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RIDGELAND — A Fondren restaurant whose owners have a presence here with Local 463 will be occupying the space vacated by Seafood R’evolution at the Renaissance.
  • R’land board pursues bonds
    RIDGELAND — With a bonding capacity of just under $20 million and at least three long-discussed projects in mind, aldermen are seeking public input on the possible issuance of general obligation bonds later this year.
  • Half Shell coming to town
    MADISON — After nearly two years of first announcing plans to locate here, designs for a new Half Shell Oyster House were approved by the Madison Mayor and Board of Aldermen Tuesday night. 
  • Third attempt for road funds fails
    For the third time in two months an attempt to fund over $850,000 on less than a dozen roads in District 4 of Madison County failed as residents in the area continue to flood the Board of Supervisors’ meeting room to argue for their fair share of tax money. 
    
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  • DUNCAN/‘The Book of Esau’
    Wednesday, March 20, 2019 12:00 PM Please turn to Genesis 36:1-43. After reading this passage, you may be asking the question, “Why would God have Moses write down that long list of Esau's genealogy?” However, a closer look at this chapter reveals it to be surprisingly rich in teaching and significance. This passage can easily be divided into three sections. First, in verses 1-8, Moses reminds us of the distinction between Esau and Jacob and of their brotherhood. Then, in verses 9-30 and 40-43, we read a long documentation of the proliferation of Esau's descendants. We also see God’s fulfillment of His promises to Esau. Finally, in verses 31-39, God challenges Jacob's trust, and He warns us against compromise.  Read More
  • Wednesday, November 14, 2018 12:00 PM Germantown’s season comes to an end with a loss to the Lafayette Commodores in the first round of the 5A playoffs. Read More
  • Wednesday, November 7, 2018 12:00 PM Germantown dominated their cross-town rivals in the regular season finale for both Ridgeland and Germantown. Read More
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  • Weekly Football Roundup
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  • Texan Anna Schultz wins Women’s Southern Golf Association for third time at Reunion
    Wednesday, October 24, 2018 12:00 PM Texan Anna Schultz led wire-to-wire, finishing in style with a 71 that included a hole-in-one, Thursday to claim the 2018 Women’s Southern Golf Association Senior Championship this week. It was 11 years between titles for Schultz, who also won the event in 2006 and 2007. Read More
  • Jack LeRoy Gill, 65, of Canton passed away in Jackson on March 14, 2019. Jack was born in St. Joseph, Missouri on April 23, 1953 to Jack and Wanda (Ellis) Gill. He worked as a self-employed cattle broker and as a private/commercial pilot. He attended Mississippi State University. 
  • Janie Kelly, of Madison,  born in Kosciusko, MS on June 17, 1937 went to be with our Lord on March 14, 2019, at the age of 81 years. Janie was a member of First Ridgeland Baptist Church and enjoyed the fellowship of her adult Sunday school class. 
  • Mary Lou Clement Lauritzen  of Ridgeland was born February 18, 1925, the first of seven children of Alma Jones Clement and Aubrey O'Neal Clement of Pontotoc, Mississippi, where Mary Lou graduated from high school in 1943. She passed away March 11, 2019. 
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