Equine lessons continue at MSU horse auction

> > > MISSISSIPPI STATE — Most Mississippi State University horses arrive on campus in the spring educating students about the foaling process and leave in November teaching them about auctions. > > The annual horse sale will take place…

Mars Food North America Expanding in Greenville, Miss.

> > JACKSON –Gov. Phil Bryant and Apu Mody, President, Mars Food North America, which produces UNCLE BEN’S® and SEEDS OF CHANGE® products, announced today that the company is expanding operations at its manufacturing facility in Greenville. The project represents…

Remembering Freedom Summer’ honors activism, courage

> > > STARKVILLE, Miss.–Beatings, jail, and/or death were the dangers awaiting visiting volunteers and local residents who participated in the 1964 Mississippi Summer Project, known today as Freedom Summer. > > Fifty years after more than 900 volunteers came…

Epps Corrects Misinformation about New Law

> Jackson – A new criminal justice reform law that took effect July 1 is not ensuring more people stay in prison, Mississippi Department of Corrections Commissioner Christopher B. Epps said. > > The reforms included in House Bill 585…

National School Bus Safety Week

> JACKSON, MISS. – Imagine a world with less traffic, cleaner air, and more affordable transportation. These are just some of the benefits that riding the school bus and walking to school provide. While walking is one of the healthiest…

EC Soccer Teams Fall in Recent Matchups

> The East Central Community College women’s soccer team experienced a rare loss after falling to Hinds Community College 3-0 Friday, Oct. 17 at Bailey Stadium on the Decatur campus. > The playoff-bound Lady Soccer Warriors are now 12-2-1 overall…