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Wednesday, May 23, 2018 12:00 PM
Former Madison County engineer Rudy Warnock, fired in early 2016, has subpoenaed Madison County Journal records as part of his ongoing $6.3 million federal lawsuit over his termination at Canton Municipal Utilities later that year.
  • Inactive voters cause election ire
    Canton poll managers drilled Madison County Election Commissioners Wednesday morning for placing a number of voters on the inactive voter list, forcing those voters to vote in last Tuesday’s general election by affidavit ballot. 
  • Ridgeland aldermen vote to lease new street sweeper
    RIDGELAND — Aldermen accepted bids on a new street sweeper lease last Tuesday, which was a major item of discussion during Fiscal Year 2019 discussions earlier this year.
  • Aldermen OK U.S. 51 building plans
    RIDGELAND — An old building on Highway 51 is set to receive a facelift after alderman approved architectural review plans last Tuesday.
  • Ridgeland police seek input for assessment
    The Ridgeland Police Department is about to undergo a rigorous re-accreditation process from a variety of state law enforcement officials and community and personal input to make sure they are compliant with state standards.
  • Madison Station earns $5K
    Madison Station Elementary School was announced the winner of the Building Healthy Schools Grant by the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation last week. The school will receive $5,000 for its demonstrated commitment to creating a healthy school environment.
  • Gluckstadt fire wants to expand
    The South Madison County Fire Protection District, commonly known as the Gluckstadt Fire Department, is looking to annex three areas in hopes of providing relief to people living outside current fire district jurisdictions. 
  • Customers rally for Chevron cashier after bad flooding
    MADISON — A 77-year-old cashier at the Hoy Road Chevron here has been overcome with joy after customers banded together to help her rebuild her home after heavy flooding a couple months ago. 
  • Ridgeland promoting small businesses
    RIDGELAND — The city is teaming up with the Ridgeland Chamber of Commerce and Ridgeland Tourism Commission to drive commerce to small businesses during this year’s Small Business Saturday on Nov. 24.
  • Subdivisions form new countywide coalition
    Madison County subdivisions are banding together to create a group that gives them a collective voice and helps increase the flow of information between individual residents and neighborhoods.
  • R’land police seek persons of interest
    RIDGELAND — Police here continue to search for suspects wanted in connection with ongoing burglary investigations in the city.
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