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Stewart bringing voice to KC

Twisted Rodeo - 1 hour 33 min ago

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Andy Stewart looks at his job from many angles.

He is a researcher, a statistician and an entertainer. He has the unique ability to put it all together as one of the top emcees in professional rodeo, a six-time nominee for the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association’s Announcer of the Year.

He will bring his talents to Kansas City as the voice of the American Royal PRCA Rodeo, set for 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 25, and 2 and 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 26, at Hale Arena inside the American Royal Complex.

Andy Stewart

Andy Stewart

“I feel that production is extremely important in the world of rodeo,” said Stewart, now in his 20th year in the PRCA. “If people get a $20 ticket, then we need to give them $40 worth of entertainment and get the most bang for their buck.”

It’s something fans have come to expect with the American Royal Rodeo over the years.

“Anytime you can be part of rodeo history – and every great cowboy, every legend that has been associated with our sport has been to the American Royal – it’s pretty special,” he said. “There are not a whole lot of rodeos in our industry that can make that kind of statement.

“For those guys to put enough trust in me to bring me in there to be part of that rodeo is a thrill.”

The American Royal Rodeo takes place on the final weekend of the 2015 regular season. It is a major stop for contestants who are scrambling to finish the campaign in a position to qualify for the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo, the sport’s grand finale that features the top 15 cowboys and cowgirls in each event.

That just adds to the excitement that is Kansas City’s ProRodeo.

“It’s almost like being a wildcard game in the NFL or Major League Baseball,” Stewart said. “These guys might have one shot left to make it. It’s so important, because I’ve seen guys that go to rodeos like Kansas City with that much money in the pot at the end of the season, and they can win enough money to get them to the NFR or winning a world title.

“When you talk about the extensive travel these guys have to do, the money they have to spend to get up and down the road, a rodeo like the American Royal becomes extremely crucial because they make their money at the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo – that’s where they put money in the bank for the winter and hold them over for the next year.”

That just adds to the atmosphere in Kansas City.

“It turns up the level of competition as well,” he said. “Hunger is a major motivator; it’s a financial motivation for these guys. They’ve got families, they’ve got bills, they’ve got things that they’ve got to pay. When it comes crunch time like that at a great rodeo, you see the intensity level and the competition level step up another notch.”

Stewart knows what it takes to work at an elite level. He works many of the biggest rodeos in the country, including the legendary Cheyenne (Wyo.) Frontier Days Rodeo. One reason is because of his energetic, booming voice. Another is the extra work he puts ahead of each rodeo performance so that he can be the perfect voice of the fans.

For every hour he’s on the microphone, Stewart spends many more going through biographies and background and looking over all the important statistics of each competitor in the show. He understands what it takes to compete at an elite level, and he wants fans to realize it, too. It is, after all, the perfect mix of world-class competition and true family-friendly entertainment.

“Rodeos like the American Royal are special to the best of the best, the world champions,” Stewart said. “It’s not necessarily for the money, but it’s an honor and a privilege to enter Kansas City. It’s another notch on your belt to win a rodeo like the American Royal.”

Categories: Twisted Rodeo

The Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway can be gateway to global economy

MSU News - 2 hours 35 min ago

Contact: Carol Gifford

STARKVILLE, Miss. – The Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway is an engine for economic development with great potential for future growth, said Domenico “Mimmo” Parisi, executive director of the National Strategic Planning and Analysis Research Center, or NSPARC, a research unit of Mississippi State University.

Parisi’s remarks, delivered Thursday [Aug. 27] at the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway Development Opportunities Conference in Point Clear, Ala., were based on a recent economic analysis of the Tenn-Tom Waterway produced by NSPARC.

The Tenn-Tom is a 234-mile manmade waterway that connects the Tennessee and Tombigbee Rivers and runs through Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee and Kentucky. Constructed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and opened in 1985, the Tenn-Tom creates a 1,300-mile water system between the Ohio River and Gulf of Mexico.

“The Tenn-Tom Waterway was strategically planned to create an economy around it,” said Parisi, a sociology professor at MSU.

The waterway primarily provides a cost-effective and safe way to transport goods, Parisi said. Shipments are increasing and more diverse commodities are being shipped on the Tenn-Tom due to the development of advanced manufacturing nearby, including automotive, aerospace, chemical, petroleum product and hydropower firms.

“For every federal dollar spent [for the Tenn-Tom’s commercial navigation], an additional $3.54 is returned to the treasury, resulting from local, state, and federal tax revenues and annual economic output,” he said. “The Tenn-Tom is also responsible for more than 24,000 full-time jobs, developing a middle-skill workforce, and supporting an education system of 23 community colleges and 14 universities.”

The Tenn-Tom is poised to capitalize on growth in manufacturing in other parts of the country, added Parisi, citing the rapid growth of a variety of advanced chemical and plastic manufacturing facilities located on the Ohio River basin. He said the Tenn-Tom is uniquely positioned to emerge as the prime means for transporting chemical and plastic goods from Ohio River-based facilities to the Gulf of Mexico.

Outdoor recreation represents another major contribution from the Tenn-Tom, Parisi said. More than 1.7 million annual visitors to the Tenn-Tom region take part in fishing, boating and water activities, camping, hiking picnicking, sightseeing, and hunting.

Parisi said that for every federal dollar spent on recreation around the Tenn-Tom, $1.22 is returned to the treasury from tax revenues, job creation and personal income.

Parisi also discussed other uses of the Tenn-Tom, including water for residential and commercial use, water for irrigation of farmland and infrastructure, and flood control.

“The Tenn-Tom impacts 17 metro areas, 111 counties and 6 million people,” said Parisi. “With expansive room for growth and more investment, the waterway can be the centerpiece of multi-state regional opportunities and become a gateway to the global economy.”

For more about NSPARC, visit www.nsparc.msstate.edu. Parisi may be reached at 662-325-9242.

MSU, Mississippi’s flagship research institution, is online at www.msstate.edu.

McFatrich Era Opens Friday With Bulldog Invitational

Bulldog Beat - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 9:01pm
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Months of preparation, practice and planning are officially in the books. Friday, Aug. 28, the Mississippi State volleyball Bulldogs open the 2015 season and the David McFatrich era with a doubleheader in the Bulldog Invitational at the Newell-Grissom Building.

STATEMENT OF MSU PRESIDENT MARK E. KEENUM

MSU News - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 6:11pm

“Today, our usually placid Thursday campus routine was interrupted by a frighteningly real threat of violence. Fortunately, our MSU Police, the Division of Student Affairs, and our Crisis Action Team were able to manage this threat and the outcome was that no one was injured, no shots were fired, and no gun was found to have been used by the student making threats against himself and others.

“But something else happened today. We tested procedures designed to protect all of us through our Crisis Action Team responses. Those responses and protocols worked and worked successfully. And they worked because by and large, our students, faculty and staff knew what to do and knew how to react.

“I have directed the Provost to make sure that our faculty are as lenient as possible with regard to the attendance policies so no one is unjustly penalized with regard to class absences. I have also taken steps to make sure that we offer appropriate counseling to any member of our MSU family who desires such assistance.

“Tomorrow, our Crisis Action Team will return to the table to examine what we learned during these tense hours and how we can use that knowledge to make us all even safer tomorrow. But for now, let’s all be thankful for the safe resolution of today’s unfortunate incident and keep our eyes firmly on our business here at MSU – learning, research, and service.”

 

MSU President: ‘Safety of our Students is Paramount’

MSU News - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 6:02pm

By Sid Salter, 601-507-8004

STARKVILLE, Miss.--At a late-morning press conference today, Mississippi State President Mark E. Keenum praised campus and local law enforcement for their “swift response” in apprehending a student who made threats to harm himself and others.

“We take all incidents like this very seriously, and I’m glad to report that there was no weapon found in this incident and no shots were fired,” Keenum said. “Our campus is safe.”

Keenum commended the MSU Police Department, the Division of Student Affairs, and the university’s Crisis Action Team for their handling of the tense situation.

“The highest priority I have as president of this university is the safety of our students, faculty and staff,” said Keenum. “We are always, always going to err on the side of caution in protecting our most precious resource – our people.”

Law enforcement officials at Mississippi State arrested Phu-Qui Cong “Bill” Nguyen today (Aug. 27) on the Starkville Campus at approximately 10:26 a.m. near the university’s McCool Hall.

Nguyen will appear in court to face charges of disorderly conduct and has been referred to a medical facility for routine mental and psychological evaluation. Rice said the investigation into the incident by MSU Police was ongoing.

A call came in to MSU Police from the Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol at approximately 10:10 a.m. revealed that a student on the Starkville campus was threatening suicide in addition to threatening to do harm to others.

Keenum said: “The incident Wednesday morning in Virginia is a reminder that institutions such as ours must be vigilant and be prepared to respond as we did today – swiftly, decisively and without hesitation to protect our students, faculty, and staff.”

Despite the disruption on campus, Keenum said his “thoughts and prayers” are with all impacted by this incident, including the suspect’s family.

MSU issued a “Maroon Alert” notice at 10:16 a.m. Nguyen was taken into custody ten minutes later. Chief Vance Rice said MSU Police was grateful to all federal, state and local law enforcement agencies who responded immediately and assisted in arresting the 20-year-old freshman computer engineering student from Madison.

Assisting MSU in the incident were the Oktibbeha County Sheriff’s Office, the Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol, Starkville Police Department, the Miss. Emergency Management Agency, the Miss. Department of Health, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

Classes resumed under normal conditions at 2 p.m. Thursday.

MSU Student Association President JoJo Dodd said, “We are certain now that our Bulldog Family is safe. We are reminded in these times of the commitment we have to each other and this community that we share.”

The Mississippi State University Student Counseling Services are available to support any students who need assistance.  The center is open Monday-Friday, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., for walk-in appointments and counselors are on call 24 hours a day.  Services can be accessed by calling 662-325-2091.

 

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is a transcription of the call received by MSU PD from the Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol alerting MSU to the potential active shooter.

Transcription of the phone call from Miss. Highway Patrol to MSU Police:

MHP: Hey, Tina. Quinton Williams. I’m with the MS Hwy Patrol. You guys are aware you are going to possibly have an active shooter on campus at this time?

MSU: No. I had a suicide call from Jackson saying the guy was suicidal at Carpenter Hall. What was she (the caller) saying to you?

MHP: Well, she was saying the guy was going to actually shoot others as well as himself. He’s, at this point, in Carpenter Hall.

MSU: Did she say what room?

MHP: She did not say what room that he was in, but they still have her actively on the line as we are speaking now. The subject’s name is Bill Nguyen. He is going to be an Oriental male. Does that help any?

MSU: MSU to all units, we have a possible active shooter in Carpenter Hall. This is not a test. Vietnamese male. Do not know what floor.  Just know he’s a Vietnamese male by the name of Bill. This is not a test.

Hail State Hoops Season Tickets On Sale Now

Bulldog Beat - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 4:17pm
STARKVILLE, Miss. – A new season of Hail State Hoops is coming, and fans can catch all the action as season tickets for Mississippi State's 2015-16 season went on sale this week.

Season Ticket Sales Underway For Men’s Basketball

Bulldog Beat - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 3:59pm
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Bulldog Club Members ranked in the Top 5,000 looking to become new season ticket holders for men's basketball can begin purchasing tickets beginning Sept. 1.

Soccer Hits the Road For Weekend Slate In Tampa

Bulldog Beat - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 12:00pm
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Aaron Gordon takes his squad on the road for the first time this season, as Mississippi State heads to Tampa, Fla., for a weekend swing with Florida Gulf Coast and South Florida.

Campbell Dale offers inspiration to those at MSU

Bulldog Beat - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 11:58am
I shouldn't be writing about Campbell Dale. I shouldn't even know who he is. A five year old closing in on his sixth birthday next month, Campbell should be in a kindergarten class right now, smiling, napping and learning how to add small numbers.

Moreland Makes Significant Donation To New Dudy Noble Field

Bulldog Beat - Thu, 08/27/2015 - 11:46am
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Former Mississippi State baseball great Mitch Moreland recently made a $100,000 donation toward the new Dudy Noble Field, the MSU Bulldog Club announced Thursday.

Men’s Tennis Lands Top-Talent Borges For Spring Campaign

Bulldog Beat - Wed, 08/26/2015 - 7:33pm
STARKVILLE, Miss. – Second-year coach Matt Roberts added another gem to his already stellar 2015-2016 recruiting class with the announcement of Portuguese standout Nuno Borges, who signed with Mississippi State on Wednesday.

Mississippi State to host FAA public meeting

MSU News - Wed, 08/26/2015 - 6:59pm

Contact: Jim Laird

STARKVILLE, Miss.--Mississippi’s flagship research university will host a public meeting next month featuring regulators, scientists and industry representatives who are working together to integrate unmanned aircraft safely into the nation’s airspace.

Open to all, the two-hour, two-part ASSURE Center of Excellence-hosted event will take place Sept. 15 at Mississippi State, and include a discussion on opportunities to partner with the center as well as remarks by the FAA’s Southern Region Administrator Dennis Roberts.

Beginning at 11 a.m. at the Bryan Athletic Administration Building on the MSU campus, participants will discuss the agency’s new national Center of Excellence for Unmanned Aircraft Systems and its role in developing rules regulating commercial unmanned aerial systems (UAS).

After an extensive competitive review process, the FAA in May selected the Mississippi State-led Alliance for System Safety of UAS through Research Excellence to operate the new center. (For more, see ASSUREuas.org.)

According to ASSURE’s executive director at MSU, the new center will provide the agency and industry with research to maximize the potential of commercial unmanned systems with minimal changes to the current system regulating manned aircraft.

“All of our ASSURE partners know unmanned systems and the FAA,” said USAF Maj. Gen. (Ret.) James Poss.

“The ASSURE team is uniquely positioned to take advanced research and turn it into FAA rules that work for the agency and industry,” he said.

The center of excellence meeting will continue from noon to 1 p.m., and will include a question-and-answer period. Both sessions will feature live unmanned vehicle demonstrations.

“We want to help the UAS market achieve its multi-billion dollar potential, and the best way to do that is to provide accurate information and relevant research to all of our U.S. and international stakeholders,” he said.

The September public meeting is a very important part of that process, Poss said.

Poss encourages members of the local community, media, and students, faculty and staff to attend either session or to stay for both.

For additional information about the meeting, please contact Kelly Collier at kcollier@hpc.msstate.edu or 228-688-3403.

Direct media inquiries to Harriet Laird at hlaird@opa.msstate.edu or 662-325-7460.

MSU is Mississippi’s flagship research university, available online at www.msstate.edu.

ERA plans its first finale in Dallas

Twisted Rodeo - Wed, 08/26/2015 - 5:14pm

There seems to a buzz centered on the newly founded Elite Rodeo Athletes organization.

In fact, there was so much interest in tuning in online for a rebroadcast of Wednesday’s news conference at the American Airlines Center in Dallas that association’s website was overwhelmed, and the news conference was not available for more than two hours.

Much of the news was about the ERA’s first championship event, which will take place Nov. 9-13, 2015, at the American Airlines Center. In fact, the same information was shared by the Dallas Morning News in a story that was published Tuesday. You can read it HERE. To watch the news conference, click HERE.

ERA-Rodeo-logo-NEWThe ERA and the Dallas Sports Commission have entered into a five-year partnership for Dallas to host the finale, which will feature a $3 million purse.

“Dallas is no stranger to hosting world-class events,” said Tony Garritano, president and CEO of the organization. “Through the process, it became pretty evident they wanted the home to be here.”

Garritano discussed a 15-event regular season, but no schedule has been released on when and where those events will occur. According to the news conference, the ERA will focus its events on the top contestants in the game. Of those mentioned in the sizzle piece that accompanied the conference, 29 are world champions; the 21 others have been to the Wrangler National Finals Rodeo at least once, most multiple times.

“There is a more efficient and better way to showcase rodeo’s best,” Garritano said. “This is the first time in history that these folks here will compete the same night every event throughout the regular-season tour and be nationally televised from start to finish.”

He also indicated there will be a qualifying system to allow for rising stars the opportunity to compete with others at the ERA. Information on the qualifying system should be available to the public in October.

“You will have the same opportunity,” he said, pointing to contestants that are not part of the ERA at this time. “It is wide open for anyone who has the ability to make it to that level.”

Trevor Brazile

Trevor Brazile

The tour is scheduled to be aired on Fox Sports. Many who were part of the news conference pointed to that media relationship as a big step.

“I think the fans are going to be the biggest winners,” said Trevor Brazile, a 21-time world champion in the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Association. “The sport is underdelivered to the fans; we’ve got such great fans, and they deserve more and they’re going to get more.

“There are a lot of story lines in rodeo that our fans miss out on. This is bringing rodeo to a modern day sports property, and that’s where it needs to be.”

Categories: Twisted Rodeo

Women’s Cross Country Ranked No. 23 By Flotrack

Bulldog Beat - Wed, 08/26/2015 - 1:10pm
STARKVILLE, Miss. – With the 2015 cross country season just over one week away, the Mississippi State women's team has earned a No. 23 preseason ranking by Flotrack's Saucony Flo50 XC Countdown.

Famous Maroon Band begins 113th year, announces drum majors

MSU News - Wed, 08/26/2015 - 12:39pm
MSU's Famous Maroon Band (Photo by Megan Bean)

Contact: Paige Watson

MSU's Famous Maroon Band (Photo by Megan Bean)

STARKVILLE, Miss.—With annual band camp concluded, Mississippi State’s 330-member Famous Maroon Band is turning its attention to fine-tuning routines for the 2015-16 school year.

Veteran director Elva Kaye Lance said this year’s contingent represents 14 states in addition to Mississippi, from which 68 percent hail. While the organization is part of the university’s College of Education, membership, as always, includes a wide range of academic majors, she added.

“We are very excited to be entering our 113th year,” said Lance, who shares Famous Maroon Band duties with co-directors Craig Aarhus and Clifton Taylor.

“During camp, it was incredible to see our incoming freshmen, many of whom held leadership positions in high school, raise the standard and influence our returning members to become better and better each year,” the MSU and Famous Maroon Band alumna said.

Lance said this year’s four drum majors will include:

—Twin sisters Ashley S. and Brittany C. Carey from Olive Branch. Ashley is a junior mechanical engineering major; Brittany, a senior double-major in educational psychology and foreign language/Spanish.

—Junior Cooper A. Haywood of Madison, an instrumental music education and vocal music education double-major.

—Junior Jesse D. Newton of Eupora, a human sciences/fashion design and merchandising major.  

According to Haywood, this year’s camp was “one of the best” he has experienced while at MSU.

Junior Ellen S. Moore of Brandon, also a music education major, joined Haywood in praising the training program. “During band camp, I made a ton of friends and everything was so organized,” she said. “The week moved quickly, but we managed to accomplish a lot.”

Lance said the MSU marching unit could not be successful without the “hard work and tireless dedication” of Aarhus and Taylor.

“In addition to the band directors, another vital member of our leadership team is Jason Baker,” Lance continued, explaining that the music department associate professor “arranges and instructs our percussionists.”

At her promotion to director in 2002, Lance became only the eighth leader of the marching unit over its long history. During her time at the helm, “We’ve received tremendous support from both former band members and faculty in the College of Education, which is a great fit for us,” she said.

Lance said 2015 fall football halftime performances will include a variety of popular pieces, including a “Funkytown” theme and a play on Disney classic “The Happiest Show on Earth.”

In addition, the band also coordinates two pep bands for men’s and women’s basketball, as well as numerous choral ensembles and concert bands throughout the spring semester. To learn more, visit www.msuband.msstate.edu/index.php.

MSU is Mississippi’s flagship research university, available online at www.msstate.edu.

Don't Miss a Beat: Tips for Enjoying a Live Concert

Lifestyles - Wed, 08/26/2015 - 8:48am
Five words or less

(NewsUSA) - A concert is more than an evening excursion. This is your chance to go out in the town, mingle with friends, and discover the hottest new up-and-coming artists to add to your everyday playlist.

For some, this all seems like added pressure. Too much pressure, maybe. Is it possible to just sit back and enjoy a concert without fudging the details? We think so. Here are a few tips to guarantee the best of the best concert nights:

Know the Band

It's every music-lovers dream: showing up to concerts on a whim, anywhere, anytime. Unfortunately, this is a recipe for social blunders. You know, the mistakes that your friends won't stop reminding you about for weeks. Before you go, Google the artist, especially if they're new in town. Is this a head-banging rock concert or a sophisticated evening of light jazz? Let the genre help you pick your attire and your attitude.

Plus-Ones Preferred

Spread the word, and make an event of it. Use this can't-miss concert as a way to catch up with your pals, get to know the other folks in the office or surprise a special someone.

Keep It Classy

We know that you love your favorite drink. But keep it classy. No one wants to carry you home, and even fewer people still paid money to hear you singing along with the band.

Go Prepared

Make sure you have what you need for the evening. In addition to the basics, like your keys, your cell phone and a pair of shoes, you can actually walk in, take along the accessory you use to do what you do.

If you dip, consider packing a FLASR, the portable spittoon. This Atlanta-based product fits in your pocket and has a secure-locking mechanism, so you don't need to worry about embarrassing spills.

For more information, please visit www.flasr.com.

Tips to Enjoy Pest-Free Camping This Summer

Lifestyles - Wed, 08/26/2015 - 8:45am
Five words or less

(NewsUSA) - Camping is a favorite activity for outdoor enthusiasts across the country. There are few better ways to take in the fresh air and relax than by spending some time out in the elements without all the distractions of everyday life. However, it's important to keep in mind that the great outdoors is also home to some serious health threats -- and you may be surprised at the "biggest" culprits!

While small in size, mosquitoes and ticks are out in abundance this time of year. Just one bite from an infected mosquito or tick can have chronic, and possibly fatal, consequences.

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), late summer is peak time for West Nile virus infections (WNV), and transmission of the disease frequently continues into the fall as well. According to the National Pest Management Association's medical advisor, Dr. Jorge Parada, the elderly, children and those with weakened immune systems are most vulnerable to West Nile virus infections, which can be fatal in severe cases.

Ticks are capable of transmitting a variety of illnesses to humans, the most common being Lyme disease. Spread by the blacklegged deer tick, Lyme disease has historically been a problem in the northeast U.S. However, an August 2015 report from the CDC found blacklegged deer ticks are expanding their territory farther in to the West and South, bringing the threat of Lyme disease with them.

The National Pest Management Association offers the following tips for campers to protect themselves from mosquito and tick bites:

* Always apply insect repellent containing DEET, picaridin or IR3535 when outdoors and use as directed on the product label.

* Reduce the amount of skin exposed during dusk and dawn, when certain types of mosquitoes are most active.

* Avoid areas where ticks are most abundant, including high grasses and low-growing vegetation along the edge of the woods or a trail.

* Wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts and closed-toe shoes when outdoors. While hiking, tuck long pants into your socks to keep ticks out.

* Consider investing in permethrin-treated clothing and gear for an extra level of protection and choose light-colored clothing that will make spotting ticks easier.

* Inspect yourself and your companions carefully for ticks after being outdoors; finding and removing ticks in a timely manner is critical to preventing disease.

For more information on mosquitoes and ticks, please visit www.pestworld.org.

Livestream for Wednesday's General Faculty meeting

MSU News - Wed, 08/26/2015 - 1:00am

The fall General Faculty meeting at Mississippi State on Wednesday [Aug. 26] will be available for viewing online beginning at 4 p.m. at http://mymedia.msstate.edu/viewer.php?live=faculty.

MSU Surpasses 50,000 in Football Season Ticket Sales

Bulldog Beat - Tue, 08/25/2015 - 6:32pm
STARKVILLE, Miss. – For the first time in program history, Mississippi State football has eclipsed the 50,000-mark in season ticket sales, the MSU Athletic Ticket Office announced on Tuesday.

Planned water outage for Hill Poultry Science Building early Wednesday

MSU News - Tue, 08/25/2015 - 5:27pm

Due to a water line repair, there will be a planned water outage at Mississippi State's Hill Poultry Science Building on Wednesday [Aug. 26] beginning at 6 a.m. The interruption is expected to last approximately two hours.

Thank you for your patience during this temporary outage.

 

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