Mississippi Gas Likely To Remain Cheapest in 2024

KOSCIUSKO, Miss.--You will likely be paying a bit more for gas in early 2024, said Patrick DeHaan, head of Petroleum Analysis, with Gasbuddy.com. But, Mississippi still has the cheapest gas in the country and DeHaan expects that will continue."There are still some stations in... Read More.

Whippets remain in 4A in latest MHSAA reclassification

The Kosciusko Whippets athletics squads will remain in 4A for the next two years following the most recent Mississippi High School Activities Association (MHSAA) reclassification.Enrollment numbers for the reclassification were released by the MHSAA Thursday afternoon.Kosciusko's enrollment was listed at 442 for grades 9... Read More.

Gov. Tate Reeves announces Mississippi schools to remain closed

Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves has announced that schools in the state will remain closed through the rest of the academic year.Reeves made the announcement Tuesday afternoon during his daily Facebook Live press conference.He mentioned that teachers and students should still work together on distance/virtual... Read More.

Mississippi public schools closed through April 17

Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves has announced that all public schools in Mississippi will close through April 17.Reeves made the announcement during a Facebook live broadcast Thursday morning.The governor also said he would be suspending end-of-year testing.Schools will also continue to receive funding and teachers... Read More.

Poultry, timber remain Mississippi’s top crops in 2019

Poultry and timber remain atop Mississippi's agricultural economy.Mississippi State University says broilers, eggs and chickens brought nearly $2.8 billion to the state’s economy while timber brought in about $1.5 billion.Poultry was down 3% from a record high in 2018.Extension Service poultry specialist Tom Tabler... Read More.

Mississippi burn ban lifted but some county bans remain

Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant says the state burn ban has been lifted because of recent rainfall but some county bans are still in effect.News outlets report Bryant made the announcement Monday after consulting with the Mississippi Forestry Commission.State Forester Russell Bozeman says the department... Read More.