Senator Hyde-Smith cherishes the diversity of the people of Mississippi and celebrates their accomplishments—both past and present.
MISS. LAWMAKERS CHEER SELECTION OF SOUTHERN MISS TO OPERATE NEW RESEARCH VESSEL
USM to Lead Gulf of Mexico Research Operations for National Science Foundation
WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) and Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.), and Representative Steven Palazzo (R-Miss.), today welcomed the news that the University of Southern Mississippi (USM) has been selected by the National Science Foundation (NSF) as the operating institution for a newly-constructed Regional Class Research...
HYDE-SMITH PRESENTS HIGHEST CIVILIAN DEFENSE MEDAL TO JAY BLOUNT OF GREENVILLE
Blount Only the Second Mississippian to Earn Prestigious Honor Based on his Sacrifices as a Civilian Contractor in Iraq
PHOTO: U.S. Senator Hyde-Smith presents Jay Blount of Greenville (center) with the Defense of Freedom medal, the highest Defense Department honor for a civilian.
(From left: son and daughter-in-law Heath and Megan Blount; grandson Sutton Blount; daughter Jade Melton; Sutton; Hyde-Smith; LTC...
WICKER, HYDE-SMITH SUPPORT CONFIRMATION OF JUDGE SUL OZERDEN AT SENATE HEARING
Gulfport Native is President Trump’s Nominee for the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
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WASHINGTON – U.S. Senators Roger Wicker (R-Miss.) and Cindy Hyde-Smith (R-Miss.) today recommended confirmation of U.S. District...
Indianola Native Jay Blount to Receive Second Ever Civilian Purple Heart
By Mark H. Stowers
A war zone is a war zone.
Both soldiers and civilian contractors put their lives on the line everyday overseas in the fight for America’s freedoms.
For Indianola native Jay Blount,...
Mississippi’s Mission Continues as 50th Anniversary of Apollo 11 Is Celebrated
By Toni Miles - July 18, 2019
“The eagle has landed.” Historic words recorded as the first man ever — American Neil Armstrong — became the first man to walk on the moon. All week long, the nation...
Scott County Times
Warnsley in D.C.
On July 10 U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith met with Andrew Warnsley, left, of Morton, one of two Mississippi youth delegates to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Children’s Congress. Warnsley, 11, and Mary Blair Johnson, 6, of Natchez were promoting...
TRIBUTE TO WOODS EASTLAND
Congressional Record (Senate – March 23, 2019)
Mrs. HYDE-SMITH. Mr. President, I am pleased to commend Woods Eastland of Indianola, MS, for his service and contributions while serving as the 83rd president of Delta Council.
Founded in 1935, Delta Council is a widely...
HONORING DURELL WADE
Congressional Record -- (Senate - December 06, 2018)
Mrs. HYDE-SMITH. Mr. President, 77 years after being killed in the attack on Pearl Harbor, AD2 Durell Wade of Calhoun County, MS, will be laid to rest in the North Mississippi Veterans Memorial Cemetery.
On December 7, 1941,...