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The Clarke County Tribune would like to announce that long-time employee, Jennifer Bozeman, has been named publisher. Bozeman has served at the Tribune for 26 years and knows her community well.
The Quitman School District held a public meeting on Tuesday, July 23, 2019. The public meeting was held to discuss a dispute between the school and the Clarke County Board of Supervisors (BOS) regarding ad valorem taxes received by the county from the BTH Quitman bankruptcy
Don’t forget the VFW Post 4982 Vietnam Commemoration Program set for March 31 at 6 p.m. in the Clarke County Multi Purpose Building on West Donald Street (Hwy 512), just west of the Clarke County Sheriff’s Department.
A bill stalled in committee that would grant authority to Clarke County to continue to contribute to the Multi – County Community Service Agency. The bill, authored by Senator Videt Carmichael, who represents Clarke County, passed the Senat
Three members of the Quitman Pack 35 Boy and Cub Scouts participated in the 15th Annual Merit Badge University hosted by Meridian Community College!
Seven Cub Scout Packs and 14 Boy Scout Troops were represented
Enterprise tennis hosted the Taylorsville Tartars on March 21. Enterprise took the match 5-2 to improve their record to 5-0 on the season and 2-0 in the division. See stats for the Taylorsville match below:
3/21/17 vs Taylorsville
• Jonathan Mena, 29, wm, arrested by CCSO for expired tag
• Wesley Shawn Thrash, 35, wm, arrested by SPD for possession of paraphernalia, possession of marijuana
• Dennis C. Gates, 34, bm, arrested by CCSO on a warrant
Don’t forget the VFW Post 4982 Vietnam Commemoration Program set for March 31 at 6 p.m. in the Clarke County Multipurpose Building on West Donald Street (Hwy 512), just west of the Clarke County Sheriff’s Department.