Mississippi Valley State University's fall enrollment is down six percent from last year. This is the largest decline out of the eight public universities in Mississippi.
On Friday, Mayor Ken Strachan presented each student from J.Z. George Transition High School with a certificate for completing the program.
The nonprofit who help people in need in five counties is having its annual event. The event will acknowledge people in the community who have supported the community through volunteerism and service; while raising money for WWISCAA clients in a fun and enjoyable atmosphere.
The cooking class will be held this Saturday at the Delta Meat Market located inside Cotton House Hotel. The class cost $179, that cost includes an overnight stay on November 15th or 16th and one adult cooking class voucher.
Additional vouchers cost $50 per adult.
The panel will ponder over the program's topic, "Politicians, Preachers and Polecats: Writing about Delta Characters and The Place that Created Them."
Patrick Weems, Director of The Emmett Till Interpretive Center said thank you to the group, he said, because of them, his organization received $30,000 in donations.
This year's winner, won from 'the Oakes Chevrolet Dealership, the first two winners won vehicles from the Oakes Toyota Dealership.
State Senator Derrick Simmons talked to the girls and boys about his role as a lawmaker and how following rules at an early age prepares them to follow laws in life.
Many Americans including the world have looked at the pain, the hurt and the agony of slavery since ships sailed to the African continent and began the beginning of slavery, but even after all of that, Aunt Pearlie Sue, said African-Americans are not victims, instead, she believes they lack knowledge.
The Sweat Equity Investment in the Cotton Kingdom Symposium' explains to today's generation how cotton affected the U.S. and Global economy including the role of slavery, sharecroppers and hired cotton pickers.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency and U.S. Small Business Administration will remain in available to Mississippi applicants who have not met insurance settlement needs and other non-met flood and storm related needs.
The Mississippi state department of health starts a new policy allowing restaurant patrons to dine with their pet dogs under certain conditions.