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Federal Programs News ItemsWhy Praying For Mexico City & Puerto Rico Isn't Enough - Romper9/20/2017 5:04:31 PM
Romper Why Praying For Mexico City & Puerto Rico Isn't Enough Romper When Katrina hit the United States in 2005, the Mexican military served 170,000 meals in Louisiana and Mississippi , distributed more than 184,000 tons of supplies and conducted more than 500 medical consultations, according to Newsweek. After Harvey ... and more »
Wyoming kicks off National Lifeline Eligibility Verifier this winter - KGWN9/8/2017 3:37:59 PM
KGWN Wyoming kicks off National Lifeline Eligibility Verifier this winter KGWN They, alongside Mississippi , Montana, New Mexico, and Utah, will take part in the initial launch in December 2017. The National Verifier was established in the 2016 Lifeline Order to make eligibility determinations and perform a ... Wyoming residents ...
Armed Forces Museum director Daniels leaving after 18 years - WDAM-TV9/6/2017 7:24:44 PM
Armed Forces Museum director Daniels leaving after 18 years WDAM-TV CAMP SHELBY, MS (WDAM) -. The longtime director of the Mississippi Armed Forces Museum at Camp Shelby is leaving. Chad Daniels is moving to Vermont to become the director of federal programs for that state's Agency of Education. Daniels has ...
Harvey victims need federal program that saved Mississippi post-Katrina says Haley Barbour - USA TODAY9/3/2017 7:45:36 AM
USA TODAY Harvey victims need federal program that saved Mississippi post-Katrina says Haley Barbour USA TODAY Unlike so many federal programs , Congress created the Corporation for National and Community Service to be a public-private partnership and to be accountable to the states. CNCS grants, which marry public and private funds, support existing community ...
Hurricane Harvey and the Storms to Come - The New Yorker9/3/2017 5:01:31 AM
The New Yorker Hurricane Harvey and the Storms to Come The New Yorker On August 29, 2005, at six-ten in the morning, Hurricane Katrina made landfall on the border of Mississippi and Louisiana, just east of New Orleans. Katrina had spent days wobbling over the Gulf of Mexico, and by the time it reached the coast it was ... and more »
Restoration plans announced for Markham Building - WLOX8/28/2017 11:40:41 PM
Restoration plans announced for Markham Building WLOX There is no doubt that the $93 million Mississippi Aquarium, set to open in 2019, is a big part igniting interest in the Markham hotel plan. "We're spending all of this capital. We're spending time and resources in redeveloping downtown with the ...
Petal, Forrest County tops in kindergarten scores - Hattiesburg ... - Hattiesburg American8/26/2017 5:58:38 PM
Hattiesburg American Petal, Forrest County tops in kindergarten scores - Hattiesburg ... Hattiesburg American Mississippi Department of Education releases state kindergarten and Pre-K scores, and Petal and Forrest County school districts come out on top. and more »
Mississippi's early learning collaboratives rely on state tax donations - Hattiesburg American8/24/2017 1:13:28 PM
Hattiesburg American Mississippi's early learning collaboratives rely on state tax donations Hattiesburg American Under the state's Early Learning Collaborative Act, Mississippians can get a state tax credit for donating to one of 14 early learning collaboratives. and more »
State and Local Programs News ItemsPast as prologue: The history between Georgia and Mississippi State coaches - DawgNation9/23/2017 7:13:26 AM
DawgNation Past as prologue: The history between Georgia and Mississippi State coaches DawgNation If you ask people who watch Mississippi State , the defense is the area that has made big strides. And the man running it is Todd Grantham, who some may remember was Georgia's defensive coordinator from 2010-13. He faces off against Jim Chaney, now in ... and more »
Mississippi Excellence In Teaching Program Admits 29 UM Freshmen - HottyToddy.com9/23/2017 3:30:00 AM
HottyToddy.com Mississippi Excellence In Teaching Program Admits 29 UM Freshmen HottyToddy.com The fifth cohort of the Mississippi Excellence in Teaching Program at the University of Mississippi consists of 29 outstanding freshmen from nine states . With an average ACT score of 29.7, the group sets a high standard for the elite scholarship. The ...
Mr. President, Mississippi's infrastructure is failing - Jackson Clarion Ledger9/22/2017 11:15:46 PM
Jackson Clarion Ledger Mr. President, Mississippi's infrastructure is failing Jackson Clarion Ledger We are at the height of hurricane season as Mississippians well know. After Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, the United States must not only help our sisters and brothers in Texas and Florida, but as a nation, become better prepared for future natural ...
Mississippi Medicaid Seeks More Money for Its Current Budget - U.S. News & World Report9/22/2017 10:22:17 PM
U.S. News & World Report Mississippi Medicaid Seeks More Money for Its Current Budget U.S. News & World Report Medicaid started the current year with $919 million in state funding and is requesting another $47 million. Even if legislators fulfill the midyear funding request, the program would still have a smaller budget this year than it had either of the past ... State Agency Heads Make Their Case For More Funding Mississippi Public Broadcasting (blog) all 7 news articles »
State Rep. asking for extention of Children's Health Insurance Program - WJTV9/22/2017 12:58:15 PM
WJTV State Rep. asking for extention of Children's Health Insurance Program WJTV JACKSON, Miss. (WJTV) — Mississippi State Rep. Jarvis Dortch is urging Congressional delegation to extend the Children's Health Insurance Program . CHIP is set to expire at the end of the month. Dortch, a Democrat who represents Hinds County, said he ... CHIP Program To Go Bankrupt By Year's End WCBI all 21 news articles »
Mississippi State found a diamond-in-the-rough QB, and his name isn't Dak - ESPN9/22/2017 8:59:46 AM
ESPN Mississippi State found a diamond-in-the-rough QB, and his name isn't Dak ESPN Mississippi State simply can't do that. Not at any position really, but especially not at quarterback. Ask Mullen and he'll tell you that his is a developmental program . Once, when he was offensive coordinator at Florida, his starting quarterback was ... Matter on the SEC: Big win propels Mississippi State back into spotlight STLtoday.com Behind Enemy Bylines: Previewing No. 11 Georgia vs. No. 17 Mississippi State Red and Black There's Absolutely No Way Georgia Loses to Mississippi State Dawg Sports Jackson Clarion Ledger - SECcountry.com - SB Nation all 213 news articles »
Education entities asking for funding increase - Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal9/22/2017 2:05:06 AM
Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal Education entities asking for funding increase Northeast Mississippi Daily Journal The biggest single requested increase for an education entity is $245.4 million to fully fund the Mississippi Adequate Education Program , which is the mechanism used to provide state funds to local school districts. It has been fully funded only twice ...
UCLA commit Ken Montgomery Jr. will visit UGA for Mississippi State - DawgNation9/21/2017 10:41:49 AM
DawgNation UCLA commit Ken Montgomery Jr. will visit UGA for Mississippi State DawgNation Ken Montgomery Jr. will visit UGA this weekend for the Mississippi State game. Ken Montgomery-UGA recruiting Check out the length of ... UCLA is a clear fit, but the UGA also has a stout program in that field. He has yet to visit UCLA. That first trip ... and more »
'It's kind of hard to pass up on that,' says newest Mississippi State commit - The Sun Herald9/20/2017 2:06:38 PM
The Sun Herald 'It's kind of hard to pass up on that,' says newest Mississippi State commit The Sun Herald Without any serious interest from four-year programs , White signed with Pearl River Community College out of high school. The move paid off as the rising sophomore committed Tuesday to Mississippi State over a number of programs including Ole Miss, ...