Every 12 minutes, someone in the United States dies from an opioid overdose – 115 people each day. In Mississippi, we rank fifth in the nation for opioid prescriptions. Pharmacists in our state are just one group trying to stop the opioid crisis. To learn more about opioids and how you can stop the crisis, … Continue reading “Pharmacists join the fight against opioids”
Suzie Foote stopped by Mary Wieden and You to talk about wellness goals for 2019.
Representative Mark Baker announced on The Gallo Radio Show that he will run for the office of Attorney General in the November 2019 election. “It’s no secret that I’ve felt like for some time that the office of the Attorney General is not what it should be,” Baker said. “And we’ve made some changes, we … Continue reading “BREAKING: Rep. Mark Baker announces Attorney General bid on @PaulGalloShow”
From the Mississippi State Athletics Department: November 29, 2017 STARKVILLE, Miss. — Joe Moorhead, the 2016 National Offensive Coordinator of the Year and the mastermind behind Penn State’s offensive juggernaut the past two seasons, has been named Mississippi State’s 33rd head football coach, Director of Athletics John Cohen announced Wednesday. “During our search, it became unequivocally clear who … Continue reading “Breaking: Joe Moorhead named Head Coach for Mississippi State”
The Governor’s Concert was originally set for the Gertrude C. Ford Center for the Performing Arts, was moved to The Grove, and now it’s back where it started due to the threat of inclement weather. “Safety is our priority,” said Gov. Phil Bryant. “The decision to move the concert indoors to the Ford Center will … Continue reading “Governor’s Bicentennial Concert returns indoors”
McComb selectmen voted Tuesday night to remove the state flag, but how the vote was carried out is stirring controversy in Pike County. Two selectmen, Michael Cameron and Tommy Kinsey, were late getting to the meeting. Before they could get there, a motion was made by selectman Donovan Hill to add the flag vote to the … Continue reading “Controversial vote leads to state flag removal in McComb”