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A group of NCCC AmeriCorps volunteers are actively assisting with work at Clarke County’s local state park.  The young adults are staying at Clarkco and assisting with numerous clean-up and construction...

The Enterprise Pee Wees were in action on Saturday against the Lamar Raiders.  The Bulldogs shut out the Raiders 52-0.  The Bulldogs were led on the ground by Harris Burt and Zykarius Sims.  The Enterprise defense had three scores of its own,...

Hurricane Michael, the largest hurricane to ever hit the Florida panhandle, devastated Mexico City Beach, Panama City Beach and the surrounding areas. Thousands of people are misplaced from their homes.

Commissioner of Agriculture, Andy Gipson, visited Breckenridge Farms last week.  The commissioner has been conducting listening tours and visiting farms around Mississippi.

Wendell Carney had a thought that one day he would become a clinician.  After working in emergency rooms, family practice, as a vocational teacher, and continuing his education, Carney decided it was time for...

Caregivers find a needed respite from their daily duties at Handy’s Elderly Daycare in Shubuta, MS.  The center offers caregiving services for up to 4 hours per day.  Clients are able to engage in meaningful conversation with their...




Arrest records

• Alton Fairley, 59, bm, arrested by CCSO for simple assault/domestic violence
• Steven Prince, 51, wm, arrested by CCSO for disturbing the peace, public drunk
• John Doe, 25, bm, arrested by CCSO, hold for court




Arrest records

• Raymond Robinson, 33, bm, arrested by QPD for possesession of paraphernalia

• Justin Beckman, 34, wm, arrested by CCSO for no driver’s license, improper equipment, no turn signal, improper turning, DUI other, expired tag, no proof of liability insurance






arrest records

• Christopher M. Johnson, 27, bm, arrested by CCSO for trespassing and felony warrants.

• Marion Isadore Oswald, 49, wm, arrested by QPD for simple assault

• Melissa Voivedich, 35, wf, arrested by QPD for simple assault


Census for 2020 gearing up

 

Mississippi and other states across the Nation are entering the first major phase of the 2020 Census:  comparing local address information received from states, counties, and municipalities to address information housed at the U.S. Census Bureau.


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“So Peter got out of the boat and walked on the water and came to Jesus.” (Matthew 14:29)... READ MORE