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  • PRESS RELEASE Air Methods Corp., the U.S. largest operator of helicopters for emergency air medical transport services, has placed an order with American Eurocopter Corp. for 22 new helicopters valued […]

    Eurocopter Gets New Contract

    PRESS RELEASE Air Methods Corp., the U.S. largest operator of helicopters for emergency air medical transport services, has placed an order with American Eurocopter Corp. for 22 new helicopters valued […]
  • By RICARDO ZALDIVAR Associated Press WASHINGTON — They may not agree on much else, but there’s a change to Medicare that President Barack Obama and Republicans both support: Expand a […]

    Medicare Changes Worry Seniors

    By RICARDO ZALDIVAR Associated Press WASHINGTON — They may not agree on much else, but there’s a change to Medicare that President Barack Obama and Republicans both support: Expand a […]
  • PRESS RELEASE SMITHVILLE, Miss. — At the Town of Smithville’s Employee Recognition dinner, Mayor Gregg Kennedy announced his intentions to run for re-election. As a result of the EF5 tornado […]

    Smithville’s Kennedy to Run Again

    PRESS RELEASE SMITHVILLE, Miss. — At the Town of Smithville’s Employee Recognition dinner, Mayor Gregg Kennedy announced his intentions to run for re-election. As a result of the EF5 tornado […]
  • PRESS RELEASE NETTLETON, Miss. — Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley announced that the Public Service Commission yesterday unanimously approved the first in a series of filings with the Federal Communications […]

    PSC Begins Push for Improved Cell Service

    PRESS RELEASE NETTLETON, Miss. — Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley announced that the Public Service Commission yesterday unanimously approved the first in a series of filings with the Federal Communications […]
  • STARKVILLE, Miss.– A Mississippi State University researcher is part of an international team that has described the first “gold-standard” genome sequence for cotton. Published in the Dec. 20 issue of […]

    MSU Researcher Published in ‘Nature’

    STARKVILLE, Miss.– A Mississippi State University researcher is part of an international team that has described the first “gold-standard” genome sequence for cotton. Published in the Dec. 20 issue of […]
  • STARKVILLE, Miss.–As faithful Mississippi State University football fans prepare for the Bulldogs’ third consecutive post-season bowl game, many are headed to the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla. The Jan. […]

    Gator Bowl Fan Info Released

    STARKVILLE, Miss.–As faithful Mississippi State University football fans prepare for the Bulldogs’ third consecutive post-season bowl game, many are headed to the TaxSlayer.com Gator Bowl in Jacksonville, Fla. The Jan. […]
  • JACKSON – Enough vegetables, including broccoli, mustard and turnip greens, are being harvested now at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman to feed the 12,000-plus offenders in the three main […]

    Harvests Paying Off for State Prisons

    JACKSON – Enough vegetables, including broccoli, mustard and turnip greens, are being harvested now at the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman to feed the 12,000-plus offenders in the three main […]
  • WEST POINT, Miss. (WCBI) — Drivers in West Point soon will be greeted by a new message when they travel on busy Highway 45 Alternate. And city officials hope it’s […]

    West Point Market Efforts Pick Up Steam

    WEST POINT, Miss. (WCBI) — Drivers in West Point soon will be greeted by a new message when they travel on busy Highway 45 Alternate. And city officials hope it’s […]
  • The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality(MDEQ) has awarded the Three Rivers Solid Waste Management Authority a solid waste assistance grant of $60,000 that will be used for household hazardous waste […]

    3 Rivers Gets Waste Collection Grant

    The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality(MDEQ) has awarded the Three Rivers Solid Waste Management Authority a solid waste assistance grant of $60,000 that will be used for household hazardous waste […]
  • GOLDEN TRIANGLE, Miss. (WCBI)-Hundreds of business owners from Clay, Lowndes, and Oktibbeha County gathered together at the LINK Luncheon. The event was hosted by East Mississippi Community College where folks […]

    LINK Luncheon at East Mississippi Community College

    GOLDEN TRIANGLE, Miss. (WCBI)-Hundreds of business owners from Clay, Lowndes, and Oktibbeha County gathered together at the LINK Luncheon. The event was hosted by East Mississippi Community College where folks […]
  • STARKVILLE, Miss. –Future economic growth and new jobs will come from advances in science and engineering, according to a recent study by the National Research Council. Mississippi State and major […]

    Reports Detail MSU’s Economic Development Role

    STARKVILLE, Miss. –Future economic growth and new jobs will come from advances in science and engineering, according to a recent study by the National Research Council. Mississippi State and major […]
  • LOUISVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) — The community-owned grocery store may be a fading part of the retail landscape but one North Mississippi company is keeping it alive. The Triple V company […]

    Video: Company Keeps Family Grocery Alive

    LOUISVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) — The community-owned grocery store may be a fading part of the retail landscape but one North Mississippi company is keeping it alive. The Triple V company […]
  • TUPELO, Miss. — As the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) continues to provide a safe, efficient and sustainable intermodal transportation network for the traveling public, below is a list of […]

    State Updates Road Progress in North Mississippi

    TUPELO, Miss. — As the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) continues to provide a safe, efficient and sustainable intermodal transportation network for the traveling public, below is a list of […]
  • COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – Columbus is officially looking for a new financial officer. The city council officially accepted Chief Financial Officer Mike Bernsen’s resignation during Tuesday’s (12/18) meeting. But the […]

    Video: Columbus Looking For A New Financial Officer

    COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – Columbus is officially looking for a new financial officer. The city council officially accepted Chief Financial Officer Mike Bernsen’s resignation during Tuesday’s (12/18) meeting. But the […]
  • COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – A Columbus neighborhood soon could see some relief and some of the city’s most-pressing equipment needs will be met. The City Council approved borrowing up to $1.2 million from […]

    Video: $1.2 Million Loan Approved

    COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) – A Columbus neighborhood soon could see some relief and some of the city’s most-pressing equipment needs will be met. The City Council approved borrowing up to $1.2 million from […]
  • STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) – Starkville aldermen narrowly reject an effort to reverse course on an $8 million partnership that could lead to a new police department and city hall. By a […]

    Video: Starkville Aldermen Reject Call for Reversal of City’s Building Plans

    STARKVILLE, Miss. (WCBI) – Starkville aldermen narrowly reject an effort to reverse course on an $8 million partnership that could lead to a new police department and city hall. By a […]
  • by Michaela Morris/NEMS Daily Journal TUPELO – The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved redrawn Tupelo ward lines. The city’s next step will be updating voters on how the changes […]

    Tupelo Approves New Ward Lines

    by Michaela Morris/NEMS Daily Journal TUPELO – The City Council on Tuesday unanimously approved redrawn Tupelo ward lines. The city’s next step will be updating voters on how the changes […]
  • TUPELO, Miss. (WCBI) – Tupelo’s booming tennis community soon will have more room to grow. The city council is expected to award a $544,000 contract to Worsham Brothers of Corinth […]

    Video: New Tennis Courts To Be Approved in Tupelo

    TUPELO, Miss. (WCBI) – Tupelo’s booming tennis community soon will have more room to grow. The city council is expected to award a $544,000 contract to Worsham Brothers of Corinth […]
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    In defense of civilian employers.
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    Video: MSU Athletes Ring The Bell

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  • By The Associated Press CORINTH — Package stores and by-the-drink sales in restaurants will be regulated in Corinth’s proposed liquor ordinance. The Daily Corinthian reports that the board of aldermen […]

    Video: Corinth Passes Draft Liquor Ordinance

    By The Associated Press CORINTH — Package stores and by-the-drink sales in restaurants will be regulated in Corinth’s proposed liquor ordinance. The Daily Corinthian reports that the board of aldermen […]
  • COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) — A large hole in Columbus largest shopping center is about to be filled. Sears Home Store and Ross Dress for Less are moving into the former […]

    Video: Sears Home Store, Ross Dress for Less Coming

    COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) — A large hole in Columbus largest shopping center is about to be filled. Sears Home Store and Ross Dress for Less are moving into the former […]
  • By Jeff Amy/The Associated Press JACKSON — Mississippi Power Co.’s $2.8 billion Kemper County power plant is one step closer to legal clearance. Company spokesman Jeff Shepard tells The Associated […]

    Judge Rejects Challenge to Kemper Power Plant

    By Jeff Amy/The Associated Press JACKSON — Mississippi Power Co.’s $2.8 billion Kemper County power plant is one step closer to legal clearance. Company spokesman Jeff Shepard tells The Associated […]
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