Monday Aug 18
Sid Salter: Musgrove's zeal over full funding hasn't waned
The push being spearheaded by former Gov. Ronnie Musgrove to gin up lawsuits against the state over the failure of the Mississippi Legislature to fully fund the Mississippi Adequate Education Program is one that is understandable if one simply read his Wikipedia entry on his political views on education.
Three Indicted in Death of Black Bear
Travis Butler, 28, of Meridian, Chester Brad Williams, 49, of Meridian, and David Lucas Wimberly, 34, of Quitman, were indicted by a federal grand jury in connection with a Jan. 4, 2014, incident.
Fiber Optics Has Arrived at Quitman Schools
Tuesday marks the first day back to school for students in Quitman. However, the kids won't be returning to the same school they left.
Clarke County Drowning Claims Young Boy's Life
Chief Deputy Barry White says it happened about 8:30 Saturday night at a home on Highway 513, just outside of Quitman.
C Spire adds home automation to service lineup
In another expansion of its service line beyond mobile telephones, C Spire says it will offer home automation services to areas where it's installing high-speed Internet lines.