A Grenada man was seriously injured Friday morning when his vehicle collided with a garbage truck driven by a Cascilla resident.
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JACKSON — The Mississippi Highway Patrol began the Fourth of July holiday enforcement period at 12:01 a.m. Friday and will conclude it on Sunday, July 5, at midnight.
The COVID-19 pandemic has claimed the life of a fourth resident of Tallahatchie County.
COVID claims second, third local residents; new record counts of single-day positive cases reported two days in a rowBy CLAY MCFERRIN,
Tallahatchie County’s second and third COVID-19 deaths were reported earlier this week by the Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH).
One of the victims had been a resident of the Tallahatchie General Hospital Extended Care Facility in Charleston.
WEBB — Tyler Berryhill returned home to sign a scholarship offer to play basketball with the Tougaloo College Bulldogs.
Six of seven members of the Mississippi Legislature whose districts include a part of Tallahatchie County, voted Sunday to change the state flag.
The historic vote on House Bill 1796 passed the House, 91-23, and then the Senate, 37-14.
JACKSON — In Defense of Animals, the international animal protection organization that operates Hope Animal Sanctuary and the Justice for Animals Campaign in Carroll County, is applauding Gov. Tate Reeves for signing SB 2658 into law.
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State is announcing a revised fall academic calendar, keeping the health and safety of the university family top-of-mind while delivering the highest quality academic experience possible for students.
STARKVILLE — A new Mississippi State University publication outlines a comprehensive health and safety return plan for the fall semester.