Monthly Archives: July 2013

Chickasaw County couple sentenced for sale of counterfeit goods

Chickasaw County Couple Enters Guilty Pleas in Major Counterfeiting Scheme July 18, 2013 Contact: Jan Schaefer Public Information Officer jscha@ago.state.ms.us 601-359-2002 Jackson, MS ­ A Chickasaw County couple has pleaded guilty in court to selling counterfeit goods, announced Attorney General…

JPD seeking missing person

Mississippi Highway Patrol¹s Bureau of Investigation is issuing a Silver Alert for James Moore, 49, of Jackson. Mr. Moore was last seen at approximately 7:30 a.m. July 2nd at the LV Home Center on West Northside Drive. He is described…

FW: Critically endangered frogs housed at MSU

By Bonnie Coblentz MSU Ag Communications MISSISSIPPI STATE ­ Mississippi State University has joined the ranks of conservationists trying to increase the population of one of the most critically endangered species living in North America. Mississippi gopher frogs are native…

Waterfowl Breeding Populations Remain Strong in 2013

Waterfowl Breeding Populations Remain Strong in 2013 JACKSON – The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and Canadian Wildlife Service recently completed their annual waterfowl population surveys on the breeding grounds to monitor waterfowl populations and to help set hunting season…

4-H wildlife program inspires conservation

4-H wildlife program inspires conservation By Keri Collins Lewis MSU Ag Communications MISSISSIPPI STATE ­ A 4-H program created in the South is training the nation¹s next generation of responsible landowners, land managers and wildlife professionals. The Wildlife Habitat Education…

EC Day at the Neshoba County Fair

ECCC Day Set July 29 at Neshoba County Fair East Central Community College invites its many alumni, students and prospective students to attend ³EC Day² activities scheduled Monday, July 29 at the Neshoba County Fair.   Activities begin at 1…