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OXFORD • More than a dozen American historians working at the University of Mississippi published a statement on Monday strongly opposing the university’s plans to renovate and add headstones to the University Cemetery on campus as part of the recently approved relocation of the Confederate …

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JACKSON • The Mississippi Institutions of Higher Learning Board of Trustees voted on Thursday morning to approve the University of Mississippi’s request to relocate the Confederate monument from its prominent location in the Circle on University Avenue to the campus cemetery.

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JACKSON - State Treasurer David McRae today announced the winners of the College Savings Mississippi Art Contest. Each of the winners will receive a scholarship in the form of a Mississippi Affordable College Savings (MACS) account. For as little as $25, almost anyone can start an account fo…

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RAYMOND — With social distancing measures still in place, Mississippi 4-H’ers will participate in the state’s first-ever Virtual State 4-H Congress in 2020 instead of the traditional in-person gathering.

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MARTIN, Tenn. – A Lafayette County student received an award from the University of Tennessee at Martin College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences in recognition of departmental achievements during the 2019-20 academic year.

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FULTON - Dr. Cheryl Ware of Belden, Physical Therapist Assistant program director, and TZ Waters of Tupelo, director of workforce training, at Itawamba Community College have been selected as participants for the 2020-21 Mississippi Community College Leadership Academy.

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JACKSON - Treasurer David McRae announced two Mississippi newborns were each awarded $529 Mississippi Affordable College Savings scholarships. The scholarships were part of the State Treasury's 529 Day promotion. Scholarships were awarded to the two babies born closest to 5:29 a.m. and 5:29 …

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FULTON - Although the traditional ceremony has been postponed, members of Itawamba Community College’s Class of 2020 will have an opportunity to pick up their diplomas June 9 and 10 in Tupelo and June 11 in Fulton.

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TUPELO — North Mississippi Medical Center recently presented college scholarships to Rachel Frick, Tupelo High School; Abigail Moeller, Excelsior Classical home school cooperative; Keely-Paige Stafford, Shannon High School; Josie Alanna Sims, Nettleton High School; Olivia Morris, Tupelo High…

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FULTON - Itawamba Community College will offer three opportunities as part of its upcoming Summer Institute.