Teen Driver Safety Week is October 16-22, 2016
For many Mississippi teens, obtaining a driver’s license represents a coming of age moment charged by a newfound sense of freedom. Although this lifetime milestone expands independence for teens, driving also comes … Read more
Approximately 58 million nonsmokers in the U.S. are still exposed to secondhand smoke, and some of this exposure occurs in homes.
“Exposure to secondhand smoke is much more than a nuisance,” said Amy Winter, Director of the Office of Tobacco … Read more
Itawamba Community College will present a small ensemble concert at 6:30 p.m., Nov. 10, at the W.O. Benjamin Fine Arts Center auditorium on the Fulton Campus.
The concert will feature the Rush Hour Saxophone Quartet, ICC’s Woodwind Ensemble, Brass Ensemble, … Read more
The number of jobs in Mississippi continued to grow in September to 1,143,900. Jobs were up 200 since August. In fact, over the year since September 2015, jobs increased by 7,900. These job figures are based on a survey of … Read more
From press reports
The employees of East Central Community College’s Workforce Development Division helped celebrate the college’s 2016 Homecoming Oct. 15 on the Decatur campus. ECCC’s Workforce Development team includes (front row, from left) Robert Kilpatrick, Deana Cumberland, Hannah … Read more
From Press & Staff Reports
The second of two vendor recruitment fairs is today for the Southern Cross Transmission line, a project proposing the construction of an approximately 400-mile, 500-kV direct current transmission line across Mississippi.
Facilities would be … Read more
Linda Ann Childress Crowe
October 16, 2016
Funeral services for Linda Ann Childress Crowe, 71, were held at South Union Methodist Church near Ackerman Wednesday, October 19, 2016. Rev. Kevin Yearber officiated.
A native of Choctaw County, Mrs. Crowe was … Read more