Mississippi Newswire (Page 6)

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  1. First ever doubleheader at Biloxi's MGM Park set for Friday nightRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 10, 2015 | The Mississippi Press

    In a year of history making events for minor league baseball in South Mississippi, another milestone is set for Friday. The first ever doubleheader to take place at MGM Park in Biloxi is scheduled for today, as the Biloxi Shuckers take on the Jackson Generals.

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  2. Try Something NewRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Grand Junction Sentinel

    ... so the new states could continue that effort without having to wait for statehood. Yet in States east of the Mississippi that promise was kept, and in nearly every western State it was not. That created a convoluted checkerboard of land ownership ...

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  3. Continue ReadingRead the original story

    Yesterday | New Albany Gazette

    The Mississippi Transportation Commission approved the Mississippi Department of Transportation awarding grants to regional and municipal airports across the state for maintenance and improvement projects. "Local airports are vital to the economy of a rural state like Mississippi," said Transportation Commissioners Dick Hall, Tom King and Mike Tagert in a joint statement by the MTC.

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  4. FDSH graduate Schuur recognizedRead the original story

    Yesterday | The Messenger

    ... His career coaching record was 1,052-251, including 1,020-211 at Muscatine. Schuur guided the Muskies to 14 Mississippi Athletic Conference titles and 12 state tournament trips. His 1989 and 2000 teams won state championships. Schuur was a 14-time ...

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  5. Politicians make their final pitches at Neshoba County FairRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WDAM-TV Hattiesburg

    ... unclaimed property fund," noted McRae. "She's sitting on $31 million that she needs to give back to the state of Mississippi. To the people it's owed to." "Over $41 million have been given back to the rightful owners," Fitch explained. "That's ...

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  6. Family, friends recall 'magnetic' ex-Venom playerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Amarillo.com

    ... member," Amber said. "I think that is why we've seen so much support in the community, not only here but in Mississippi because he was a great person, and that is why I loved him." Evans made his way to the Texas Panhandle thanks to former West ...

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  7. Canoes, kayaks and sailboats stage 'boat ballet' FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Star Tribune

    Gallery: Two lines of kayaks crossed paths by paddling past each other during the during a rehearsal for the Mississippi River Boat Ballet on the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minn., on Wednesday, July 29, 2015. Gallery: Director Patrick Scully used a walkie talkie to communicate with the boaters on the river during a rehearsal for the Mississippi River Boat Ballet on the Mississippi River in Minneapolis, Minn., on Wednesday, July 29, 2015.

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  8. Bill in support of ocean monitoring introducedRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WDAM-TV Hattiesburg

    ... helps improve weather forecasting, energy siting and production, and marine navigation safety," Wicker said. "Mississippi's Gulf Coast particularly benefits from the network's important collection of coastal hazards and fisheries data. My bill would ...

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  9. Blue moon on Thursday night into Friday morningRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WLOX-TV Biloxi

    ... 40 minutes before sunset. It sets Friday morning around 6:25am. The WLOX Weather Team will inform you of South Mississippi's forecast on-air, online, and using social media tools like Facebook and Twitter. You can like us on Facebook: Carrie Duncan ...

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  10. What Happened To Rex Henry In A Philadelphia, Mississippi Jail Cell?Read the original story

    Yesterday | Seeing the Forest

    Rexdale Wayne Henry, a Mississippi Choctaw Native American activist, was arrested on July 9 for failing to pay an old traffic fine. He was found dead in his Philadelphia, Mississippi jail cell on July 14. What happened? Sources say Rex Henry was running for tribal council, trying to get casino money used for things like schools, housing, elder care, language revitalization, and jobs training.

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  11. In his own words: Stephen ThompsonRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WAPT-TV Jackson

    ... A LIVING WAGE AS YOUR SENATOR I WILL SPONSOR LEGISLATION THAT HELPS TO BRING COMPANIES WILLING TO DO BUSINESS IN MISSISSIPPI AND ALSO WILLING TO LOCATE WITHIN OUR DISTRICT. AS YOUR SENATOR I WILL WORK TO STRENGTHEN OUR EDUCATIONAL SYSTEM TO PRODUCE ...

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  12. Yazoo City chef on Food NetworkRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WAPT-TV Jackson

    ... COOKING CONTESTS SINCE 1989. THE YAZOO CITY NATIVE HAS COOKED BAR B-Q AT THE BIG APPLE BLOCK PARTY, AND FOR THE MISSISSIPPI PICNIC IN NEW YORK CITY. LESLIE SAYS HER WHOLE MOTIVATION FOR DOING THIS IS SHE HOPES SHE CAN INTEREST PEOPLE IN COMING TO ...

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  13. Burke's partners with Boys & Girls Club for clothing driveRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Newms360.com

    Burkes Outlet of Tupelo has entered a special partnership with the Boys & Girls Clubs of North Mississippi to help provide back to school clothes for 50 Tupelo club members. While shopping at Burkes, customers can choose to adopt a Boys & Girls Club angel and purchase items from their list which consist of tops, bottoms, shoes and undergarments.

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  14. House Speaker Gunn faces opponents at fairRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | WAPT-TV Jackson

    Thursday was the last day for political speeches at the Neshoba County fair, but there was no shortage of voters voicing their opinions when House Speaker Phillip Gunn gave his speech. A crowd of Mississippi flag supporters stood in silence while holding up signs that read, "keep the flag, change the speaker."

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  15. Death row inmate asks for new trial in child's deathRead the original story

    Thursday | WLOX-TV Biloxi

    In April, the Mississippi Supreme Court ruled Havard could file a motion for a new trial on the limited and now-disputed issue of Shaken Baby Syndrome. An Adams County judge will determine if Havard's argument has any validity.

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  16. Mississippi Woman Accused of Trying to Sell Unborn BabyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday | WTVC

    A Tupelo woman is jailed for trying to sell her unborn baby. Tupelo police posted on their Facebook page that 31-year-old Kathryn Herring is charged with offering to sell unborn baby.

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  17. Former South Mississippi prep standout, LSU star JaCoby Jones involved in MLB tradeRead the original story w/Photo

    Jun 8, 2013 | The Mississippi Press

    The annual flurry of action that surrounds the Major League Baseball trade deadline has captured the attention of a former South Mississippi prep standout. The Detroit Tigers sent closer Joakim Sori to the Pittsburgh Pirates late Thursday afternoon for shortstop/center fielder JaCoby Jones, a 23-year-old, third-round pick out of LSU in the 2013 MLB Draft.

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  18. Overdue Foster Care Reform Coming SoonRead the original story

    Thursday | AltWeeklies

    Gov. Phil Bryant has started advocating for a Children's Cabinet to help run the state's foster-care system since his administration was forced to act on a seven-year lawsuit. The Jackson Free Press is Jackson's smart alternative, covering news, culture and politics for Mississippi's capital city.

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  19. 'Hand-in-hand': Poverty + Education Keep State in Last PlaceRead the original story

    Thursday | AltWeeklies

    Dr. Margaret Hagerman, a sociology professor at Mississippi State University, has researched how children perceive and understand wealth and inequality, and the results are insightful. The largest outcome of her study? Kids are aware that race, class and inequality exist.

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  20. Family Spokesman: Rexdale Henry's Fines Shouldn't Have Led to DeathRead the original story

    Thursday | AltWeeklies

    John Steele, a spokesman for the family of Rexdale Henry, who was found dead inside the Neshoba County Jail on July 14, said the family is awaiting the results of two autopsies to know more about how the 53-year-old Choctaw man died. The Jackson Free Press is Jackson's smart alternative, covering news, culture and politics for Mississippi's capital city.

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