fbpx
Connect with us

Local News

West Harrison teenager Kinsley McBride earned the right to compete in the National Junior High Rodeo Finals in Des Moines, Iowa

Published

on

www.wxxv25.com – Ansley Brent – 2024-06-15 14:04:09

SUMMARY: Kinsley McBride, a rising 8th grader from Harrison, excels in multiple rodeo , driven by a lifelong fascination with horses. Starting lessons due to her grandmother's influence, she has been horses since age three. Her bond with her horse Houdini, whom she began working with at six, is crucial to their . McBride competes in various events pole bending and breakaway roping, and recently qualified for the National Junior High Finals Rodeo. Alongside her rodeo aspirations, she prioritizes her studies and spiritual , aiming to compete in college rodeos and potentially the National Rodeo Finals.

Read the full article

The post West Harrison teenager Kinsley McBride earned the right to compete in the National Junior High Rodeo Finals in Des Moines, Iowa appeared first on www..com

Advertisement

Local News

MDMR establishes grant program for certified seafood processors

Published

on

www.wxxv25.com Staff – 2024-07-12 15:08:55

SUMMARY: The Mississippi Department of Marine Resources has launched a grant program for certified seafood processors under the 2019 Mississippi Bonnet Carré Fisheries Disaster Recovery Program to enhance seafood processing methods and . Applications are accepted from July 15 to September 13, 2024. Eligible processors must meet specific criteria, residency and licensing requirements. Reimbursable projects include adopting new processing technologies, infrastructure enhancements, equipment purchases, and facility upgrades. The grant is funded in response to the 2019 Bonnet Carré Spillway . For applications and more information, visit dmr.ms.gov or email 2019bcprocessor@dmr.ms.gov.

Read the full article

The post MDMR establishes grant program for certified seafood processors appeared first on www..com

Advertisement
Continue Reading

Local News

Data of nearly all AT&T customers downloaded to a third-party platform in security breach

Published

on

www.wxxv25.com Staff – 2024-07-12 11:55:37

SUMMARY: AT&T disclosed a security breach affecting nearly 109 million customer accounts via a third-party platform. The incident, occurring mostly from May to October 2022, involved AT&T cellular, MVNO, and landline customers' interactions but did not expose sensitive personal data. The breach, attributed to inadequate data storage security, the tracing of call patterns and connections. AT&T emphasized the absence of content, timestamps, Social Security numbers, or names in the compromised data but acknowledged the potential to match phone numbers to individuals using public . The breach is part of a growing trend of cyberattacks on businesses and institutions, highlighting the need for stricter security measures.

Read the full article

The post Data of nearly all AT&T customers downloaded to a third-party platform in security breach appeared first on www..com

Advertisement
Continue Reading

Local News

Community members rally behind Aubreigh Wyatt’s family following lawsuit

Published

on

www.wxxv25.com – Brooke Parker – 2024-07-09 17:15:43

SUMMARY: People and local businesses from the Coast are supporting the of Aubreigh Wyatt, a 13-year-old who committed suicide due to alleged bullying. Rosita's taco hosted a benefit to with legal fees a against the Wyatt family. The community reacted strongly against a judge's order for the family to take down social posts about Aubreigh. Advocates like Cambre Roberts stress the importance of kindness and dialogue against bullying. Aubreigh's mother, Heather, continues to fight for justice as the community rallies for change and accountability, with a court date set for July 18th.

Read the full article

The post Community members rally behind Aubreigh Wyatt's family following lawsuit appeared first on www..com

Advertisement
Continue Reading

News from the South

Trending