mississippi and don't have a proper photo ID, don't wait to get one.
Mississippi's top elections official is starting to run TV ads explaining the state's voter identification law.
An update to report at Dan Hart 's upcoming German beer bar Stammtisch , which is currently under construction in the former Spints space on NE 28th: Expect Stammtisch to start pouring in January 2014 , as it's pushed past its original November projected opening.
HARTFORD _ Bryan Adams' "Bare Bones" tour has been a going concern since 2009, but on Sunday evening it made its first-ever stop in Hartford with the Canadian singer performing a one-hour, 45 minute set in front of an audience of more than 2500 fans at the Bushnell's Mortensen Hall.
The Los Altos Stage Company proudly presents a steamy, southern tale of greed, mendacity, sexual desire, repression, death and decay.
Bruce Mayor Rudy Pope says he and the board of aldermen moved to outlaw most smoking in town for a number of reasons.