The Philadelphia Rotary Club made a donation to Open Arms Ministry. Open Arms is a food ministry serving Philadelphia and Neshoba County. During the pandemic, they are providing bags of food to the community on the second and fourth Tuesdays of the month from... Read More.
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A Free Masters degree is being offered at Belhaven University. The Full tuition scholarship being offered by Belhaven is the only one of its type in the country. The challenges of COVID-19 have created a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for students who enroll at Belhaven University in... Read More.
Thrifty Nickel has donated furniture to the Carthage Police department. According to Police Chief Clay "Thrifty Nickel assisted with items to aid in the beautification of the interior building. These items ranged from office furniture to wall decor." Ricky Rogers said "we were happy... Read More.
Ball League checks are still available. According to Penny Spears some checks are still at city hall. This includes all refund checks for Lincoln Park Basketball as well as McMillian Park Soft and Baseball. Please call City Hall to make arrangements. The lobby is... Read More.
Virtual Learners can participate in extracurriculars activities. LCSD board member Debra Merkison Payton said that following a vote, virtual learning students will be able to participate in activities. See official statement below. From Board Member Debra... Read More.
Today is Friday, Aug. 7, the 220th day of 2020. There are 146 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On August 7, 1964, Congress passed the Gulf of Tonkin resolution, giving President Lyndon B. Johnson broad powers in dealing with reported North... Read More.
Several fake $100 bills have been found in and around Kosciusko. Chief of Police Hebert Dew said several people have turned in stacks of the fake bills to the police department. If the money were real, Dew estimates it would be around $14,000 to $15,000. Some locations... Read More.
If you missed the main event this morning you missed Mississippi's Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce, Andy Gipson, talking about those chinese seeds, local farmers markets and the big food distribution tomorrow in Jackson. Click the link to hear the whole interview [srr_audio url="https://www.dropbox.com/s/ooijw1pcnacmhug/80016_andy.mp3?dl=0" audiotype="dropbox"... Read More.
The Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce will be joining with the USDA, Merchants Foodservice, The Dairy Alliance, Borden Dairy, and Cal-Maine Foods for the “Farmers to Families” Food Box program to distribute 1,400 dairy boxes, 2,200 gallons of milk and 42,000 eggs. Distribution... Read More.