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SATLER: Mississippi Legislature’s look, leadership likely to change after current round of elections

By: Sid Salter Nationally, the demographics of America’s state legislators are far different than Mississippi’s numbers indicate, according to data available from the National Conference...

Mississippi Lottery Corporation Selects Advertising and Marketing Firm

The Mississippi Lottery Corporation (MLC) today hired an innovative and creative advertising and marketing firm to bolster the lottery’s reach throughout the state. Maris West...

Atmos Energy Donates $3,000 to the American Red Cross in Support of Safety

“Pledge to Call 811” raises awareness for the importance of safe digging practices Atmos Energy’s recent “Pledge to Call 811” campaign was a rousing success...

SALTER: Issues the same, framing will be different as Reeves-Hood showdown looms in November

By: Sid Salter Mississippi’s 2019 gubernatorial ballot is now solidified and while the issues remain basically unchanged since the primaries, the framing for the Nov....

SALTER: How well does Mississippi’s higher education system compare with surrounding states?  (HED)

By: Sid Salter The Chronicle of Higher Education’s annual “Almanac of Higher Education” edition for 2019-20 is hot off the presses and the information contained...

SALTER: Weidie cast a long, meaningful shadow over Mississippi’s modern political evolution

By: Sid Salter One of the state’s best known and most influential political journalists of the 1970s and 1980s died last week after a courageous...

The fifth annual Mississippi Book Festival saw record attendance

More than 9,300 people attended the Mississippi Book Festival’s fifth anniversary celebration at the State Capitol complex on Saturday. This represents record attendance for...

Mississippi Book Festival back at the State Capitol for the fifth year of the...

The annual Mississippi Book Festival is back for its fifth year at the Mississippi State Capitol. The state's largest 'Literary Lawn Party' is a...

Mississippi Justice Institute files new lawsuit challenging ‘pointless’ licensing requirements for eyebrow threaders

The Mississippi State Board of Cosmetology requires eyebrow threaders to spend hundreds of hours learning cosmetology methods that threaders do not use or need. In...

Op-Ed: You Can’t Spell Justice Without ICE

By: James Tulp ICE agents working in conjunction with the United States Attorney’s Office for the Southern District of Mississippi carried out on Wednesday "the...

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