Every year Archusa puts on a firework display on July 3rd. This has become a yearly tradition for many families to enjoy right here in Clarke County. Thankfully this year they will be able to wow us yet again.
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Bridge Street Grill has temporarily closed after a fire burned a portion of the building at around 3:25 Monday morning.
The Mississippi Senate adjourned its meeting on Tuesday, June 2, 2020, in memory of Elizabeth “Betty” Ann Atchley Brewer. This motion was made by Senator Jeff Tate and will be a permanent record of the State of Mississippi. A letter was sent to the family of Mrs.
PHI Air Medical is the new air ambulance service that can help with emergencies in Clarke County. They intend to familiarize first responders with the proper safety procedures required when bringing the helicopter in.
State Law requires property values to be reassessed every four years. This is the year for Clarke County to be reappraised, and workers with the tax collector’s office have been hard at work to make sure they are reassessing property values to meet the state’s standards.
Dayton Jones became the first to graduate from the CTE Welding Program at Jones College in Stonewall on Friday, June 12.
Cordarius Nelson, 28, arrested by QPD for MDOC hold, aggravated assault
Chirino Everett, 29, arrested by QPD for domestic violence
Damien L. Rose, 20, arrested by CCSD for conspiracy to sell meth, possession of meth, hold for narcotics
The City of Quitman is holding a Gardening Contest as part of the Blue Cross Blue Shield grant which is intended to create an interest in healthy eating and fresh fruits. The city has purchased 37 - 42" X 42" garden beds.
For years, Breckenridge Farms has grown and sold muscadine grapes. Citizens in the area have always been able to enjoy the great tasting fruit that covers 300 acres of land, and the muscadines have been shipped all over the nation for production purposes.