Golden Triangle lawmakers say they support the effort to pass legislation to begin a medical marijuana program.
Social and Emotional Learning is more than a program: It’s a mindset, an atmosphere and how the people in the school take care of each other.
State test scores across the Golden Triangle decreased overall in 2020-21 due to the COVID-19 pandemic and virtual learning.
The Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District now has an option for virtual learning if unforeseen circumstances occur due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Quarterback Wayne Madkin stepped into Mississippi State’s weight room as an eerie silence fell over the gym.
Today ■ United Way of Lowndes and Noxubee will hold a family friendly National Day of Service from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Service projects
In his six months as the state’s workforce training czar, Ryan Miller confesses the job is a little like herding cats.
The remnants of Hurricane Ida passed through the Golden Triangle Monday but produced only minimal damage, local officials said this morning.
Local emergency management is bracing for the potential of storms later today as the remnants of Hurricane Ida, now a tropical storm, move through the area this afternoon.
COVID-19 cases remain on the upswing in the Golden Triangle during a surge in the delta variant of the virus. Area universities, now two weeks into instruction, have defined details of policies designed to limit any outbreak on campus.
Where you live matters when it comes to educational, career and socio-economic opportunities.
The Mississippi State Department of Health reported 1,090 new cases of COVID-19 in the four-county Golden Triangle area over the past week.
On Monday, data from the Mississippi State Department of Health showed the COVID-19 death toll has eclipsed 8,000 in the state as the Delta variant continues to pile up record and near-record daily case numbers, largely among the unvaccinated.
Ivermectin sales surge at pharmacies, feed stores despite inconclusive studies on effectiveness against COVID-19
In his book, “Summer of ‘49,” David Halberstam told the story of Boston Red Sox manager Joe McCarthy’s efforts to reform a talented, but troubled pitcher whose drinking binges made him unreliable.
While the Mississippi Department of Education announced Thursday that Mississippi schools could choose to go to a hybrid style of learning, public school districts in the Golden Triangle plan to keep instruction in person — at least for now.
4-County Electric Power Association members will enjoy a continued reduction in rates, renewing in November and lasting for another 12-month cycle.
The Delta variant of COVID-19 continues to infect people across the Golden Triangle.
For 37 years as a state legislator, Hob Bryan has been fighting a sometimes lonely struggle to resolve some of the maddening inconsistencies that plague the state.
At the top of the list is how Mississippi uses — or, rather fails to use — federal dollars intended for poor Mississippians, he said.
MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Baptist Memorial Health Care will require all employees to get the COVID-19 vaccine by Nov. 1, 2021. “After much consideration and discussion,
Columbus native, former UMMC head addresses Delta variant, vaccine safety, consequences of continued hesitancy
As COVID-19 cases rise and vaccination rates in Mississippi remain among the lowest in the U.S., Dr. James E. Keeton, vice chancellor emeritus of health affairs and former dean of University of Mississippi Medical Center School of Medicine sat down with The Dispatch to talk about the safety of the vaccine and encourage the public to receive it.