Monthly Archives: June 2015

MS Dems Statement on King v. Burwell

> l > > JACKSON, MS – Today, Mississippi Democratic Party Chair Rickey Cole issued the following response to the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision on the Affordable Care Act: > > “The U.S. Supreme Court decision announced today allows over…

MDOT Offers Summer Road Trip Tips (PHOTO ATTACHED)

> > JACKSON, MISS.—Mississippi summertime is in full swing, and with families preparing to travel for summer vacation, the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) would like to offer some helpful tips to road-trippers everywhere. > > After you have thoroughly…

MSU designated geospatial center of academic excellence

> > > STARKVILLE, Miss.–Federal officials have affirmed Mississippi’s flagship research university as one of the nation’s leading institutions for geospatial sciences instruction and research. > > The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) and the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) have designated…

ECCC Again Leads State in Transfer GPA

> ECCC Transfer Students Again Earn Highest GPA at Four-Year Institutions > > DECATUR, Miss.—For the second straight year, students who transferred from East Central Community College to four-year institutions earned the highest cumulative grade point average (GPA) of all…

Watermelons available for July 4 celebrations

> > > By Linda Breazeale > MSU Ag Communications > > LUCEDALE, Miss. — Mississippi watermelon growers battled frequent rains to get their crops planted and ready in time for the Fourth of July and other summer celebrations. >…