Monthly Archives: September 2015

Grain sorghum growers practice lessons learned

> > By Linda Breazeale > MSU Ag Communications > > STARKVILLE, Miss. — After causing significant challenges in 2014, sugarcane aphids did not catch Mississippi’s grain sorghum growers by surprise this year. > > “We are not sure if…

East Central Falls to No. 1 Co-Lin 31-28

> A furious four-quarter comeback by the East Central Community College Warriors fell short as the No. 1 ranked Copiah-Lincoln Wolfpack escaped Bailey Stadium on the Decatur campus Thursday, Sept. 24, with a hard-fought 31-28 Mississippi Association of Community and…

Kemper County Lake Fishing Rodeo

> JACKSON –Youth 15 years and younger are invited to a youth fishing rodeo at Kemper County Lake beginning at 7 a.m. Saturday, October 3. The free event is hosted by the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks (MDWFP).…

Deer app shares MSU expertise with hunters

> > By Sarah Buckleitner > MSU Forest and Wildlife Research Center > > STARKVILLE, Miss. — Hunters can go into the woods armed with the knowledge of Mississippi State University deer experts, thanks to a newly updated MSU phone…

MDOT Supports National Preparedness Month (PHOTO ATTACHED)

> JACKSON, MISS. – To Mississippians, extreme weather is a fairly common occurrence. Whether it is tornadoes, hurricanes, winter weather or power outages, most Mississippians are impacted every year by some sort of weather event. The National Highway Institute (NHI)…