Submitted by Erin Lowrey on Monday, September 30th, 4:02 pm
This is a news release from the Mississippi House of Representatives
From the number of responses Speaker of the House Philip Gunn’s office has received, Mississippians are looking forward to being heard during the upcoming MS Solutions—An Ideas Tour. The circuit of meetings kicks off Monday, October 7, at the Clinton Municipal Court in Clinton at 8 a.m.
Submitted by Erin Lowrey on Thursday, September 19th, 10:11 am
This is a news release from the Secretary of State office
Hattiesburg, Miss.—All fourteen (14) precincts for the Hattiesburg Mayoral Special Election will have observers from the Secretary of State’s Office, Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann announced today. The Agency has election staff in the Municipal Clerk’s Office between today and Election Day and will be present to observe the vote tabulation at City Hall after the polls close.
“We cannot always build the future for our youth, but we can build our
youth for the future,” President Franklin Delano Roosevelt said.
Fifty-five of Mississippi’s brightest high school students recently participated in the annual Rural Electric Youth Tour, spending seven days touring Washington, D.C.
Jesse Smith from Laurel Christian School, Dru Elkins from South Jones High School, Emily Bedwell from Northeast Jones High School and Ben Spiller from Petal High School represented Dixie Electric Power Association on the Youth Tour.
The following is a news release from the Mississippi Attorney General's Office:
Attorney General Jim Hood today joined a bi-partisan national coalition of 49 Attorneys General calling on Congress to amend the law to help fight prostitution and child sex trafficking. In a letter to key members of Congress, the Attorneys General advocated that Congress amend the Communications Decency Act to provide criminal jurisdiction to state and local prosecutors.
The following is a news release from Forrest General Hospital:
Southern Miss senior Jordin Johnson spent some quality time with Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant at his office at The Mississippi Capitol in Jackson this week. Determined to rebrand Mississippi in the eyes of the rest of the country, the Meridian resident chatted with the governor about ways to paint Mississippi in a more positive national limelight.