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    Mississippi State University police and officials responded efficiently and calmly Thursday in the arrest of a student who allegedly threatened to harm himself and others with a gun near the center of the 21,000-student Starkville campus. No injuries were reported and university officials said there is no evidence that shots were fired, although social media […]

    When Ronald Reagan announced in November 1994 he had been diagnosed with Alzheimer’s disease, even some of his most ardent political opponents paused to wish him well. It was the same last Thursday when former President Jimmy Carter, who will soon be 91, held a news conference in Atlanta to announce that a cancer first […]

    Newspapers faulted for various failures Today’s newspapers whine because they have become irrelevant. But there are many reasons for it. They constantly focus locally and bury the key world news stories inside in one-column bits and pieces. Newspapers also are a divisive force by their failure to present differing viewpoints to Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton […]

    By Adam Armour Itawamba Times Itawamba law enforcement officials have identified the victim of Thursday night’s stabbing death in Fairview as 65-year-old Sharon R. Johnson. Johnson was stabbed multiple times and had her throat cut just after 6 p.m. Thursday night. The attack occurred in her home at 1260 Mt. Gilead Road, Itawamba County Sheriff […]

    By David Wheeler Special to the Journal BOONEVILLE – Knowing how to win should be considered a learned experience, and the Northeast Tigers have been behind the curve for a period of time. The hard knocks of classroom work beat down the Tigers on Thursday night in their season opener, as three crucial second half […]

    Associated Press ARLINGTON, Texas – Yovani Gallardo earned his 100th career victory, Delino DeShields had a part in all the Texas runs even without an RBI and the Rangers stopped Toronto’s five-game winning streak with a 4-1 win on Thursday. The Rangers averted a sweep by the AL East leaders and moved a half-game ahead […]

    By Kevin Tate Outdoors Writer One of the best options for hunters seeking spots for next weekend’s dove opener and beyond may lie on public ground nearby. State wildlife officials have been developing public dove hunt offerings for many years. This year’s formula offers a combination of public and leased private options, both with many […]

    One of the things I like most about the shotgun sports, and about wingshooting and sporting clays in particular, is how quickly fortunes can change. To some extent, ego and self congratulation are part of any outdoor pursuit, although the wise are quiet about it. There’s never been a good shot so great it couldn’t […]

    Daily Journal STARKVILLE – Mississippi State University’s police force arrested a freshman Thursday after he made threats to harm himself and others on campus, which led to a campus lockdown. Authorities later said, however, they found no gun and believed no shots were ever fired at the university. Phu-Qui Cong “Bill” Nguyen, 20, a freshman […]

    Monroe Journal AMORY – Thanks to a joint effort by the city of Amory, the Monroe County Supervisors and the Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District, the bridge on Fairways Drive at the Ackia Golf Course should be opening up soon. The bridge closed in April due to a sinkhole on one side. “The supervisors […]