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President Obama amusingly releases birth certificate

    JANS-For the sake of trying to get the country and his critics to focus on larger issues alike, President Barack Obama released his long form birth certificate from Hawaii. The birth certificate contains more extensive data then the orginally one released by the White House. The certificate says Obama was born to an American […]

Fast Five Trailer

JANS-Being released nationwide this Friday,Fast Five starring Dwayne Johnson, Vin Diesal, Ludicras, Tyrease, and Paul Walker is set to change what you thought u knew about the Fast and the Furious series. Fast Five Trailer

Gov. Barbour decides not to run for Prez

JANS-After months of rumors and state visits Governor Haley Barbour announced on Monday that he would not be running for President of these United States. ”A candidate for president today is embracing a 10 year commitment to an all-consuming effort to the virtual exclusion of all else,”. Haley Barbour’s last term as the governor of […]

HBCU Summit Set To Make History

ATLANTA – On Friday, April 29, 2011, nine historically black colleges and universities will gather at Spelman College for the historic summit, “Facilitating Campus Climates of Pluralism, Inclusivity, and Progressive Change at HBCUs,” to examine institutional climate issues around diversity, inclusion, gender and sexuality at HBCUs. Launched by the Spelman College Women’s Research and Resource […]

Mississippi State Hospital Employees of the Month

Mae Helen McFarland, from Brandon, has been named Mississippi State Hospital’s (MSH) April Employee of the Month for Support Services.McFarland is Client Care Support staff member who has worked at the hospital for seven years. The MSH Employee of the Month award recognizes employees who have made outstanding contributions to the hospital through their work. The […]

Employees honored for service at Mississippi State Hospital

Mississippi State Hospital (MSH) recently honored employees with April anniversary dates for their years of service to the hospital. Service Awards are given to employees in the month of their date of hire, beginning with five years and every fifth year following. Employees receive a Certificate of Appreciation and a Service Award Pin. The program […]

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AKA’s hope to increase women in politics

By E.J. Russell Women make up over 50% of the population but less than 25% are in elected positions nationally and less than 15% in the State of Mississippi. Mississippi is ranked 47th    , with only Alabama, Oklahoma, and South Carolina performing worse. Many of those elected officials are responsible for enacting legislation and […]

Mississippi Braves Fall in Third Straight to Birmingham, 7-4 Three-run bottom of the sixth puts the Barons ahead for good; Braves fall to 4-9 in 2011.

Hoover, AL – The Mississippi Braves led 4-2 through five innings on Wednesday afternoon, but the bullpen couldn’t hold down the lead as the Birmingham Barons won 7-4 on a rainy day at Regions Park.   After an hour and twenty minute rain delay, Paul Clemens went five innings, giving up seven hits.  The only two […]

JPS’ Middle School wins academic challenge bowl

Jackson, MS- The Beta Delta Omega Chapter of Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. is pleased to announce that Northwest Middle School is the winner of the 2011 Middle School Academic Challenge Bowl. Peeples Middle School claimed second place as the runner-up, with teams from Blackburn and Powell Middle Schools finishing as semi-finalists. The Middle School […]