The annual Mississippi Scholars breakfast was held Thursday morning May 8 at Lake Tia O’Khata. Mary Snow, local business owner and county coordinator for the MS Scholars program, welcomed everyone to the breakfast.
“We have come a … Read more
The tornado took 10 Winston County lives and caused countless injuries, but the risk did not end with the winds.
Cuts, sunburn, nail punctures, heat exhaustion and chainsaw injuries remain concerns for … Read more
Residents in the 12 counties affected by the April 27 – 29, 2014 severe weather, and who are not current SNAP recipients, can apply for the Disaster Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (DSNAP) beginning Monday, May 12 through Wednesday, May 14 … Read more
The Winston County tornado’s path is littered with debris, but the biggest obstacles may not be visible on the property.
Insured property owners need to understand their policy requirements before moving debris … Read more
For the third-straight season, the Mississippi State softball team has advanced to the NCAA Tournament. The Bulldogs are heading to the University of Louisiana at Lafayette for the Lafayette Regional.
MSU (38-19) earned a third consecutive at-large … Read more
Winston County residents need to protect themselves from another wave of tornado damage: fraudulent contractors.
Homeowners and landowners are anxious to get recovery efforts underway. Families may be displaced until repairs are … Read more