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Sports Themed Exhibit Open all Week

(Leland, MS)- The Smithsonian National Traveling Exhibit “Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America” arrived in the Delta last night and will be on display for the rest of week in downtown Leland. The exhibit can be found at the Mississippi Wildlife Heritage Museum on North Broad Street.

Two more MS Universities join to take Down State Flag

(Mississippi)- Mississippi State University and the Mississippi University for Women have joined five other Mississippi’s public universities in ceasing to fly the state flag.Seven public universities in Mississippi — MSU, MUW, Alcorn State University, Jackson State University, Mississippi Valley State University, Ole Miss and USM — do not fly the...

Voter Registration set for October 8th

(Sunflower County, MS)- Sunflower County residents planning to vote in the November presidential election have until Sunday, October 6th at noon to register. Folks are encouraged to be well prepared for election day.

Cleveland School Distict Gets Public Input

(Cleveland, MS)- The Cleveland School District hopes parents and the community will put in their input on CPSD’s future. During the next few weeks some parents will be contaced by an independent research firm seeking participation in a short survey regarding different plans, related to school configuration. School district officials...

Greenville Police to get 15 New Vehicles

(Greenville, MS)- Greenville police may soon be cruising in some new rides. The Greenville City Council members decided earlier this week to put in 15 new police cruisers in their 2016-17 fiscal year budget. The cost of those 15 new rides is around $450,000.

Baby Einstein Academy gears up for Ribbon Cutting

(Cleveland, MS)- The Cleveland- Bolivar County Chamber of Commerce will host a ribbon cutting at the Baby Einstein Academy, located on Gaines and Highway 61 in Boyle. The ribbon cutting will take place on Friday, September 2nd at 11:00 AM. The Baby Einstein Academy is an educational facility that helps...