The Neshoba County Sheriff’s Office continues to work with the Mississippi Bureau of Investigations (MBI) regarding the death of an inmate at the Neshoba County Detention Facility Sunday night, August 21, 2022. Inmate Raymond Murrell, 50, of 78 Gibson Road, Union, Ms., died Sunday... Read More.
Amazon’s newest fulfillment center in Mississippi is set to open this summer, 18 months after the company announced the project.The Clarion Ledger reports the executive director of the Madison County Economic Development Authority confirmed Thursday that the facility would open July 18.The company already... Read More.
The Leake County Correctional Facility now offers Horticulture and animal Science Programs as educational programs for inmates at the facility Sheriff Randy Atkinson says that is all thanks to Vicki Ganann, MSU Leake County Extension Agent.Sheriff Atkinson and others at the Leake County Correctional... Read More.
The Pearl River CERF building ribbon cutting has been scheduled for tomorrow, April 22, at 10 AM at the Facility at 300 Industrial Road in Choctaw. An open house will be held on April 25, from 5-7 p.m.
The ribbon-cutting for the Tucker COVID/Emergency Relief Facility at 109 Old Tucker School Road was held Friday, April 8, 2022 at 2PM. The building will be primarily used for a community shelter, emergency response, and PPE storage for community distribution.Construction on the 5,655 square... Read More.
Governor Tate Reeves has signed HB1494 clearing the way for the re-opening of the Walnut Grove Correctional Facility. The legislation allowed the 1500 bed facility to be operated by the Mississippi Department of Corrections instead of a... Read More.
A worker was killed when a core chipper exploded Tuesday morning at Winston Plywood & Veneer in Louisville.Winston County Coroner Scott Gregory said there was an equipment malfunction and the chipper exploded.Gregory later identified the victim as Brandon Foster, 21. An autopsy is scheduled for... Read More.
U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississippi will be among those helping East Central Community College and its partners celebrate the college’s new Diesel Equipment Technology program and the opening of its new facility during ceremonies Friday, Aug. 23, at the former U.S. Motors Plant... Read More.