Todd Gee appointment approved by Senate
Gee will assume office of U.S. State Attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi, expected to take up federal welfare misspending case A long standing appointment to the office of United State Attorney for the Southern District of Mississippi was confirmed today. According to a release from the United Senate Committee on the Judiciary, the…
Federal judge blocks Biden’s federal contractor $15 minimum wage executive order
Mississippi, Texas and Louisiana sued last year, challenging the President's executive order that raised the minimum wage for federal contractors. A federal judge in Texas said the issue should be left up to Congress.
Absentee voting now available ahead of Mississippi’s November General Election
In-person and mail-in absentee ballots are now available through county circuit clerk’s offices across the state. In just under six weeks, voters will head to the polls to cast their ballot for state, legislative and county offices, from the Governor all the way down to their local county officials, in Mississippi’s 2023 statewide General Election.…
MHA parts ways with President & CEO Moore
The Mississippi Hospital Association and its outgoing President Tim Moore have been under scrutiny for months following the terminations of membership by a number of hospital systems. MHA's donation to Democratic gubernatorial candidate Presley has also been a point of contention.
Long Beach Middle’s house system gives students unique life lessons
Reeves announces reimbursement reform initiatives to Medicaid
Why businesses should support a Citizens Police Academy
Tombigbee Fiber brings Wi-Fi to 9 North Mississippi football fields