All Mid Mississippi Regional Libraries will be closed Monday August 30th due to the threat of inclement weather.
CARETHAGE, Miss.--The likely impacts from Hurricane Ida will start in the early hours Monday and are expected to last all day. You should make sure you have a way to receive warnings, either directly from the National Weather Service via weather radio, or with... Read More.
The Mississippi State Department of Health (MSDH) continues to monitor the path of Hurricane Ida.Significant power outages, home repairs, and flooding could create dangerous and potentially life-threatening situations.MSDH residents should take the following precautions:Food and Water SafetyIf your power is out, there are several... Read More.
CARTHAGE, Miss.--Hurricane Ida strengthened into a category 4 storm Sunday, with top winds at 150 mph, making it a "top-end category 4 storms", with more strengthening possible. For central Mississippi, that could mean widespread wind damage.Even though the winds will likely not be that... Read More.
PHILADELPHIA, Miss.--Hurricane Ida is expected to make landfall on the Louisiana coast, which will put the storm in central Mississippi late Sunday into early Monday, and possibly through Tuesday, depending on how fast she moves.A tropical storm warning stops right below central Mississippi counties.https://twitter.com/NWSJacksonMS/status/1431737715029065729?s=20You... Read More.
The East Central Community College campus and all offices will be closed Monday, August 30, due to the possibility of severe weather associated with Hurricane Ida. Classes will meet virtually. All events and activities are postponed. Students and employees should monitor Warrior Alert and... Read More.
GULFPORT, Miss.--Hurricane Ida is still headed for the Louisiana/Mississippi coasts after making landfall as a hurricane on the Isle of Youth. The storm had sustained winds Friday afternoon of over 75 mph, according to the National Hurricane Center.https://twitter.com/NHC_Atlantic/status/1431304747085037569?s=20People in Mississippi should be concerned about... Read More.
WASHINGTON--Mississippi's Republican lawmakers are criticizing Pres. Biden's actions on Afghanistan. Thursday two suicide bombings at the Kabul airport killed 13 American servicemen and about 60 Afghans."I have been speaking with current and former members of our military who still have contacts on the ground... Read More.
The MS Braces have cancelled games in an upcoming series due to COVID-19.The Braves made that announcement in a press release Thursday:"As we continue testing and contact tracing for members of our organization, we have postponed our games against the Pensacola Blue Wahoos through... Read More.
GULFPORT, Miss.--Tropical Storm Ida has formed in the Gulf of Mexico and its forecast track puts it on the Louisiana or Mississippi coast sometime between Sunday night and Tuesday. In central Mississippi, you can expect wind and rain and possibly power outages."It will become... Read More.
CARTHAGE, Miss.--Two more people in Leake County and one person in Neshoba County have died from coronavirus. Those deaths were reported in the past day along with 3,425 New cases.https://twitter.com/msdh/status/1430892216713584642?s=20You can get a vaccine in Carthage Sunday beginning at 1 at First Baptist Church.... Read More.
Don't forget to make your Kicks Picks before 6:00 pm on Friday.Make your pics for the best high school football games of the week and you could be in the running to win some great prizes.The weekly winner will take home a gift certificate... Read More.