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  • Jackson's water crisis deepens

    Jackson's water crisis deepens

    Saturday, January 20 2018 1:27 AM EST2018-01-20 06:27:41 GMT

    Jackson's water crisis deepens. City leaders are scrambling to control the outbreak of water main breaks caused by freezing weather. Some residents are still dealing with a dramatic drop in pressure.     

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    Jackson's water crisis deepens. City leaders are scrambling to control the outbreak of water main breaks caused by freezing weather. Some residents are still dealing with a dramatic drop in pressure.     

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  • Jackson's two new museums offer more free admission

    Jackson's two new museums offer more free admission

    Saturday, January 20 2018 12:39 AM EST2018-01-20 05:39:41 GMT
    Source: WLBTSource: WLBT

    Thousands of Mississippians took advantage of touring the two new museums during the Martin Luther King holiday for free earlier this week. 

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    Thousands of Mississippians took advantage of touring the two new museums during the Martin Luther King holiday for free earlier this week. 

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  • JCJC softball enters 2018 with high expectations

    JCJC softball enters 2018 with high expectations

    Saturday, January 20 2018 12:10 AM EST2018-01-20 05:10:08 GMT
    JCJC softball opens the season on February 3. Courtesy: WDAMJCJC softball opens the season on February 3. Courtesy: WDAM

    Following a school-record 55 wins and run that ended in an 8-7 loss in the NJCAA national championship, Jones County Junior College softball is eager to open the 2018 season on February 3. Coming that close to the school’s first national title serves as motivation enough for the Lady Bobcats. Regardless, expectations are always high for coach Chris Robinson’s teams – JCJC is a combined 105-12 the last two seasons.

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    Following a school-record 55 wins and run that ended in an 8-7 loss in the NJCAA national championship, Jones County Junior College softball is eager to open the 2018 season on February 3. Coming that close to the school’s first national title serves as motivation enough for the Lady Bobcats. Regardless, expectations are always high for coach Chris Robinson’s teams – JCJC is a combined 105-12 the last two seasons.

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