The second trip, which left Jackson on August 17, 1926, was exclaimed by Lieutenant Governor Murphree in Jackson's Daily Clarion-Ledger newspaper as "The greatest Mississippi
exhibit ever collected in one place at a given time." His last comment was, "We have the stuff to show the world!" The big train hailed as the "longest Pullman Special Train in the world" was also cited as being the "last word in travel luxury." All of the cars, except for the exhibit cars, were drawing room and compartment cars.
Formerly the public information manager for the Mississippi
Department of Transportation, Scott's career includes work with the Mississippi
State University Foundation and the Mississippi
State University Extension Service.
Elgenaid Hamadain, Chair, University of Mississippi
Power is partnering with three solar energy businesses and the US Navy to construct 105 MW of utility-scale solar electric generating farms at three different locations in the company's service territory.
The brawl erupted shortly before halftime of the game between East Mississippi
Delta Community College.
None of these removals was successful at vacating all Mississippi
Choctaws but then along came Massachusetts Senator Henry L.
In May, Assistant Secretary of Nuclear Energy Peter Lyons was quoted as calling Mississippi
one of "the most public of potential hosts to express interest in taking high-level waste."
's teen birth rate currently ranks 1st in the United States.
College began in 1826 as Hampstead Academy with the hopes that it might become the state's public university.
The scenes captured by Landsat 5 show the Mississippi
River in the Memphis, Tenn.
Schools receiving grants included North Pike Elementary School (Summit); DeLisle Elementary (Harrison County), Strayhorn Elementary (Sarah), Sudduth Elementary (Starkville), Saltillo Primary School, Henderson Ward-Stewart Elementary (Starkville), Lafayette Middle School, Olde Town Middle School (Ridgeland), Pass Christian High School, Starkville/Millsaps Technology Center, Stone County Schools, Madison School District, Jackson Public School District, and Mississippi
School for the Deaf.