STARKVILLE, Miss. – Chemical companies have added a new bee hazard icon on labels of certain insecticides to protect pollinators from chemicals hazardous to their health.
Blake Layton, an entomologist with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, said the icon … Read more
The Sting of Rejection
By Lisa Harris
Well after two years and eight months I got the shaft from the Starkville Daily News. They are “revamping” their Lifestyles section and will no longer have a place for my submissions. Good … Read more
Written By: Pamela Redwine, MSU Extension Service
Submitted By: Juli Hughes, County Coordinator/Family & Consumer Science Agent/4-H
Mississippi State University Extension Service – Choctaw County
I often get calls from clients wanting to know if they really have to blanch … Read more
From school reports
The Jeff Koonz Coach’s Show returns for its second year at Sombra Mexican Kitchen in Ridgeland. It airs at 7 p.m.
This week’s show, which aired Monday, featured Koonz, the Holmes Community College head football coach, several … Read more
By Austin Bishop
The Lady Panthers of French Camp Academy are hoping to build off a promising performance in the Kosciusko Classic when they face a pair of foes in slow-pitch softball action this week.
FCA dropped a … Read more
STARKVILLE, Miss.–Racial residential segregation in the United States is changing its form.
A new study co-authored by Mississippi State sociology professor Domenico “Mimmo” Parisi finds that, while neighborhood segregation declined between 1990-2010, segregation between suburbs and suburbs and central cities … Read more
By Jacob Threadgill, The Clarion-Ledger
In effort to highlight the state’s rich literary legacy and combat its ranking among the lowest in youth literary rates, leaders announced the first Mississippi Book Festival will be held August 22.
The free event … Read more
By Austin Bishop
Winston County Journal
SCOOBA — You won’t hear East Mississippi Community College head football coach Buddy Stephens utter the words “defending champions” very often.
The veteran coach, entering his eighth season at EMCC, says what’s in the … Read more
From press reports
Mississippi (August 13, 2015) Consumers throughout the state have been reporting scammers calling looking for ways to steal your money or identity. Calls have covered everything from government agencies such as IRS, Social Security, and local sheriff’s … Read more
This just doesn’t seem right
By Charlie Dunagin
Editor McComb Enterprise Journal
You’d think the state auditor’s office would have more pressing business than harassing former Waveland police officers who lost their weapons in Hurricane Katrina and had them replaced … Read more