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Louisville names street after a former high school

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www.wcbi.com – Khamari Haymer – 2024-05-08 22:54:38

SUMMARY: Louisville Colored High School graduates, known as Trojans 4 , witnessed the renaming of a street in the to “Trojan Way” to honor their former school. The alumni, Billy Metts, Elmetria Patterson, and Charles Hampton, believe that this will preserve the school's history and educate future generations about the African American history in the area. They also hope that the renaming will help improve the neighborhood. The unveiling of Trojan Way was followed by the opening of another road called Baremore Street. The graduates are dedicated to preserving the legacy of their school and its impact on the community.

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Scattered storms through the end of the week – Home – WCBI TV

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www.wcbi.com – McKinley Dean – 2024-05-23 04:34:43

SUMMARY: COLUMBUS, Mississippi (WCBI) – A warm and rainy Thursday is expected with scattered showers and thunderstorms throughout the day, gradually clearing by evening. Multiple rounds of heavy rainfall could cause potential . Temperatures will rise to the mid to upper 80s and fall to the upper 60s overnight. On Friday, thunderstorms will continue with heavy rain and gusty winds in the morning, clearing by afternoon. Highs will remain in the upper 80s. Rain chances persist into the with warm and muggy conditions, seeing highs in the upper 80s to low 90s through .

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Mississippi Speaker’s tax reform plans entail lots of changes for state

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www.wjtv.com – Richard Lake – 2024-05-22 21:23:53

SUMMARY: Mississippi legislators will examine substantial tax reforms in the next , potentially leading to significant changes. Dr. Joshua Hendrickson from the of Mississippi highlights the complications of the current tax system, which taxes income, sales, and savings interest, urging a streamlined approach. Previous efforts include a phased-in tax cut from 2022, championed by Governor Tate Reeves. However, complete elimination of income tax may necessitate compensatory tax increases. House Speaker Jason White indicates that discussions will income, gas, and the nation's highest grocery tax, balancing complex financial and political considerations to maintain budgets.

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Students begin orientation at The W

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www.wcbi.com – Marcus Hunter – 2024-05-22 18:57:42

SUMMARY: Orientation at Mississippi for Women (MUW) helps transition to college . The program provides insights into university services, academic programs, and enrollment processes for the upcoming semester. It also offers students and opportunities to meet faculty, learn more about available resources, and interact with current students and fellow newcomers. For continuous updates, follow WCBI on Facebook and X.

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