4-H meets 4-County

A hot line safety demonstration was provided by three 4-County linemen. (Above) Laura Revel and Nadia McKinley with the 4-County employees.

From press reports

A group of over 50 Mississippi 4-H high school leaders received a lesson in Cooperative 101 July 22 at the 4-County Electric Power Association Corporate Center.

The cooperative hosted the group, comprised of first place winners in … Read more

Know the offices voters are electing

One of the governor’s duties is signing bills into law.

From press & staff reports

Historically, the role of counties has been to serve as an administrative arm of the state – maintaining records, providing courts and law enforcement, building roads, assessing property and collecting taxes, and conducting elections. Counties … Read more

Each ballot cast is important

From press & staff reports

It’s Election Day. Do you know where your vote is? If you’re keeping it in your back pocket, you may be doing something yourself and those around you a civic disservice.

As the Democratic and … Read more

Primary election process explained

People putting political symbols in box

From press reports

Party candidates are nominated during party primary elections. Voters cast ballots in the party primary of their choice.

If no candidate receives a majority of the votes, a runoff, or second primary, is held between the two … Read more

Local elections have the greatest impact

Simpson community Fire House recently held a political speaking with many of the county candidates speaking on the importance of voting.
(Above) Dr. Nola Bryant speaks
Photo provided by by Destry D. Haynes

From press & staff reports

The presidential election isn’t the only one you should be fired up to influence at the ballot box. In fact, your local representatives, supervisors, sheriffs, circuit clerk, and chancery clerk have more day-to-day impact on … Read more

Democratic, Republican primaries Tuesday

From staff reports

The Democratic and Republican party primaries in the 2015 elections will be Aug. 4, when polls will be open from 7 a.m.-7 p.m.

Voters on Aug. 4 will have to decide whether they will vote in either … Read more