Modern Woodmen of America, Chapter 15976 recently participated in a Matching Fundraiser for Historic Clarke County for the restoration of the historic Shubuta jail.
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Ronnie Fagan, a pig farmer from Quitman, Mississippi, served as a delegate to the Pork Act Delegate assembly March 6-8 in Orlando. Fagan was appointed as a delegate by the U.S. Secretary of Agriculture.
Wesley Seal has joined the Archusa Creek Water Park management team. He is coming to the community from Okatibbee Creek Water Park. Seal is joined by park ranger, Mandy Andrade. Andrade is completing her first year at the park and was res
Jones College’s JC Voices will present their annual spring concert, “Live, Laugh, Love,” on, March 26, 2019, at First-Trinity Presbyterian Church in Laurel. The public is invited to the free, 7 p.m.
Photo Cutline group 2 beauty shop: With the popularity of big hair in the musical, “Hairspray,” Jones College theater performers are hanging out in the salon preparing for the musical.
Congratulations to Coach Krystal Turner and Enterprise Middle School Cheer squad! The girls received 3rd Place in the Nation February 9, 2019, in Orlando, FL.
Belaynesh Shiferaw from Quitman High School has advanced to the state competition for Poetry Out Loud. She is a sophomore and a second year school champion for Poetry Out Loud.
Chefski’s Restaurant is soon to open on Main Street in Quitman in the historic Kirkland building. David and Barbara Staszefski, along with Barbara’s parents, Terry and Bonnie Roberson, have been renovating the historic building for five years to prepare for the grand opening