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Sep 14, 2016
Vicksburg's first microbrewery opens today
VICKSBURG, MI – They're wetting their whistle at Vicksburg's first microbrewery with the grand opening today of the Distant Whistle Brewhouse downtown.
Distant Whistle Brewhouse owners Dane Bosel and Andy Clouse opened the first microbrewery in Vicksburg today.Tom Haroldson/Special to MLive
Owners Dane Bosel and Andy Clouse welcomed their first customers at noon and will be open until midnight for their celebration at 118 S. Main St. Included in the special event will be $5 tastings flights (pick four) and the Irish-Scottish folk group, Gleighphil, which will play at 6 p.m.
It's been a two-year journey for the home brewers who first pitched the plan in 2014 at another location and eventually settled in the heart of revitalized downtown Vicksburg at what used to be the former Boundary Waters restaurant and Rosewood Flowers shop.
"Between us we have about 13 years of home brewing experience," Bosel said. "Our philosophy is we need to make great beer."
What's on tap today at the Distant... (MLive.com)Apr 28, 2016
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Mississippi River. On April 25, 1865, the Sultana left New Orleans with 100 passengers. It stopped at Vicksburg, Mississippi, for repair of a leaky boiler. R. G. Taylor, the boilermaker on the ship, advised Captain J. Cass Mason that two sheets on the boiler had to be replaced, but Mason ordered Taylor to simply patch the plates until the ship reached St. Louis. Mason was part owner of the riverboat, and he and the other owners were anxious to pick up discharged Union prisoners at Vicksburg. The federal government promised to pay $5 for each enlisted man and $10 for each officer delivered to the North. Such a contract could pay huge dividends, and Mason convinced local military authorities to pick up the entire contingent despite the presence of two other steamboats at Vicksburg. When the Sultana left Vicksburg, it carried 2,100 troops and 200 civilians, more than six times its capacity. On the evening of April 26, the ship stopped at Memphis before cruising across the river to pick up coal in Arkansas. As it steamed up the river above Memphis, a thunderous explosion tore through the boat. Metal and steam from the boilers killed hundreds, and hundreds more were thrown from the boat into the chilly waters of the river. The Mississippi was already at flood stage, and the Sultana had only one lifeboat and a few life preservers. Only 600 people survived the explosion. A board of inquiry later determined the cause to be insufficient water in the boiler–overcrowding was not listed as a cause. The Sultana accident is still the largest maritime disaster in U.S. history.
1941 --- German army enters the Greek capital, signaling the end of Greek resistance. All mainland Greece and all the Greek Aegean islands except Crete are under German occupation by May 11. In fending off the Axis invaders, the Greeks suffer the loss of 15,700 men. Greece will not be liberated until 1944, by British troops from the Mediterranean theater.
1956 --- World heavyweight champ Rocky Marciano retires from boxing at age 31, saying he wants to spend more time with his family. Marciano ended his career as the only heavyweight champion with a perfect record–49 wins in 49 professional bouts, with 43 knockouts.
1963 --- Margaret Annemarie Battavio’s very first single, “I Will Follow Him,” reached #1 on the U.S. pop charts. With her 15th birthday only six weeks behind her, and three more years of high school ahead of her, the singer better known as Little Peggy March became the youngest female performer ever to top the Billboard Hot 100, but she’d never crack the top 10 again. Financial exploitation by an unscrupulous manager and a string of disappointing singles thwarted Peggy’s efforts to capitalize on her early success.
1964 --- John Lennon's "In His Own Write", a collection of funny poems and drawings, was published in the U.S.
1968 --- Vice-President Hubert Humphrey announces his candidacy for the Democratic presidential nomination. In an interview, he said he supported the current U.S. policy of sending troops “where required by our own national securit... (KALW)Feb 2, 2016
Bush to attend Jackson fundraiser, lists MS supporters
JacksonMike Armour, TupeloMorgan Baldwin, TupeloAustin Barbour, JacksonAnn Brock, RidgelandAnn and Rick Calhoon, JacksonCommissioner Mike Chaney, VicksburgMarty Davidson, MeridianDan Davis, FlowoodJason Dean, MadisonDave Dennis, Pass ChristianTommy Duff, HattiesburgSpence Flatgard, RidgelandFormer State Sen. Merle Flowers, Southaven
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Republican presidential candidate former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush shakes a cowbell prior to pre-game activities of the Egg Bowl, in Starkville, which features in-state rivals Mississippi State and Ole Miss. (Photo: Rogelio V. Solis/AP)
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