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BankPlus recently hired Lance Burnham as Assistant Vice President in the bank’s Quitman Banking Center. Burnham has been in the banking industry for nearly 5 years.
Travel a small distance from Quitman to the Soulé Steam Feed Works in Meridian, MS and you will experience a factory seeming to wait for workers to appear and begin their daily tasks. Dark wood and brick walls darkened with oil residue, concrete floors, rusting metal, implem
Livestock producers in Clarke County are invited to attend the Clarke County Livestock Association meeting on Sept. 20.
The event will be at the Clarke County Multipurpose Building, located at 101 Westwood Avenue in Quitman beginning at 6 p.m.
The third annual Stop the Violence Rally will be held in Quitman Saturday, September 8th beginning at 10 a.m.
The QSD Board of Trustees has appointed Cheryl Waltman to serve in the board position vacated by long-time Board Member, Chris Dew. Dew recently resigned his position as Place Two Board Member due to a job change.
From 1979 Quitman High School homecoming queen to the now local queen of BBQ, Susanne Ivy reigns as a contrast to her sweet southern belle smile. Behind that smile is a woman who is unafraid of challenges-- homeschooling her three sons, Joshua, Joseph, and Joel and later ret
The Enterprise Bulldogs Varsity football team played a non-conference game against Scott Central. It was a rainy Friday night lights with a defeat of the bulldogs. The rebels made several touchdowns. A couple of fumbles on the play by the bulldogs and turnovers were made.
• Stacy D. Johnson, 24, bm, arrested by CCSD for possession of marijuana with intent to sell, convicted felon with firearm, false information to police.
• Anthony Sean Reynolds, 43, wm, arrested by CCSD for child molestation, hold for GBI.