Wildlife Mississippi is praising Mississippi Representative Scott Bounds, chair of the House Wildlife Committee, for introducing House Bill 1151 which will adjust the price of resident hunting and fishing licenses clos
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The board approved advertising for applications/resumes to fill the position of county administrator/comptroller.
Administrators, Teachers, and PTO members of Quitman School are planning a “Spring Fling for the Rings” block party on Thursday, March 31 at the Quitman High School campus and gym. The evening will begin at 5 pm with s
Unleash Your Wild Side at “NatureFEST!” on April 2
Come to Jay’s Taxidermy’s Battle of the Bucks Outdoor Day Saturday, March 19 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. at the Multi Purpose Building in Quitman.
The Army Corp of Engineers began releasing water from Okatibee Lake in Lauderdale County Monday morning at a rate of 1097 cubic feet of water per second and will continue releasing water into Wednesday.
Voter turnout for last Tuesday’s presidential primary was low in Clarke County. Less than 50% of registered voters turned out at the polls to cost their vote for a presidential nominee.
The Mississippi State Department of Health announces another way to obtain an individual onsite wastewater permit. This new and easier to use method is now available online, reducing the need for paper forms.
• Candice L. Rutledge, 27, wf, arrested by CCSO for for crystal methamphetamine
• Charles Rhodes, no age available, wm, arrested by CCSO for felony possession of a firearm
• Coy DePreist, 24, wm, arrested by CCSO, hold for court
HEAVY RAIN CAUSING FLOODING THROUGHOUT MISSISSIPPI
PEARL – The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency has received storm reports from 13 counties due to the ongoing heavy rainfall throughout the state.