Monthly Archives: September 2012

New discoveries hatching, on exhibit at MSU

The dinosaur laid her eggs in well-ordered rows on the high ground adjacent to the river while volcanoes exploded in the distance and ash wafted in the breeze. The herbivorous hadrosaur could not know the river would flood and her…

OCH Regional Medical Center Adds New Surgeon to Team

OCH Regional Medical Center Adds New Surgeon to Team OCH Regional Medical Center recently expanded its surgical staff to better serve its patients.         Daniel H. Smith, MD, practices in association with OCH General Surgery Associates and Center for Breast Health…

Mississippi Squirrel Seasons Coming Soon

Mississippi Squirrel Seasons Coming Soon With the first hint of cooler fall weather, many Mississippi hunters begin thinking about getting into the woods and hunting squirrels. Squirrel hunting is a great way to spend time with family or introduce youth…

Naval Academy Midshipman flies with Hurricane Hunters

Naval Academy Midshipman flies with Hurricane Hunters By Cmdr. Beth Sanabia, Naval Academy Oceanography Dept.   As Tropical Storm Ernesto churned westward through the Caribbean in early August, five Naval Academy midshipmen, including Midshipman 1st Class (senior) Mary Cox, 21,…

JPD officer arrested on bribery charges

JPD officer arrested on bribery charges A Jackson police officer has been arrested and now faces charges of accepting a bribe, confirmed Attorney General Jim Hood today.   Richard McGahee, 43, of Clinton has been indicted by a Hinds County…