Wednesday Apr 16
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Crew livens up Homemaker meeting with tasty cooking demo
Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers hosted a Northwest Delta Area Spring Educational meeting on Tuesday.
Annexation lawsuit comes alive again
The suit to annex portions of the county began in March 2012, but for the better part of last year, that lawsuit was on pause because in November 2012, the Town of Lyon filed a motion urging the court to toss out Clarksdale's current annexation bid because, Lyon's attorneys argued, a 1989 annexation error called into question Clarksdale's present ... (more)
MEMA reports storm damage, 2 injuries
The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency has received reports of two injuries and storm damage in eight counties as a result of the severe weather that is moving through the state.
Pact to promote minority business
The U.S. Small Business Administration and Coahoma Community College will enter an agreement to include the two-year school in SBA's initiative to provide entrepreneurial opportunity for Historically Black Colleges and Universities and support minority-owned businesses.
Mississippi Business Journal
Family farmers to gather in Capital City for conference
Dr. Valmadge T. Towner, president of Coahoma Community College and superintendent of the Agricultural High School, Coahoma, Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce Cindy-Hyde Smith and Dr. Raygene Paige, retired assistant director for Mississippi State University Extension Service, will serve as keynote speakers for the 23rd annual Small Farmers ... (more)