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- UM Student Working with Smithsonian, USM 2019 Cultural Arts Series and "Stand to Stop Hazing" at MSUUniversity of Mississippi recently announced that junior art history major Grace Moorman will travel to Washington, D.C., to work as a curatorial intern at the Smithsonian Institution's National Portrait Gallery for the spring 2019 semester.
- Mississippi May Mandate Ten Commandments and Pledges to State, U.S. Flags in SchoolsMississippi law would require schoolchildren to recite the Pledge of Allegiance and see the Ten Commandments be displayed on public-school walls under new bills in the Legislature this session.
- Hunter RenfroeCurrent San Diego Padres outfielder and former Mississippi State University baseball player Hunter Renfroe might be the biggest draw of the night at the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame and Museum's Hot Stove Hall of Fame Evening.
- City: Man, 61, May Have Died After Altercation with Jackson PoliceThe City of Jackson sent out a cryptic and short press statement at 5:12 p.m. today, indicating that an older man may have died from an encounter with Jackson police on Sunday, Jan. 13, after a low-level misdemeanor stop.
- Shutdown Hits Mississippi Harder than 90 Percent of StatesThe ongoing federal government shutdown is doing more damage in Mississippi than in most states, an analysis finds. Mississippi ranks eighth, according to WalletHub.
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- Nissan to Cut Up to 700 Contract Workers in MississippiNissan Motor Co. announced Thursday that it's cutting up to 700 contract workers at its Mississippi assembly plant, citing slowing sales for vans and Titan pickup trucks that it makes there.
- Bryant Pushes Teacher Pay, School Safety in State of StateMississippi Gov. Phil Bryant used his final State of the State speech Tuesday to look back on his two terms and to offer proposals for his final year in office.
- Mississippi Governor Giving Final State of the State SpeechMississippi Gov. Phil Bryant is outlining policy priorities for his eighth and final year in office in his final State of the State speech Tuesday evening at the state Capitol.
- Judge Bars Citizenship Question from 2020 CensusA federal judge blocked the Trump administration Tuesday from asking about citizenship status on the 2020 census.
- Mississippi Treasurer Fitch Running for Attorney GeneralRepublican Lynn Fitch of Ridgeland, Mississippi's second-term state treasurer, says she is running for attorney general because she wants to protect gun rights, fight opioid abuse and crack down on human trafficking.
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