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- Azha TattoosAzha Sanders has worked as a licensed tattoo artist for 11 years and currently works at Forged True Tattoo in Brookhaven.
- John David BakerMississippi coach Lane Kiffin has hired John David Baker as passing game coordinator and tight ends coach.
- So Far, Six Candidates Running for Jackson Mayor, 12 For City Council SeatsTen days out from the deadline to qualify for city elections, Mayor Chokwe A. Lumumba is standing for primary election against two Democratic Party contenders, Kenneth Wilson and Palvise Patterson.
- Legislators Push for More Felony Expungements, Prison Labor Minimum WageSen. Derrick Simmons, D-Greenville, is asking the Legislature to add several felonies to the list of possible expungements from an inmate's permanent record five years after the offender’s sentence was fulfilled.
- Fresh Market Valentine's Meals, Mississippi Coding Academies and Madison Primary Care CenterIn preparation for Valentine's Day, The Fresh Market in Ridgeland is offering restaurant-style meals with heart-shaped entrees and desserts that couples can enjoy at home this year.
- Analysis: Transition Turmoil Splits Mississippi DelegationRepublican U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith of Mississippi won a 2018 special election and a 2020 regular election by making a single overarching promise—to support President Donald Trump.
- Azia’s Picks 1-22-21If you’re undecided like me about what to do this weekend, check out my picks. Whatever you decide, do it safely, responsibly and joyously!
- Legislature Struggles With COVID-19 Outbreak, Jackson Drive-Through Finally OpensThe Mississippi Legislature is grappling with yet another outbreak among its members, only a few short weeks into the 2021 session. Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann announced on Thursday that two members of the Senate have tested positive for COVID-19.
- Brexit Leader to Head Mississippi Public Policy CenterDouglas Carswell, a leader of the Brexit movement and newly appointed government trade adviser in the United Kingdom, is now the head of a conservative think tank in the American South.
- Mississippi Eases Some Education Mandates Amid PandemicBecause of disruptions caused by the coronavirus pandemic, Mississippi third graders and high school students will still take state-mandated exams this semester but will not be penalized for poor performance.
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