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Hinds County Supervisors Vote to Oppose NCL Landfill

Bi-partisan Opposition Continues to Grow The Hinds County Board of Supervisors voted unanimously to oppose the controversial proposed NCL solid waste landfill on North County Line Road in Madison County at their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday morning joining a growing bi-partisan group of opponents. The supervisors voted to officially oppose the landfill stating that the…

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Governor Reeves Names MDA Leader

  Today, Governor Tate Reeves announced John Rounsaville as the leader of the Mississippi Development Authority.  He has been serving as Interim Director of the MDA since May of 2020. Rounsaville was appointed by President Donald Trump to serve as State Director for USDA Rural Development. He holds many distinctions for his military service, including the Air Force…

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Board nixes “classy” vape shop at Hammett Crossing

By Katherine R. Dougan The Board of Aldermen on January 5 denied a conditional use request for a CBD oil and vape shop to open in the Hammett Crossing shopping center. The shopping center is located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 80 and Hampstead Boulevard in Clinton. “I think we all know that there’s…

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Clinton Rotary Club recognizes members

Special to The Clinton Courier  The mission of The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International is to enable Rotarians to advance world understanding, goodwill and peace through the improvement of health, the support of education, and the alleviation of poverty. In addition, it allows local clubs the opportunity to write grants to benefit local charities.  …

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Mississippi College Gears up for Founders Day

  Mississippi College supporters will mark Founder’s Day with Blue & Gold cake, cups of hot coffee, fellowship time, and a chapel program. Activities are set for January 26 as MC stakeholders celebrate a venerable institution dating back to 1826. Cake and coffee will be served to the university’s family outside the B.C. Rogers Student…

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Season 31: New Episodes of Mississippi Outdoors

Season 31 of Mississippi Outdoors TV continues with new episodes premiering every Thursday at 7:30 p.m. on Mississippi Public Broadcasting. You can also watch episodes on MDWFP’s YouTube page. January episode guide Jan. 7 – Deer bow hunt at Canemount WMA and fishing for amberjack and red snapper on the Miss. Gulf Coast Jan. 14 – 2020 Governor’s…

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MS Lottery Corp Warns Of Fraud And Scam Possibilities

The Mississippi Lottery Corporation (MLC) reminds players to stay aware and alert as they play Mississippi Lottery games. Fraud accounts and scammers never take a break, especially around the holidays and new year. “Fake lottery scams are fairly common,” said MLC President Tom Shaheen. “You can receive a phone call, e-mail, text and even social…

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MC Football Coach Joe Murphy Passes Away

  Joe Murphy excelled as the successor to legendary Mississippi College football coach Stanley Robinson. A member of the MC Sports Hall of Fame, Murphy died in the Dallas area on January 7 after a long illness. He was 91. Murphy’s coaching philosophy was relatively simple in the 1950s. “It was guts and grit –…

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LADY SINGS THE BLUES- RHONDA RICHMOND- CONCERT POSTPONED

The 2020-21 season celebrates Opera Mississippi’s 75th anniversary. The company had planned a series of live cabarets and performances that would continue their tradition of providing high quality musical offerings to the Jackson metropolitan area and the state of Mississippi. However, as with most all performing arts organizations, they are in a position of not…

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