Life is a journey fraught with detours and roadblocks like illnesses and injuries. Sometimes they become life-threatening – they turn into more than a bump in the road. Blood donors don’t take these “road hazards” away, they just make navigating … Read more
OSHA HAZWOPER, training for Hazardous Waste Operations Workers, is being offered at Taylor Machine Works in Louisville through the East Central Community College Workforce Development Center. This 24-hour course provides training in remediation and clean-up of an… Read more
From press & staff reports
As with many schools districts in Mississippi which have smaller towns and schools, funding is always an uphill battle. To offset funding costs, a law was created.
The Mississippi Adequate Education Program (MAEP) is a … Read more
U.S. Senators Thad Cochran and Roger Wicker, both avid outdoor enthusiasts and long-time members of the Congressional Sportsmen’s Caucus, are co-sponsoring bipartisan legislation that bundles an assortment of bills to increase opportunities for hunting, fishing, shooting sports and other forms … Read more
Carolyn Mills provides a weekly view from the community.
Thanks to Sylvia Clark for getting a list of the First Methodist Church families that lost their homes or had damage during the April 28, 2014 tornado.
Others have promised lists … Read more
Governor Phil Bryant and Treasurer Lynn Fitch met with the three major bond rating agencies in New York last week.
“The rating agencies have expressed concern over our dependence on one-time funds to balance the budget,” Gov. Bryant said. “We … Read more