Voting 2-1 this morning, the Mississippi Public Service Commission agreed to let Mississippi Power Co. continue building a lignite coal plant in Kemper County -- at least for the time being
I've been making a concerted effort to get healthy, as of late. In the past few weeks, I've taken up running, yoga and strength training. Sure, there is an aspect is vanity at play here, but there's also a dose of prevention.
The city has issued a boil water notice to about 175 people served by the Maddox Road well system.
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves' office just sent out a statement on the controversial anti-undocumented immigrant HB 488. In the release, Reeves states that he's heard the concerns about the bill's potential costs to law enforcement agencies and the state economy. To that end, Reeves assigned HB 488 to the Senate Judiciary B, chaired by Hob Bryan, a Democrat from Amory for further study.
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves has just released a statement expressing support for any bills designed to end abortion in Mississippi. We've been hearing speculation that the Senate, and Reeves in particular, planned to kill anti-abortion legislation from the House, especially since several Senate anti-abortion bills died in committee.