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Morning and evening I sit in front of Hatcher, the rabbit, feeding her greens I have foraged from the yard and refrigerator.
Ms. Arnold’s letter in the July 30 Dispatch was refreshing to read. I know there is a silent majority out there that agrees with her,
A 20-minute trip across the Mississippi River will land you near Tallulah at the Southern Heritage Air Foundation Museum.
Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves and House Speaker Philip Gunn each stood on stage at the Neshoba County Fair last week and pledged to prevent schools from teaching critical race theory, even though there’s no evidence of concerted efforts to make that part of the K-12 curriculum.
A Hallmark Channel Christmas movie will be filming in Natchez next month.
A school board member in a Mississippi school district says he is planning to propose making COVID-19 vaccinations mandatory for all employees.
House Speaker Nancy Pelosi and the House Democratic leaders called on the Biden administration to immediately extend the nation’s eviction moratorium, calling it a “moral imperative” to prevent Americans from being put out of their homes during a COVID-19 surge.
After much delay, senators unveiled a nearly $1 trillion bipartisan infrastructure package, wrapping up days of painstaking work on the inches-thick bill and launching what is certain to be a lengthy debate over President Joe Biden’s big priority.
Dr. Anthony Fauci warned Sunday that more “pain and suffering” is on the horizon as COVID-19 cases climb again and officials plead with unvaccinated Americans to get their shots.
The COVID-19 pandemic, coupled with record sales of firearms, has fueled a shortage of ammunition in the United States that’s impacting law enforcement agencies, people seeking personal protection, recreational shooters and hunters — and could deny new gun owners the practice they need to handle their weapons safely.
In another dispiriting setback for the nation’s efforts to stamp out the coronavirus, scientists who studied a big COVID-19 outbreak in Massachusetts concluded that vaccinated people who got so-called breakthrough infections carried about the same amount of the coronavirus as those who did not get the shots.
Tom Rysinski has joined The Dispatch as the new sports editor.
A Lowndes County man serving parole was arrested for a charge of sexual exploitation of a minor after being accused of being in possession of child pornography, a press release Saturday from the sheriff’s office said.
Two people were killed in separate traffic accidents Saturday in Starkville. Oktibbeha County Coroner Michael Hunt said William Grayson Watson, 22, of Sturgis was killed
There tend to be two kinds of influencers in this world: those attracted by the love of power and those who’ve discovered the power of love.
I wish I could be a Cheney fan. I really do. Rep. Liz Cheney has conducted herself honorably for the past nine months. Her courage in telling the truth about the election and the insurrection of Jan. 6 has been punished by the Republican conference, which booted her from leadership and replaced her with the lying, scheming Trumpist, Rep. Elise Stefanik.
Noxubee County Farm Bureau recently hosted a Farm Safety Fund Media Day to discuss the importance of farm safety, the purpose of the Noxubee County Farm Bureau Farm Safety Fund and recognize the sponsors of the fund at Good Farms in Macon.
When Mississippi’s oppressive heat and humidity drive gardeners indoors, there’s one blooming beauty sure to bring us back outdoors: the Rudbeckia. These flowers, also commonly
The beauty of both the natural and built environments of Montana’s Crow Indian tribe is accessible to academic researchers and U.S. history enthusiasts through Mississippi State University Libraries’ digital photography collections.
Veteran archaeologist and associate professor Jimmy Hardin has been named the new director of the Cobb Institute of Archaeology, Mississippi State’s College of Arts and Sciences announced.