Monthly Archives: June 2014

Local Youth are the Stars of the Show!

> > Starkville’s summer youth theater program, Project Play, gives students ages 5 – 18 the opportunity to express themselves through the world of drama. The program builds self-confidence and empowers young actors and actresses to aquire skills, explore their…

Have a Back-up Plan and Register by June 30

> JACKSON, Miss. – If you sustained damage from the April 28 through May 3 severe storms, tornadoes and flooding, your insurance settlement may not cover all of your expenses. The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, the Federal Emergency Management Agency…

IRS scam Still Going

> Even though tax season is over, that has not stopped scammers from continuing to pose as IRS officials and making calls threatening jail, deportation and loss of property. Calls have been made to individuals across the country, including the…

EMEPA warns of potential scams

> East Mississippi Electric Power Association reminds members to be cautious of potential scam artists posing as EMEPA employees. > > Members throughout EMEPA’s service area have reported calls from someone with a foreign accent claiming to work for EMEPA…

Defying the Odds: Jeremy Massie

> > The ultimate storybook ending for Sardis native Jeremy Massie culminated in Omaha, Neb., on June 21 on college baseball’s biggest stage. > > Massie ended his Ole Miss career with a shutout inning in a postponed game against…

Mid-Morning Party Primary Runoff Election Update

> As of 10:00 am, the Secretary of State’s Office reports the Election proceeding smoothly. No wait times have been reported. The Agency has received 136 phone calls concerning today’s Election. > > Most of the calls received by the…