Magnolia State


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Although national records for such feats are unknown, it's certain Rives is the only Magnolia State bowhunter who can make the claim of back-to-back bucks with more than 192 gross inches.
Since the arrival of the new millennium, higher learning has helped to transform the Magnolia State into an economic and workiCorce development powerhouse.
Danny Glenn, president of Magnolia State Bank, has retired from the company.
The meth epidemic, according to WLOX-TY reporter Keli Rabon, "has swept the nation and has hit the Magnolia State particularly hard.
As part of Interlink Publishing's On-the-Road Histories series, which links the 50 states of the union to their colorful past, Mississippi covers the history of the Magnolia State from the settling of the Chickasaw, Choctaw and Natchez tribes to the devastation of Hurricane Katrina.
com, Balko traveled to the Magnolia State and came away with a terrifying tale of overzealous cops, courtroom blunders, and well-intentioned screw-ups that have resulted in what can only be called a miscarriage of justice.
The Magnolia State isn't exactly on the top of transportation planners' priority lists, but no matter.
30) Commenting on black veterans' loan opportunities in the Magnolia State, Wright succinctly summarized: "To Negro veterans in Mississippi getting a G.
Mississippi, the Magnolia State, woos guests to its shores with its uniquely Southern style.
Down south in the Magnolia State, Mississippi lawmakers passed one of the "toughest lobbying reporting laws in the nation," according to a state newspaper.
and Roger Wicker (R-Miss) today commended Morgan Elise Atkins of Olive Branch and Noah Harris of Hattiesburg on their selection to represent the Magnolia State at the 56th annual United States Senate Youth Program (USSYP).
If you can't make the trip to any of the birding hotspots, Mississippi is lucky to have an abundance of local winged residents residing in the Magnolia State.
The Magnolia State lender, which operates with a staff of seven, tallied net income of $16,000 through the first nine months of 2014.
The Magnolia State is both the poorest and most conservative state in the nation.