Clinton, Mississippi, Area News

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The Industries That Are Powering Mississippi

  The so-called Magnolia State has undoubtedly gone through some turbulent economic times in the past. But, as we head into 2021, there are some very positive signs, as well as many industries that are flourishing.   To take a look at the stats, the population is almost 3 million people and the gross state…

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MDAC to Distribute another round of Farmers to Families Food Boxes at Mississippi State Fairgrounds

    The Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce (MDAC) is assisting the Mississippi Crisis Foundation in distributing 2,592 food boxes to the public at the Mississippi State Fairgrounds in Jackson, on Wednesday, April 21, at 9:00 a.m. as part of the USDA sponsored Farmers to Families Food Box Program.   RELATED: MDAC to Distribute Third…

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Merit Health Remains Steadfast in Service to Our Community

  By:  Barry R. Moss, Chief Executive Officer, Merit Health Jackson Market I write today with hope for the future and gratitude for the resilience of our provider teams at Merit Health.  The pandemic has demonstrated how interconnected we all are, the impact each one of us can have and the benefit of working together…

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Twins Excel as Mississippi College Art Students

  Alabama twins bring twice as much to the table as talented Mississippi College art students. Daniel Alonso cherishes the time working with a team of award-winning art professors as he pursues his bachelor’s degree in the university’s graphic design program. “They really care about the students more than passing their class. It’s on a…

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Mississippi Requests Major Disaster Declaration for Winter Weather Event

Following the completion of Joint Preliminary Damage Assessments, the State of Mississippi has requested a Major Disaster Declaration for Public Assistance following the February 11-19, 2021 Winter Storm. During this event, multiple rounds of wintry precipitation impacted that state resulting in dangerous road conditions, widespread power outages and damage to public infrastructure.      …

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Third Honors College Class Selected at Mississippi College

  Gracie Bassett is thrilled to begin her studies in August at Mississippi College. The Madison resident is among the newest 15 members of the university’s Honors College. “I’m excited about discovering my career path, learning from faculty and students, having a close-knit community, and growing in my relationship with the Lord at MC.” Gracie…

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What to do if you Suspect Child Abuse

April is recognized as Child Abuse Prevention Awareness month. Child abuse or maltreatment should not be overlooked or taken lightly. Abuse can be seen in many forms such as physical, sexual, emotional, and neglect. Recognizing and reporting any signs of possible abuse could greatly help a child in need, possibly save his or her life.…

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MSPHI invests in Mississippi moms during Black Maternal Health Week

Partnership reflects collective commitment by MSPHI and Babyscripts to target and reduce systemic racial and ethnic inequities in both maternal and infant outcomes in Mississippi through virtual care.   Babyscripts, a leading virtual care obstetrics platform, has teamed up with The Mississippi Public Health Institute on an initiative to improve maternal health outcomes and reduce…

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