Monthly Archives: September 2014

Put cleanliness first when processing deer

> > By Brittany Jacks > MSU Ag Communications > > MISSISSIPPI STATE — In Mississippi, more than 200,000 deer are harvested each year, providing families with a source of free-range meat. However, hunters must exercise care when processing deer…

Squirrel Season Opens October 1

> JACKSON – The 2014 – 2015 Mississippi squirrel hunting season opens soon. Squirrel hunting is a great way to spend time with family and introduce new hunters to the outdoors. Squirrel hunters will notice some changes to the season…

ECCC Second Short Term Class Offerings

> Registration Continues for ECCC’s Second ‘Short Term’ > DECATUR – Registration is under way for Intensive Term Two classes offered by East Central Community College during the 2014 fall semester. > Traditional course offerings and class locations include Intermediate…

Nicolson Joins ECCC Nursing Faculty

> Valerie Goss Nicholson of Philadelphia is a recent addition to the nursing faculty at East Central Community College in Decatur, announced ECCC President Dr. Billy Stewart. > Prior to beginning fulltime employment on August 14, 2014, Nicholson served part-time…

ZZ Top concert rescheduled for April 10

> > STARKVILLE, Miss.–Because of a hip injury suffered recently by bassist Dusty Hill, Mississippi State is announcing a rescheduling of the ZZ Top concert originally scheduled for Oct. 30. > > The rock supergroup’s performance now will take place…

MSU team earns gold preparing for disasters

> > > MISSISSIPPI STATE — They are not students and do not compete on a field, court or track, but Mississippi State University has a team with Olympic-sized skills that will come in handy after a disaster. > >…

ECCC Offers Workforce Training Classes in Carthage

> ECCC Announces Workforce Training Offerings in Carthage > Several workforce training classes are offered this fall at East Central Community College’s Career Advancement Center located in Carthage. > An eight-week AC/DC-Electrical course begins at 6 p.m. Monday, Sept. 29.…

Mail Solicitation targets MS Business

> Jackson, Miss.—The Secretary of State’s Office has received numerous complaints regarding a company called “Annual Business Services,” which is soliciting businesses across the State. In another mass mailout to businesses statewide, Annual Business Services requests businesses to provide sensitive…