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Immigration

'Horrified' Activists Rally Against Natchez Migrant Facility

Immigrants rights activists protested against the Trump administration's decision to open immigrant detention facilities in Mississippi outside the U.S. District Court court building in Jackson on July 12, 2019.

Education

Candidates: Mississippi Should Focus on Vocational Education

Republican Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves said Monday that he's proposing the state spend $100 million to try to improve job skills. Reeves said the single largest expense would be $75 million to community colleges for workforce training.

Person of the Day

Reshonda Perryman

Visit Jackson, an organization that promotes tourism in the city, hired Reshonda Perryman as its new creative design manager on June 24.

Immigration

OPINION: The 'Illegal' Immigrants

There is a great deal of confusion about what an "illegal" immigrant is. The need to revamp our immigration laws and the policies on enforcing those laws is glaringly obvious.

Food

Celebrating Coffee Concentrate and Business Expansion

Mississippi Cold Drip Coffee & Tea Co. has been steadily expanding since Raymond Horn started the business in 2013. Now, the business has expanded its space and is working on adding more products to its offerings.

Music Listings

Bonny Blair's - Open Jam 7 p.m.

Char - Tommie Vaughn 6 p.m.

Drago's - Barry Leach 6 p.m.

Fenian's - Open Mic 9 p.m.

Hal & Mal's - Jazz with Raphael Semmes & Friends

Kathryn's - Road Hogs 6:30 p.m.

Pelican Cove - Ralph Miller 6 p.m.

Table 100 - Chalmers Davis 6 p.m.