Archive | March 30th, 2012

Keeping Our Eye On: Mary Margaret May

March 30, 2012

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Jackson soprano vocalist Mary Margaret May is back with another release of classical and inspirational songs. I Asked the Lord (available on iTunes, Pandora and Amazon.com) is the third album from May, who got her start singing in church and at Jackson Preparatory School. She earned a bachelor’s in vocal performance from Mississippi College where she […]

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Mississippi farmers will up planted acreage by three percent this season

March 30, 2012

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Crop rotation benefits and market prices remain the driving forces behind farmers’ planting decisions, reports the Mississippi State University’s Extension Service’s prospective The Department of Agriculture’s prospective plantings report, released March 30, forecasts 4.67 million acres planted in nine Mississippi crops, an increase of 3 percent from total acreage in 2011. John Michael Riley, agricultural […]

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Getting workers’ comp for fight over workers compensation?

March 30, 2012

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As I was reading this account from the legislature, I was wondering if the legislators had been injured in their scuffle, could they have filed a worker’s compensation claim against the state of the Mississippi? Just wondering … Thought it was kind of ironic … — Ross Reily Miss. House flips to favor workers’ comp. […]

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Mississippi man to no longer be able to make a mockery at museums with art forgeries

March 30, 2012

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Museum plays April Fools’ joke on prolific forger CINCINNATI — Fool me once, the saying goes. But 50 times? That’s what a convincing art forger did for nearly three decades when he donated his copies of Picassos and other works of art to unsuspecting museums in 20 states Mark A. Landis, who has dressed as […]

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Greenwood becomes first Mississippi Delta city to pass Complete Streets Policy

March 30, 2012

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GREENWOOD – In a special meeting on March 29, 2012, the Greenwood City Council passed a resolution to adopt a complete streets policy for the City of Greenwood. The adoption of a complete streets policy was a recommendation made in the Greenwood Comprehensive Plan that was adopted by the City Council in October 2010. The […]

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