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Animal Rescue Shelter Rankin County - Animal Shelter
Address 710 Marquette Road
City Brandon
State Ms
Zip 39042
Phone (601) 824-2024
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Brandon, MS Weather

Conditions for Brandon, MS at 1:54 am CDT

Current Conditions:
Fair, 70 F

Forecast:
Sat - Clear. High: 89 Low: 66
Sun - Sunny. High: 91 Low: 69
Mon - Partly Cloudy. High: 82 Low: 57
Tue - Sunny. High: 85 Low: 64
Wed - Sunny. High: 88 Low: 64

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Brandon, MS News

Dangerous Interstate on ramp to get overhaul
Relief is on the way for motorists in Brandon who travel through the Highway 80 and Interstate 20 intersection. Planned construction will improve a high accident area at the on ramp there.
Ferol W. Hettick Recognized by Strathmore's Who's Who Worldwide Publication
Ferol W. Hettick of Brandon, Mississippi has been included in the Strathmore?s Who?s Who Worldwide Edition for his outstanding contributions and achievements in the financial field. About Ferol W. Hettick Mr. Hettick has over 39 years experience and over 29 years in the field of consumer compliance. He is the Senior Vice President and Director of Compliance at Trustmark National Bank which is a ...
GodwinGroup former CEO Danny Mitchell dies
Danny Mitchell, 66, passed away following a heart attack he suffered at his home early Sunday morning. 
10th annual Suicide Prevention Awareness vigil
-Monroe News photo by TOM HAWLEY Jeanette Klatt and her daughter Judy Walton of Deerfield could not hold back the tears of the lost of her grandson/son Brandon Klatt, 19, and brother-in-law Sam Moser at the 10th annual suicide vigil sponsored by the Monroe County Suicide Prevention Committee at Loranger Square pavilion in downtown Monroe.
BU library exhibit offers look at Great War
The untold stories of the men and women from Brandon College who took part in the First World War are chronicled in a new public exhibition, ?Brandon College and the Great War,? on display at Brandon University. ?Five hundred students, staff and alumni, including two from the


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