Category: News

Mississippi receives $200,000 Apprenticeship Grant

Mississippi — The United States Department of Labor has announced that Mississippi will receive a $200,000 ApprenticeshipUSA State Accelerator Grant to expand and expedite apprenticeship programs in Mississippi.

The Mississippi Community College Board (MCCB) and Mississippi Department of Employment Security … Read more

LMA adds new FNP

Alyssa Cameron Whitehead, Family Nurse Practitioner, joined Louisville Medical Clinic’s team of providers in January 2016.

Cameron was born and raised in Louisville, is married to her husband, Mitch, and has two sons, William Lee (6) and Taylor Reese (9 … Read more

Phi Beta Sigma to host Business Smart Workshop

From press reports

Phi Beta Sigma Fraternity, Inc. Delta Upsilon Sigma Mississippi Golden Triangle Alumni Chapter invites the community to participate in their Business Smart Workshop to take place June 25 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m.

In this workshop … Read more

Corner Stone Clinic contribution

Connie Estes, Registrar, Winston Guards #2643, United Daughters of the Confederacy, presents magazine and church literature to Jerry Nance, Board Member, Corner Stone ClinicCONNIE ESTES 0622Read more

Book event at library

Former undercover DEA agent Charlie Spillers, recently gave a book talk and book signing at the Winston County Library.  His book, Confessions Of An Undercover Agent, is currently the number one best-selling book in Mississippi.

Charlie, seen here (center) sits … Read more

New nutrition labels can improve decisions

By Michaela Parker

MSU Extension Service

The iconic design of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s Nutrition Facts label will stay the same, but the content of the label will soon be updated to reflect new scientific information.

The FDA … Read more

Unemployment rates drop across the state

Mississippi’s seasonally adjusted unemployment rate fell again in May to 5.8 percent.  The May rate is the lowest level of unemployment in Mississippi since March 2004, when the unemployment rate was also 5.8 percent.  The May 2016 rate is two-tenths … Read more

12U winners at Red Hills Invitational

The Louisville 12U Girls All Star team won the Red Hills Invitational Tournament in Louisville on June 18th. Team members are Gabby Cistrunk, Brayleigh Gregory, Laney Gregory, Aspen Harris, Jasmine Jackson, Keahjah Johnson, Marley Joiner, Madi Lee, Hailey Simpson, Mayson … Read more

Youth skills football camp offered

MaxxSouth Broadband will provide $15,900 worth of video and still-image advertising for this year’s Skills and Drills Football Camp in Philadelphia, Mississippi on June 25.

The Neshoba County Youth Football and Cheer League (NCYFL) is partnering with former National Football … Read more

MC announces local students named academic scholars

Clinton, Miss. – The Office of Academic Affairs for Mississippi College has released its list of academic scholars for the 2016 spring semester. Named from the local area:

PRESIDENT’S LIST: To be eligible for the President’s List, a student must … Read more