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Man, 46, killed in highway wreck

Man, 46, killed in highway wreck A Water Valley man was fatally injured Tuesday night in a two-car accident near the intersection of Highways 6 & 315. Another man, also listed as a Water Valley resident was airlifted from the scene to a Memphis hospital. The Highway Patrol report said Tom David Ha


Local running enthusiasts form the Winona Running and Track Club

For Winona's Chris McRae, running wasn't something he did prior to his time in the military. However, today, running is part of McRae's everyday life - saying his treks through the city of Winona almost daily are like "therapy" in his busy life. For Winona's Chris McRae, running wasn't something he

WINONATIMES.COM - 2018-03-16 21:50:00

35 tons of catfish products produced in Mississippi recalled

ITTA BENA, Miss. (AP) - A Mississippi company is recalling around 35 tons (31.75 metric tons) of catfish products that might have been tainted by a compound that poses a public health concern. The U.S. Department of Agriculture's Food Safety and Inspection Service announced Friday that various fresh


Mississippi's West Ship Island to reopen next week

SHIP ISLAND, Miss. (AP) - West Ship Island officially reopens to the public next Saturday, following repairs to areas damaged last fall by Hurricane Nate. WLOX-TV reports the island had originally been scheduled to open March 15, however work to fix hurricane damaged facilities has been delayed. SHI


Ackerman Comes Together As One Big Family To Send Off Their Soldiers

ACKERMAN, Miss. (WCBI) - A similar sea of emotions outlined the streets of Ackerman Monday morning, as soldiers headed out for their deployment. "I have been here once before back in 1990, with Desert Storm deployment, this same unit here in Ackerman, and it brings back a lot of memories, but I reme


Crews Battle Late Night House Fire

STURGIS, Miss. (WCBI)- Several fire crews spent Wednesday night battling an intense house fire. Oktibbeha County Fire Coordinator, Kirk Rosenhan says the call came in just after 9:30 Wednesday night. - Advertisement - Flames were seen coming from the roof and the windows of the home on Maben Sturgis


CAL THOMAS: Only fools believe North Korea

To what shall North Korea's latest pronouncement to give up its nuclear weapons in exchange for certain "security" guarantees be compared? Choose from one of the following familiar promises: Of course I'll respect you in the morning; I promise to pay you back; I'm from the government and I'm here to


Rock Eupora set for show tonight at Proud Larry's

Rock Eupora will be performing at Proud Larry's on the Square tonight with a full backup band of extremely talented Nashvillians. While the name sounds like a band, Rock Eupora is actually just one guy - Clayton Waller. This Jackson, Miss. native single-handedly recorded and produced two fantastic a


Mississippi: Grain Bin Rescue Workshop, Pittsboro, April 17

Emergency responders and farmers will learn grain bin safety practices and rescue procedures during two workshops on April 17. The Mississippi State University Extension Service is hosting the grain bin rescue training programs at the Calhoun County Extension Office. Both programs are coordinated wi

AGFAX.COM - 2018-03-16 14:26:01

NewsBriefs: Things you need to know!

K9 Bake Sale set for Friday n A bake sale to benefit the Chickasaw County Sheriff's Department K9 Unit Fund will start at 10:30 a.m. Friday in front of BancorpSouth on The Square in Downtown Houston. For details call 456-2339. Woodland Easter Egg hunt set n Woodland will host its Annual Easter Egg H

NE MISSISSIPPI DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-03-16 12:00:00

Harvard Business School publishes case study on Golden Triangle

Almost half a year after visiting the Golden Triangle, Harvard Business School is lauding the region's work and lessons faculty have taken from an excursion to the area. Harvard Business School published a report on Tuesday highlighting the late October trip 16 faculty members took to the Golden T