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After nearly 12 years, the yazoo backwater project was finally approved by the EPA last year in 2020. The Army Core of Engineers along with state and federal representatives had been working to develope a new project since the 2008 veto.

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Delta State University’s staff council has donated non-perishable food items. 

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A local ranch in the Delta is holding a different type of pet adoption. Muleshoe Ranch in Black Hawk has been rescuing horses since 2008. Some horses have been through abuse and neglect while other horses were surrendered by previous owners. The staff at this ranch helps rehabilitate horses …

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A local church gave back to their community by providing a full Thanksgiving meal. The Way Church held a thanksgiving dinner for local residents. Everyone was invited to come and get a traditional Thanksgiving meal. Everything from turkey and dressing to cakes and sweet potato pie was offere…

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Muleshoe Ranch in Black Hawk, MS is having an open house on November 27th to meet and greet horses that are available for adoption. Ashley Renee has the story on what you need to know before considering adopting a horse.

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We begin in Washington, where a Mississippi senator blasts a fellow member of congress, and a federal agency for putting another stop to a major flood control project. Senator Cindy-Hyde smith today criticized the EPA for stopping a new effort to complete the Yazoo backwater pumping project.…

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The Saint James Episcopal Church will have a blood drive here in the delta.

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As we head into the twelve lucky students were drawn to receive turkey and other Thanksgiving dishes today. Mars foods partner with the Mississippi delta community college in collecting and giving out bags with a complete thanksgiving meal to twelve students. This was all part of the Greenvi…