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  • CMU officials reinstate CEO, attorney
    CANTON — The Canton Municipal Utilities Board of Commissioners voted unanimously this morning to reinstate Brian Finnegan as CEO and LaToya Redd Thompson as staff attorney following a hearing in federal court on Wednesday.
  • Runoff set for this Tuesday, Sept. 13
    A run-off election will be held Sept. 13 following a special election Tuesday to fill the vacant Mississippi House District 72 seat.

    Debra Gibbs and Synarus Green will face off to see who represents that district that includes Hinds County and a small portion of southern Madison County.
  • Former District 4 Supervisor Karl Banks has asked the special judge assigned to his election contest to recuse himself from the case because he has attended events held by the Republican Party over the years. 
  • Have you Heard about Everett?
    FLOWOOD – Shortly         after the medal ceremo  ny following the girl’s one-mile run, MRA 7th-grader Everett Heard exchanged laughs with her two closest competitors as the three made their way off the medal stand. She smiled broadly, and even worked in a little celebratory shimmy.

    Just being your typical bubbly, energetic, care-free 13-yeard old. While Heard is all that, she’s also atypical in that she excels on the track.
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