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Wednesday, May 23, 2018 12:00 PM
Former Madison County engineer Rudy Warnock who was fired in 2016 has subpoenaed Madison County Journal records as part of his ongoing $6.3 million federal lawsuit over his firing at Canton Municipal Utilities
  • Jackson Prep wins state after beating JA
    Jackson Preparatory School won their fifth MAIS AAAA State Title in baseball in six years after sweeping rival Jackson Academy last week.
  • St. Andrew’s defeats North Pontotoc to win 3A title
    The fourth time is the charm for Mark Fanning as he led the St. Andrews Episcopal Saints to the MHSAA 3A state title in baseball, their first state title in 33-years.
  • St. Joseph ends 41-year drought with title
    St. Joseph Catholic School won the MHSAA 2A State Title in baseball last week by taking two of three games against East Union High School.
  • County historian one-of-a-kind
    Cantonians continue to have warm memories of Jim Lacey Jr., the indisputable — if unofficial — historian of Madison County who died on April 24. He was 89.
  • Non-urgent transport ordered to shut down
    Madison County supervisors on Monday ordered a new ambulatory provider to cease operations inside the county until they could examine their ordinance and laws surrounding ambulances.
  • Titans build robots, teams and alliances
    A calculated push on a controller, and “Little Bot” was whirring around posts and stacking bright yellow game pieces.
       “Speed demon,” laughed Bill Richardson, Ridgeland High School’s instructor in engineering and robotics and adviser for Titan Robotics, one of the most dominant competitive clubs in the nation and possibly the world.
  • Canton Schools superintendent fired
    The recently-fired Canton Public Schools Superintendent has retained the former board attorney to represent her in a hearing expected to take place sometime in June.
  • Driver’s license facility discussed
    The Madison County Board of Supervisors voted to table discussion of building or renovating a building to become a new driver’s license facility until they could speak with the Madison County Economic Development Authority about use of the current building housing the WIN Job Center.
  • Justice Court Judge among five vying for Chapman’s judge seat
    Five candidates filed qualifying papers to run for the Circuit Court Judge seat being vacated by longtime Judge William Chapman who is retiring.
  • Hwy. 22 rail crossing in Flora closing May 22-25
    FLORA — The Highway 22 railroad crossing here will be closed the morning of May 22 through the morning of May 25, Police Chief Arty Girod said Wednesday.
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