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Saturday July 22, 2017

American, I am!

Northeast Mississippi resident gains citizenship By Judy Smith America—“Land of the Free” and “Home of the Brave.” It is often some people’s lifetime goal to […]

Cathy Northington

Our Mississippi Magazine By: Judy Smith It’s been said that the beauty of life doesn’t depend on how happy you are, but how happy others […]

Chip Ashford

Bankplus VP lives to “Just give back” By John Luke McCord If you live in the Tupelo, Mississippi area, there’s a good chance you’ve crossed […]

Robin Robinson

Leadership beyond Sanderson Farms By Margaret Bucci Sanderson Farms, Inc. was honored along with 11 other Mississippi corporations as a “Champion of Diversity” during the […]

John Amos

To headline honors gala Famed actor John Amos has been confirmed as the guest speaker for the 2017 ourMississippi Honors Gala to be held Saturday, […]

MSU senior earns prestigious Truman Scholar

A Mississippi State University senior has earned the nation’s most prestigious scholarship for students dedicated to public service. Natalie M. Jones, an English and sociology […]

The Business of Diversity Mississippi Corporations Honored for Diversity Practices

Diversity and Inclusion is a focus of many corporations throughout the country. That rule is no exception in the State of Mississippi. Twelve corporations were […]

Nissan continues commitment to six Mississippi historically black colleges and universities

Nissan recently announced the donation of $250,000 to six local Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCU) to promote science, technology engineering and mathematics (STEM) initiatives […]

Lifetime Achievement Award MS Honors

Reed, Winter Honored with Lifetime Achievement Awards Former Mississippi Governor William Winter and Tupelo businessman Jack Reed, Sr. were honored with Lifetime Achievement Awards at […]

The Sandwich Generation Caregivers are faced with daily challenges

Keisha Springer, 43, is an occupational therapist in the Atlanta, Ga., area. Approximately five years ago she moved her 89-year-old grandmother from Marion, Ind., to […]