Long-term care facilities such as nursing homes are continuing to report zero cases of COVID-19 in the areas of Attala, Leake, Neshoba, and Winston County. According to the MSDH website, "long-term care (LTC) facilities are considered high risk locations because their residents are older... Read More.
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Carthage-The 6 p.m. Bell has tolled at Carthage United Methodist Church. Bells rang out in unity across Mississippi, including Carthage, at 6 p.m. to honor the frontline healthcare workers, and the ill.
Carthage - A new Fire Chief has been appointed in Carthage, Mississippi. Longtime firefighter Lonzo Jones has been named to the position, according to the office of Mayor Mary Ann Vivians. Lonzo Jones assumes the role after the recent death of Fire Chief Robin... Read More.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — Mississippi has become the latest U.S. state declared a major disaster area by President Donald Trump amid the new coronavirus outbreak. Sunday's declaration opens the state to more federal assistance to confront the pandemic. Gov. Tate Reeves announced Friday that... Read More.
The Mississippi Department of Health is reporting new cases in Leake, Neshoba, and Winston Counties today. Leake is reporting 11 cases, Neshoba is reporting 11 cases, Winston is reporting 15 cases overall and Attala remains the same at 15 cases. 38 long term facility... Read More.
Live Birthday Shout Outs are coming to Mississippi Kids from Governor Tate Reeves. The initiative launches this week during the Governor's Facebook Live news conferences. The Governor said on FB "It’s really hard for Mississippi kids to celebrate a birthday right now. Social distancing... Read More.
More PREMIER services are being offered by Premier Medical Group. They are also adjusting hours of operation in Kosciusko and Carthage to keep you safe. Some telemedicine appointments will still be offered after clinic hours. Please continue to call first, and they will direct... Read More.
A streamlined economic injury loan application is now available through the SBA website. The Small Business Administration is collecting the requested information to make loans available under SBA's Economic Injury Disaster Loan Program to the qualified entities that are impacted by COVID-19, according SBA's... Read More.