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MPB's 2014 First Place Holiday Card Winner

Posted by tolarrious.washington@mpbonline.org

First Place Holiday Card Winner Presentation 

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More Mississippians Expected to Travel For The Holidays

Posted by Jeffrey Hess

While holiday travel remains strong, the loss of a budget airline means fewer people are flying out of Jackson.

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Too Little Time May Lead To Too Much Stress Around The Holidays

Posted by Paul Boger

Christmas is just days away. For many, it's a time for joy and cheer, but it can also be a day filled with stress.

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Health Dept To Build Emergency Shelter in Wiggins

Posted by Evelina Burnett

The Mississippi State Department of Health is building a new medical needs shelter that will be able to withstand winds of up to 200 miles per hour.

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Singing River Retirees Call For Transparency

Posted by Evelina Burnett

Some hospital retirees are calling for more openness from Singing River Health System. 

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Strategic Plan Aimed At Improving Education

Posted by Paul Boger

 The new plan seeks growth in every area of education from students to teachers.

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Officials Warn Adults Not To Host Teen Drinking Parties

Posted by Jeffrey Hess

A 2011 holds adults responsible for knowingly providing alcohol to underage people.

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Mississippi Could See Benefits From Cuba Connection

Posted by Evelina Burnett

The Mississippi Gulf Coast could benefit if the diplomatic thaw with Cuba announced this week leads to greater economic ties between the two countries. 

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Contract Review Board Deny's Contract For Special Needs Assessment

Posted by Paul Boger

Education officials say Mississippi could be in violation of federal guidelines if the state does not obtain an assessment by January.

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MISSISSIPPI EDITION: FRIDAY, DEC. 19TH

Posted by Ezra Wall

Attorney General Jim Hood says Google is not doing enough to protect intellectual property in Mississippi. Also, why going to college could cost even more next year. Plus, the potential impact of President Obama's new Cuba policy on the Gulf Coast economy.

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