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Saturday, April 11, 2020 10:00 AM
Madison County has four new confirmed coronavirus cases as the state total increased by 173.
  • Senate confirms Wilson
    Judge Cory Wilson of Madison was confirmed by the U.S. Senate Wednesday to fill a vacant seat on the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals.
  • Bassett representing Madison for title
    Gracie Bassett of Madison will compete for the title of Distinguished Young Woman of Mississippi 2021 in July.
  • New turf at Jaguar Stadium costs $1M
    The Madison County School District is in the process of wrapping up its summer construction projects ahead of the coming school year, including a $1 million running track at Madison Central.
  • COVID death rate continues to decline
    State Health Officer Thomas Dobbs said this week that if Mississippians don’t start adhering to social distancing guidelines then the state could be bracing for a large COVID impact this fall. 
  • 5 injured in crash on I-55
    CANTON - The Mississippi Highway Patrol is still investigating the cause of a Tuesday crash on the southbound lane of I-55 just north of Canton that sent five people to hospital.
  • Reward offered in guard’s murder
    The employer of an elderly security guard slain execution-style at a Canton apartment building last week has offered a reward for information connecting investigators to his killer.
  • Charitable fund aims to bridge gaps for small businesses
    Small businesses in Mississippi in need of funds to bridge the gap during the rough economic stretch brought on by COVID-19 are getting help from a new charitable organization founded right here in the Magnolia State.
  • Trash pickup cost to increase
    RIDGELAND — Residents here could be looking at a $3 yearly  increase in trash collection rates after a new contract goes into effect in early-October.
  • 4th of July fireworks postponed
    The Barnett Reservoir Foundation has announced it will cancel the annual Fourth of July celebration and delay the fireworks show to a later date.
  • Gluckstadt fire rating lowered
    GLUCKSTADT — Residents who live in the South Madison Fire Protection District could soon look forward to reduced fire insurance rates thanks to a recent improvement in the district’s ratings.
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