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    By Zachary Oren Smith Mississippi Today STARKVILLE – How can legislators, education policy makers and members of the business community use quantitative data to make decisions? That was the question being grappled with last week in Starkville on the campus of Mississippi State University. Specifically, the “Data in Education and Workforce Training” panel discussed how […]

    By Chaning Green Oxford Citizen OXFORD – Oxford’s Board of Aldermen voted last week to donate $14,000 to the Oxford Community Market. The Community Market will be taking the place of the Oxford City Market officially on the first day of October after the City Market terminates its contract. President of the Board for the […]

    Monroe Journal AMORY – After nearly a century of existence, the Kiwanis Club of Amory has finally found a home to call its own. The civic club was chartered shortly before Christmas of 1924 but has been “non-landed” with no physical address until now. An open house and ribbon cutting celebration took place earlier this […]

    Monroe Journal AMORY – The Board of Aldermen was issued a challenge posed to shift the Main Street revitalization initiative in Amory into the next gear. Resident and business owner John Mitchell Suggs appeared before the board to give a heads up on proposed remodeling at the former Sunshine On Main building he purchased at […]

    Associated Press Here are Mississippi’s top high school football teams in each class as selected by a panel of Associated Press state sports writers. OVERALL School W-L Pts Prv 1. Clinton (10) (5-0) 108 1 2. Meridian (5-1) 82 2 3. Tupelo (1) (5-0) 75 3 4. Warren Central (5-0) 69 4 5. Starkville (4-1) […]

    By Jeff Amy Associated Press JACKSON – A late summer pickup in job growth could boost Mississippi’s economic output for 2017, state economist Darrin Webb said Tuesday, but that doesn’t mean the Magnolia State’s economy is off to the races. Webb told an audience at Millsaps College that the state appears to be on track […]

    By Mark Long AP Sports Writer GAINESVILLE, Fla. – Born and raised in Mississippi, and with stops at Auburn and Kentucky on his résumé, Scott Stricklin has spent more than two decades in the Southeastern Conference. He knows the league inside and out, and has witnessed pretty much everything during his career. So he understands […]

    Months of planning will culminate at 11:30 a.m. Wednesday in the Lee County Library for the public portion of the 2016 Tupelo Reads event. Stuart Stevens, author and nationally known political adviser to major candidates, will speak in the keynote session of the literacy and literary celebration about his book, “The Last Season: A Father, […]

    One night Ray Mabus was on the veranda of the presidential palace in Mexico City observing that nation’s independence day fireworks with the president of Mexico. The next he was in Mississippi to announce that two to-be-minted Navy ships will bear the names of Medal of Honor recipients from his home state. Mabus, who turns […]

    Over the course of a weekend, multiple bombs exploded in New York and New Jersey, and 10 people were stabbed in a mall in Minnesota. Investigators are still piecing together details about these terror attacks, but this much is clear: America has become less safe as incidents of radical Islamic violence increase on U.S. soil, […]