JACKSON – Hay producers need warmer temperatures and drier ground to catch up with production this spring.
“Everything is shaping up to be late with all the wet, cool weather we’ve had,” said Charlie … Read more
MISSISSIPPI STATE — Soybeans have been an important commodity in Mississippi for more than 50 years, but recent advances have pushed the crop’s value above $1 billion.
Mississippi soybeans had a value of $267 … Read more
Winston Medical Center is proud to announce that Dustin Gentry, M.D. will be joining the medical staff of Winston Medical Center this August. He will treat patients of all ages in the clinic, hospital, and the nursing … Read more
On April 10, Choctaw County third graders were treated to a performance of the Watershed Harmony Environmental Puppet Theater. The children participated in this event as they helped Cherie Schadler and her team (Bayou Town Productions) learn … Read more
The Wounded Warrior Project 5K on March 29, sponsored by the Ackerman Twentieth Century Club, was a huge success.
The women of GFWC Ackerman Twentieth Century Club would like to thank our donors, volunteers, … Read more
On Saturday, May 10, residents across America will be asked to join the U.S. Postal Service and its delivery carriers to combat one of this nation’s growing problems — hunger, by leaving food at their mailboxes. This year is the … Read more
During April 1864, there was quite a bit of action taking place in Arkansas. In mid-April, a government was inaugurated at the Arkansas state capital that supported the Union.
The fighting during April was part of … Read more
MISSISSIPPI STATE — Mississippi might not have been ranked the healthiest or the wealthiest state in 2013, but if there were a ranking for water resources, Mississippi would be near the top of the … Read more