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Stuckey's Bridge

Every place needs a good ghost story right?  Our next location is the site of one.  Near Enterprise there is an abandoned bridge known as Stuckeys Bridge.   487 more words

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Guatemala – Landslide triggered by heavy rainfall has claimed the lives of two people and left 20 others missing in a Guatemalan landfill Wednesday afternoon. 122 more words


Job Postings Courtesy of the Southaven Chamber of Commerce

If you are in need of employment, check out all of these jobs courtesy of the Southaven Chamber of Commerce. There are lots of opportunities posted in many fields of work and all over the Mid-South. 25 more words

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Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann wants Governor Bryant to Call Special Session over Campaign Finance Reform

On Tuesday, Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann told Paul Gallo, host of the eponymous radio show on the Supertalk Mississippi network, “I’m going back to the governor and ask him to put the elections bill on the special session.” Hosemann said the bill — which would, among other things, tighten disclosure rules on political action committees, restrict the personal use of campaign funds and require full itemization of credit card expenses on campaign finance reports — was “fumbled by the Legislature.” 75 more words

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Prayer Rally in Hernando on April 30

This Saturday, April 30th, from noon-1:00 at Hernando Baptist Church will be a County Prayer Rally for our County, State, and Country.

A group of ladies from Madison County (from all denominations, races, and partisans) formed a County Prayer Group and are issuing a call to all Women in the State to come together to pray for the inheritance of future generations. 90 more words

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2016 Regular Legislative SessionRecap from DeSoto House Representative Steve Hopkins

The 111 days of the 2016 Regular Session of the Mississippi Legislature took some time to get through this year. This session we faced an enormous work load with approximately 1,789 House bills and 969 Senate bills filed and it was up to us as legislators and our respective committees to work through them. 2,680 more words

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Confronting my Confederate Heritage

When Governor Bryant declared April would be Confederate Heritage Month, I was honestly excited. I thought it was gross of him to do so while several bills proposing a change to our infamously Confederate state flag were wasting away in legislative committees, where they remained and died. 976 more words