Commissioner of Insurance and State Fire Marshal Mike Chaney wants everyone using a fireplace, gas heater, or wood burning stove for warmth to use extreme caution. As state temperatures remain below the freezing mark and lows are expected to break … Read more
Submitted by C.J. Johnson
This history of the Army of 10,000 comes from Dunbar Rowland’s “Military History of Mississippi, 1803-1898;” company listings courtesy of H. Grady Howell’s “For Dixie Land, I’ll Take My Stand.”
“September 28, 1861, Governor Pettus … Read more
Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.
Operas are an important part of our culture. “Another Opening, Another Show” by Tom Markus and Linda Sarver points out that opera was born in the Renaissance when the Florentine … Read more
Jackson – As the temperature falls to sub-freezing levels in Mississippi, the risk of someone dying in a fire increases significantly. Careless or improper use of heating sources continues to be a leading cause of fire deaths in the state. … Read more
By Press Reports
Mississippi State G. V. “Sonny” Montgomery Leadership Program recently named 45 spring 2014 fellows.
Kyle Henson, of Ackerman, a junior international business major is one of those 45.
The three-semester program is designed for MSU students … Read more
By Linda Breazeale
MSU Ag Communications
MISSISSIPPI STATE — Mississippi’s top two agricultural commodities — poultry and forestry — maintained their strength in 2013, but most agronomic crop values took a hit from significantly lower prices than those earned … Read more