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.
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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.
An appropriations bill that gained final passage in the Mississippi Legislature this week will provide $300,000 to the city of Charleston for water system upgrades.
TUTWILER — Now is a great time to learn to quilt at the Tutwiler Community Education Center, 304 Hancock Street in Tutwiler. Free lessons will be offered to a parent or guardian and one child, ages 12-16, starting the month of July.
Mississippi’s former state flag with the divisive Confederate battle emblem in its canton was officially retired to a museum on Wednesday after flying over the state for 126 years.
OXFORD — The University of Mississippi has released its official "Campus Ready" plan that outlines campus operations and modified academic parameters in preparation for faculty, staff, and students to return to campus for the fall 2020 semester.
IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF TALLAHATCHIE COUNTY, MISSISSIPPI
Second Judicial District
In the Matter of the Estate of Alpha George, Deceased
Cause No. 2019-8-2
By: Marvin F. George
SUMMONS BY PUBLICATION
The State of Mississippi
To: All Known and Unknown Heirs of the Estate of Alpha George, Deceased