Monthly Archives: June 2014

Nunnelee moved to The Johns Hopkins Hospital

> > NUNNELEE MOVED TO THE JOHNS HOPKINS HOSPITAL > > Washington, D.C. – This afternoon, Rep. Alan Nunnelee (R-Miss.) moved from TIRR Memorial Hermann in Houston, Texas to The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, Maryland. His speech and left…

MSU announces 2014 Men of Color Summit speakers

> > The presidents of three Mississippi higher learning institutions will speak in late summer at Mississippi State’s 2014 Men of Color Summit. > > The free, public lectures, panel discussion and other activities will take place at the university…

Black-eyed Susans offer summer-long blooming

> > > Black-eyed Susans offer > summer-long blooming > > By Gary R. Bachman > MSU Horticulturist > Coastal Research & Extension Center > > Some of the most familiar faces seen in Mississippi during the summer are found…

Governor Bryant Comments on Hobby Lobby Ruling

> > JACKSON—“I am very pleased the Supreme Court moved to uphold religious freedom today in its opinion in the Hobby Lobby case. Its decision confirms my position that our state did the right thing in enacting a state-level Religious…

Social media strategy is good for businesses

> > By Libby Durst > MSU Ag Communications > > STARKVILLE — Turn on the lights, ready the store and post an online update. Business owners are incorporating social media into their daily routines, and customers like it. >…

Wet, cold weather delays watermelons, blueberries

> > By Susan Collins-Smith > MSU Ag Communications > > JACKSON – Party planners may have a hard time finding Mississippi-grown watermelons and blueberries for July 4th celebrations this year. > > Unfavorable weather slowed maturity and increased disease…