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Wednesday, December 19, 2018 8:21 PM
Rep. Cory Wilson of Madison has been named to Mississippi Court of Appeals after Gov. Bryant appointed Justice Kenny Griffis to the state Supreme Court to fill the Justice Bill Waller vacancy after he retired.
  • Roundup: Jaguars on the prowl, Canton moves to 4-0
    The Canton Tigers remain undefeated following a convincing 49-20 victory over Yazoo City Friday night on the road.
  • Credit card skimmer found at gas station
    MADISON — Two Texas natives remain in custody at the Madison County Detention Center after being arrested for allegedly trying to install a credit card skimming device at a gas station here last Friday. 
  • Madison schools among top in state
    The Madison County School District remains one of the top districts in the state after being rated an A on the state’s accountability system for the 2018-19 school year. 
  • Rock star offers up well-wishes to deputy
    Legendary rock star Ted Nugent is one of many from around the country offering prayers and well-wishes for Madison County Sheriff’s Deputy Brad Sullivan, who continues to fight for his life at University of Mississippi Medical Center after being shot twice in the head following a high-speed chase on Sept. 5. 
  • Aldermen deny permit for at-home daycare
    RIDGELAND — City officials denied a resident’s request for a conditional use permit to expand her at-home daycare on Tuesday, citing uneasiness with the potential impact it would have on her neighborhood.
  • Center Players to perform at Madison Square Center for the Arts
    Get caught up in the story and lessons spun in “Charlotte’s Web” with the Center Players Community Theatre. “Some pig” will be on stage Sept. 19-22 at Madison Square Center for the Arts. The terrific, radiant and, of course, humble Wilbur will be joined by his friend Charlotte the barn spider and the other animals on the Zuckerberg farm in this production featuring a cast of 30 young actors in grades 3-12 representing 12 different schools. 
  • Counselors receive tax exemption
    Grace Christian Counseling and its director Walter Frazier recently received the tax exemption they have sought for the past two months.
  • R’land recyling bin snafu resolved
    Ridgeland will continue to offer recycling at Pear Orchard Apartments following a mixup where a dropoff was mistakenly removed by Waste Management.
  • Madison police officers pitch in to help volunteer mow yard
    Rodney Smith Jr. was driving in his Huntsville, Ala. neighborhood in the summer of 2015 when he saw an older man struggling with a lawnmower.
  • GOP holds unity rally in Madison
    The Mississippi Republican Party held a victory kick-off event at Mama Hamil’s in Madison on Monday, with GOP nominees for statewide positions all in attendance.
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