The Santa Update and Tips for Survival

We reached out to Santas team to get an official update. They have released the following statement. "I am on target to reach the central Mississippi area on time this evening. Please remember before going to bed clear your fireplace by extinguishing any burning embers, not only for me but for you as well. Check your tree to... Read More.

Free Covid-19 Testing In Attala, Leake, and Neshoba Today

Free Covid-19 testing is available today at the Attala, Leake and Neshoba County Health Departments. Testing hours are between 11:00am-6pm. However, before getting tested you must first be screened by speaking with a UMMC clinician to determine your likelihood of COVID-19 infection or exposure. This can be done by calling 601-496-7200 or completing the UMMC COVID-19

Mississippi Executive Orders Extend Until January 15th

Mississippi Executive orders scheduled to expire on Friday will extend. Governor Reeves announced that the new order will continue through January 15th. Statewide orders include a limitation indoors of 10 people per one room with no more that 50 people in close proximity outdoors. Indoor extracurricular events are limited to lesser than four spectators per student with... Read More.

Freeze Warning In Effect Tonight and Tomorrow Morning

A Freeze Warning is in effect. NOAA and MEMA released an announcement stating that a Freeze Alert Warning is in effect from 9pm tonight until 10am Tuesday. Expected are several hours of sub-freezing temperatures covering southern and central Mississippi counties in our region including Attala, Leake, Neshoba and Winston. You are advised to take steps now to... Read More.

New Economic Injury Disaster Loans Available In Many Mississippi Counties Including Attala, Leake, Neshoba, And Winston

New Economic Injury Disaster Loans are available. According to the SBA website, small businesses, small agriculture cooperatives and many private non profit organizations throughout areas of the state including Attala, Leake, Neshoba, and Winston counties are eligible. Qualifications will be based on those affected by the rain and flooding last spring from April 1st- June 30th... Read More.