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Automotive Service Equipment Manufacturer Hunter Engineering Growing in Durant, Miss., Creating 60 Jobs

Automotive service equipment manufacturer Hunter Engineering is expanding operations in Durant, Miss. The project is an $8 million corporate investment and creates 60 jobs. “Hunter...

Early results of legalized sports betting in Mississippi are positive

The legalization of sports betting in Mississippi seems to be moving in a positive direction. It all started in New Jersey, when the state won...

OPINION: Greater Government Dependency Is Not The Way Out Of Poverty

Graduating from high school, obtaining employment, and getting married before having children is still the best path out of poverty. By: Brett Kittredge, Director of Marketing...

State Auditor Shad White Issues $980,000 Demand for Embezzlement to Two Former Coahoma Community...

On Friday, Special Agents from the Mississippi Office of the State Auditor delivered demand letters for embezzlement to former Coahoma Community College employees Gwendolyn...

OPINION: Time Is Right to Bridge the Digital Divide in Mississippi

By: Mike McCormick, Mississippi Farm Bureau President Rural broadband is a critical pathway to global markets for agriculture and other industries. Farmers and ranchers depend...

OPINION: Choice Produces Better Student Outcomes Than Tight Government Regulations

The first public charter school opened in Mississippi more than two decades after our nation’s first charter school welcomed students in Minnesota. Today, five...

Agriculture Commissioner Gipson Gives Summary of Farm Listening Tour

Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Andy Gipson is wrapping up his statewide 2018 Genuine MS Summer Listening Tour. A top priority of Commissioner Gipson...

AG urges Congress to fund Violence Against Women Act

Attorney General Jim Hood joined attorneys general from all states and five territories today in a letter urging Congress to reauthorize the Violence Against...

From budget requests to protestors, all in the September Joint Legislative Budget Committee Hearings

State departments appeared before the Joint Legislative Budget Committee Monday in Jackson to make their budget requests for the Fiscal Year 2020. Public Employees’ Retirement...

Dr. Krystal Thurman Berry Appointed to Mississippi Autism Board

Dr. Krystal Thurman Berry, Assistant Director for Training and Professional Development for the Mississippi Community College Board, has been appointed by Governor Phil Bryant...

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