State marks bicentennial with museums opening, events
Assuming Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant concurs with the state takeover of the Jackson School District, Dr. Margie Pulley has her work cut out for her.
During Carey Wright’s four-year tenure as the state’s public education chief, there have been regular concerns about the hiring and spending practices at the Mississippi Department of Education.
Recent hearings by Congress with Navy officials regarding the deaths of 17 Navy sailors in collisions of the USS McCain, the USS Fitzsgerald, the USS Lake Champlain and USS Lake Antietam cited budgetary, operational, training and operational management and leadership.
Chris Anderson, CEO of Mississippi Baptist Health Services was a recent speaker at the Rotary Club of Jackson. Shown are (from left) President Brooks Buchanan, Anderson, and Neddie Winters, Rotary president-elect.
Mr. and Mrs. John Terrell Brown Jr. of Baton Rouge announce the marriage of their daughter, Jane Lloyd to David Laurence Goodyear Dossett, son of Mr. and Mrs. William Kethley Dossett of Cleveland and Covington, La. The double ring ceremony took place April 22, at First United Methodist Church in Baton Rouge and was officiated by the Rev.
Rachel Cliburn of Atlanta, met Justin Branco of London, Ontario, Canada in Mexico in December of 2011 when each was on a family vacation. After years of dating long-distance, they will marry on November 11, at All Souls Fellowship in Decatur, Ga., in a morning ceremony and reception.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hall of Picayune, announce the engagement of their daughter, Julie Ann Hall, to John Trent Marchman, son of Brenda Blair of Fairhope, Ala., and Richard Van Marchman of Fort Worth.