Monthly Archives: September 2012

MSU shares catfish expertise in Nigeria

MSU shares catfish expertise in Nigeria By Bonnie Coblentz MSU Ag Communications MISSISSIPPI STATE ­ Commercially grown catfish in North America or Africa face similar challenges, a fact that sent one Mississippi State University veterinarian on a training mission to…

MDOT lane closures in Lowdnes

MDOT lane closures in Lowdnes The Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) would like to inform motorists of some upcoming lane closures in Lowndes County.   Due to repairs being performed on the Old West Point Road Bridge, crews are intermittently…

MDWFP Reminds Hunters About Tree Stand Safety

MDWFP Reminds Hunters About Tree Stand Safety Many Mississippians are looking forward to the opening of deer archery seasons during October. During this time of year, many hunters are making final preparations for the upcoming hunting season, including placing and…

Mississippi State Penitentiary Inmate Still At Large

Mississippi State Penitentiary Inmate Still At Large Parchman – Mississippi State Penitentiary inmate MICHAEL DOWDA, MDOC #R7390, is still at large. The Mississippi Department of Corrections’ Corrections Investigation Division along with the U. S. Marshal’s Service are searching for DOWDA,…

Attorney General delivers $35 million to legislature

Attorney General delivers $35 million to legislature Attorney General Jim Hood today delivered a check to lawmakers for over $35 million in monies recovered by his office.   “Through our office’s hard work in the past several months, we are…

AT&T Hiring for Positions in Mississippi

AT&T Hiring for Positions in Mississippi Company hiring more than 55 positions in Jackson and Ocean Springs JACKSON, MS (September 14, 2012) – AT&T* today said it is seeking applicants for more than 55 positions in Mississippi. Jobs available include…