|Entergy cuts money it's seeking in Miss. rate case
Entergy Corp. has agreed with Mississippi regulators to cut the amount it's seeking from customers under a new rate plan from $49 million to $14 million annually, setting the stage for the Public Service Commission to approve the plan by Dec. 9.
|Food for Families drop-off locations
A list of locations to drop-off food for Food for Families, which kicks off Monday.
|Ackerman honors Hoyt Ming
The city of Ackerman is honoring the life and legacy of famous Choctaw County fiddler Hoyt Ming.
|Country Music Trail honors Ming
Hoyt Ming, the founder, leader of, and fiddler in, Hoyt Ming & His Pep Steppers, will be honored Thursday with a marker on the Mississippi Country Music Trail.
|MDA awards site development grants
The grants will help local governments and economic development groups prepare for industrial development.
|Deputy, man hurt in multi-vehicle crash
The Mississippi Highway Patrol says the accident happened when someone pulled out in front of a sheriff's deputy responding to a call with his blue lights flashing and his siren blaring.
|Bowhunters prepare for archery season
The Mid-Mississippi Bowhunters held an archery tournament in the Tombigbee National Forest Saturday. Video
|New economic development group seeks executive director
Regional Economic Enterprise of Mississippi is a partnership between Choctaw, Montgomery and Webster County.
|Man pleads guilty in drug store burglary
LeCarlo Clincy, 36, of Jackson entered the guilty plea in Choctaw County Circuit Court.
|Boil notice for Simpson Water Association lifted
The water association in Choctaw County issued the notice last week after having to shut the system down for maintenance.