Former Member of MBCI Tribal Council Headed to Prison

FROM THE U-S ATTORNEY'S OFFICE IN JACKSON:   A former tribal councilmember for the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians was sentenced to 84 months in prison for embezzlement, perjury, and suborning perjury, announced U.S. Attorney Darren J. LaMarca and Special Agent in Charge Jermicha Fomby... Read More.

Headed to Jackson? Before You Go….

President Biden has approved the governor's request for a federal disaster declaration because of Jackson's water crisis.  If you're going to the capital city this week, you should know that your favorite restaurant may be closed.   Or your doctor's appointment may have been moved... Read More.

Income Tax Cut Headed For Governor

The Mississippi Legislature has sent Governor Reeves the largest tax cut in state history.  The bill would trim the state income tax to a single four per cent bracket over a four-year period.  Mississippi currently has tax brackets of four and five per cent. ... Read More.

Supervisor D4, Constable on runoff ballot in Neshoba County

In local primary elections several races will be on the runoff ballot. Neshoba County will see three Republican runoff elections today: Tuesday, August 27.A Republican runoff election:Neshoba County Supervisor D4 – Kevin Wilcher  and Allen WhiteConstable Place 1 – Josh Burt  and Mark FlakeConstable... Read More.

Leake County three runoff elections on ballot

In local primary elections several races are on the runoff ballot. Leake County will see three runoff elections today: Tuesday, August 27.A Democratic runoff election will take place for:Leake County Supervisor D3 – Bulus Leflore Jr. 42%, Oliver Smith 47%A Republican runoff election will... Read More.