Mississippi Supreme Court Chief Justice Mike Randolph on Thursday ordered that masks be worn by everyone in all courtrooms in the state to protect against the spread of COVID-19.
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MOBILE COVID-19 TESTING SET FOR CHICKASAW, Coahoma, FORREST, MONROE, LEAKE AND TALLAHATCHIE COUNTIESBy MARC ROLPH,
JACKSON — Residents of Chickasaw, Coahoma, Forrest, Monroe, Leake and Tallahatchie counties and surrounding communities can be tested for COVID-19 next week as the University of Mississippi Medical Center and Mississippi State Department of Health continue efforts to stem vir
JACKSON — At its first meeting held on July 22 at the Two Mississippi Museums, the Commission to Redesign the Mississippi State Flag set Aug. 1 as the new deadline for the public to submit designs for a new state flag.
JACKSON ― Lawrence Hudson, superintendent of the Western Line School District, has been appointed to the Mississippi Association of School Superintendents’ board of directors.
The Sun-Sentinel has won 19 journalism awards for news coverage, including first place in the highly coveted “General Excellence” category, in the Mississippi Press Association’s Better Newspaper Contest Editorial Division.
A Florida man has been sentenced to serve time in federal prison for making threats against individuals at the American Family Association in Tupelo, Mississippi.
In this time of social distancing, many vehicles may be sitting idle for days or weeks at a time. The non-profit Car Care Council recommends starting your car at least once a week and keeping up with routine auto care to help prevent potential maintenance issues.
Tallahatchie and Panola counties are among the latest to be identified as "hot spots" for their heightened risk of COVID-19 transmission.
Nine people were arrested this week on a variety of drug-related charges in connection with an ongoing investigation by state and local law enforcement agencies.