Wednesday, January 18, 2017
 
 
High School Hoops for Jan. 17, 2017
Boys, girls highlights from Tuesday
 
LaFayette at Heritage
LaFayette at Heritage
 
ULM Struggles
ULM Struggles
 
MSU UK
Mississippi State loses close one to Kentucky
 
Waukee Wins 2OT Thriller with Johnston
The #7 Waukee Girls Basketball team outlasted #9 Johnston in a big 5A Win.
 
beau sportscast tuesday night hs hoops ath of the week
beau sportscast tuesday night hs hoops ath of the week
 
First Time Tomlin, Roethlisberger Duo Face Pats In AFC Champ
First Time Tomlin, Roethlisberger Duo Face Pats In AFC Champ
 
Jovon Johnson Academy (1-17-17)
Johnson Holds Free Clinic
 
Norton Named Arkansas High Head Coach
Norton Named Arkansas High Head Coach
 



JAMES MADISON FOOTBALL
JAMES MADISON FOOTBALL
 
Fa'amasino Signs with New Mexico State
West high football adds to its resume, as Lui Fa'amasino signs to play at Division 1 New Mexico State
 
starkville hire jones
Starkville hires Chris Jones as football coach
 
Distrct Playoffs Girls Soccer
Scores and Highlights
 
1-17 golf vets
1-17 golf vets
 
haggerty interview
mbb haggerty interview
 
ruthie live shot
ruthie mbb live shot
 
Hilmar Cheese Company Expanding
More jobs are coming to Dalhart as the Hilmar Cheese Company is expanding.
 
State of the State Address
Governor Phil Bryant encouraged support for law enforcement, education reform, and restoration during his State of the State Address this evening in Jackson. News 25’s Kendra Turley takes us inside Capitol chambers. Hundreds filled the Capitol chamber in Jackson, eager to hear Mississippi’s accomplishments and challenges during Governor Phil Bryant’s sixth State of the State Address. “The first and most important responsibility of any governor is public safety. And across our nation, law enforcement is under attack,” said Governor Bryant. Bryant applauded the numerous pieces of legislation that shows support for law enforcement and a better education system. “Because of the work organizations like Jobs for Mississippi Graduates, which serves at-risk high school students, our graduation rate is over 80 percent which is the highest it has ever been.” Other accomplishments for the state include the creation of more than 6,000 jobs and a significant decrease in unemployment. The number of Mississippians who are unemployed is the lowest it has been since February 2004, making Mississippi one of only nine states to experience a significant decrease in unemployment. A stable budget remains a challenge for the upcoming fiscal year. “Following the law and setting aside two percent of available revenue and the rainy day fund will lessen the likelihood of mid-year spending cuts if revenues should come in under projections,” said Governor Bryant. Governor Bryant also mentioned a request for a new and separate savings account that would house the remains from the initial BP oil spill settlement. “I still believe the funds should go where the worst damage occurred, our Gulf Coast. However, I think it would be wise to reserve those funds until appropriate projects and potential leveraging of other funds can be thoroughly considered.” Bryant assured the state that despite recent hardships, the state of Mississippi is moving in the right direction.
 
Cell Towers
More than a dozen cell towers may be put up throughout the city of La Crosse.
 


 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 





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