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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 6:00 PM
LIVINGSTON — Members of a small 160-year-old church were able to get to worship on Sunday on a new road after developers had shut them out this summer.
  • Court denies murder appeal
    CANTON — A 26-year-old former firefighter who was sentenced to life in prison last year for the murder of an alleged drug dealer was denied a rehearing by the Mississippi Supreme Court last week.
  • Students selected for ’18 youth leadership class
     The Madison County Business League & Foundation and the Madison County Economic Development Authority proudly announce the 2017-18 Madison County Youth Leadership Class. The schools have selected the best and brightest. They are extremelyacademic, involved in sports, leadership, music, community service andchurch. They are all very well-rounded.
  • Sanderson Farms celebrating 70 years
    “We always want to be the kind of company that remembers its heritage,” said Joe Frank Sanderson, Jr., chairman and CEO of Sanderson Farms. “My grandfather began the business with a focus on hard work, honesty, and family. As Sanderson Farms continues to grow, these values will always be a large part of our story.”
  • High court affirms duck, chicken ruling
    DEER HAVEN — After years of fighting between a resident here and the homeowners association, the Mississippi Supreme Court waded into the battle over ducks, chickens and geese on the loose.
  • Real men, including the Sheriff, aren’t afraid to wear pink for cause
    Community leaders in Madison County representing both the public and private sectors are dressing in pink and participating in a local campaign that aims to raise money and awareness for breast cancer.
  • R’land police seek  alleged car burglar
    RIDGELAND — Police here are asking for the public’s assistance in locating a suspect wanted in connected with two auto burglaries that happened in the Highland Colony Parkway area back in August.
  • Township hosting Fall FEASTival
    RIDGELAND — A statewide non-profit concerned with health and wellness in young people will host the third annual Fall FEASTival at the Township at Colony Park here later this month.
  • Mississippi Children’s Museum hosting bicentennial art contest
    This fall, the Mississippi Children’s Museum (MCM) will be joining in celebrating the state’s 200th birthday with its own series of events, including one specifically aimed at providing an opportunity for children to reflect on, and celebrate the past, present and future of Mississippi through the arts. MCM has partnered with the Mississippi Department of Education (MDE),
  • St. Andrew’s names new school head
    Ridgeland — St. Andrew’s Episcopal School announced last week that Tom Sheppard has been named the new Head of School.
  • Mistletoe Market tickets on sale
    Tickets are on sale now to win a new car and stunning jewelry, all while supporting the mission of the Junior League of Jackson. Enter to win a brand new 2017 Honda Civic Hatchback LX CVT from Patty Pack Honda or a special gift from Lee Michaels Fine Jewelry, all in support of the important fundraising efforts of Mistletoe Marketplace.
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