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‘Promote The Vote’ Contest

Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann visits THS government class, talking about contest to mark Mississippi's bicentennial.
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Alabama Residents React To Allegations Against Moore

Moore will face Democrat Doug Jones in the special election December 12th.
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Taylor and OCH Big Winners in Tuesday Special Election

Taylor and OCH Big Winners on Tuesday
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VIDEO: Split Board Decision Poses Threat to Restaurant Tax Renewal

LOWNDES COUNTY, Miss. (WCBI) – Lowndes County Supervisors took up the restaurant tax Monday. The split decision of 3 to 2 vote by the board of supervisors may approve the resolution, but the decision could jeopardize the bill’s fate in Jackson. We’re talking about nearly $2 million that stands to go away.. However, LINK leaders believe […]
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Video: Voter Turnout in Oktibbeha County

There is a special election today, in Oktibbeha County and portions of Clay and Lowndes Counties.
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Division On Tax Renewal

C.V.B. and LINK heads were not available for comment.
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VIDEO: Special Election Buzz and More

There's more than just a hospital sale voters must decide on Tuesday.
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VIDEO: Absentee Voting in Oktibbeha County

Absentee voting continues for Tuesday's special election in Oktibbeha County.
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Bergdahl To Serve No Prison Time

As a presidential candidate, Donald Trump had called for Bergdahl to face stiff punishment. The judge also gave Bergdahl a dishonorable discharge, reduced his rank to private and said he must forfeit pay equal to $1,000 per month for 10 months.
4 weeks ago
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MS Supreme Court Upholds Funding Ruling

A Hinds County chancery judge ruled against the districts in 2015, saying the formula is not a mandate. Justices upheld that ruling today.