LOUISVILLE — More than 70 individuals who suffered losses from the April 28 tornadoes visited the state’s first Agriculture Disaster Center May 15 at the Mississippi State University Extension Service office in Louisville.
Representatives … Read more
The Harrison County Track teams delivered a $1,500 donation to the Louisville Municipal School District.
Bryan Anderson who was all SEC at MSU and is now a coach at Louisville High School contacted a colleague Nekemia Rich … Read more
KOSCIUSKO, MS (May 20, 2014) – Today, Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley, local officials and Atmos Energy broke ground on one of the first natural gas expansion projects funded by the Commission’s pioneering approach to job creation … Read more
Federal assistance approved for disaster survivors in 12 Mississippi counties has reached nearly $7 million.
All emergency shelters have closed and all disaster survivors are currently housed.
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency is leading a Long-Term Housing Task Force, which … Read more
The city of Louisville is looking so much better, and I am assuming that our city is going to be in this journey of rebuilding for a while, but the rebuilding may be sooner than everyone thinks. People have been … Read more
Louisville officials want to squash rumors and assure residents building permits will be issued as debris cleanup progresses.
Kenny Morris, city engineer, said building permits are being issued normally in… Read more
The number of Mississippi Voter ID cards issued has reached 1,011.
“Our research shows only 0.8% of Mississippians lack acceptable photo ID. Our Agency and the Circuit Clerks have been diligently working to reach these voters to … Read more
JACKSON—A free legal clinic designed to provide guidance to Winston County residents in thewake of the recent tornadoes will be held on Thursday, May 22, at the MSU Winston County Extension Office.
The clinic is sponsored by … Read more