Friday Jun 13
Mississippi Business Journal
Copiah Water Association gains $399,405 infrastructure grant
The U.S. Commerce Department's Economic Development Administration today announced a $399,405 grant to Copiah Water Association Inc. of Gallman to help build critical water infrastructure to support the construction of a new, job-creating hospital and spur other commercial and industrial development in Hazlehurst.
Walt's Look Around: Mississippi Music Museum
Tonight, we're hitting a museum, but it's not the kind of museum where you have to be quiet and keep your hands behind your back.
Rolling Fork murder suspect arrested
A Hazlehurst man accused of murder in Rolling Fork and shooting at Hazlehurst police was held in the Warren County Jail this morning.
Hazlehurst manhunt over for murder suspect
A manhunt for a suspected killer ended Monday night in Copiah County with the capture of Brandon Gilmore, police said.
Sisters help stop burning bus, evacuate kids
Beth Insley and Bettye Windom are used to helping out in emergencies, but the sisters are still getting used to nationwide media attention after their efforts to stop a burning school bus.