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Sage Law proudly stands in front of his Eagle Scout project, a new JROTC recognition board erected at Madison Central High School.
Sage Law proudly stands in front of his Eagle Scout project, a new JROTC recognition board erected at Madison Central High School.
Wednesday, February 14, 2018 6:00 PM
The product of nearly 500 man hours of labor over the course of six long months came to an end for a Madison Central sophomore last Thursday when the product of his hard work was unveiled and installed at his high school.
  • Home Place residents receive Valentine’s surprise
    Belhaven University music students spread the love this week with Valentine's Day serenades.
  • Six-year-old Quest Crothers finds new passion
    A Madison Avenue first grader took first place in his age group and eleventh overall in a race designed to get young kids moving and competing at Renaissance at Colony Park this past Saturday.
  • Center Players hosting encore of ‘Second Lady’
    The Center Players Community Theatre brings its award-winning production of “Second Lady” back to the local stage on Sunday.
  • Flood joins Transportation Commissioner Hall's team
    Michael Flood has been named Assistant to the Central Transportation Commissioner, announced Commissioner Dick Hall, chairman, Mississippi Transportation Commission.
  • Mississippi Optometry associate executive director receives CAE
    The American Society of Association Executives (ASAE) has announced that Sarah Link, Associate Executive Director of the Mississippi Optometric Association (MOA), has earned the Certified Association Executive (CAE) designation. The CAE is the highest professional credential in the association industry.
  • Events
    The 53rd Annual Dixie National Livestock Show and Rodeo runs from Feb. 8-14 in Jackson. The Dixie National is the largest professional rodeo east of the Mississippi River.
  • Mr. canton high school earns prestigious spot at US Naval Academy
    Mr. Canton High School has been accepted to the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland, and will begin with a 10-month stint at their Preparatory School in Rhode Island.
  • Madison Speech and Debate keeps winning
    The Madison Central Speech and Debate Team competed at Emory University's Barkley Forum for High Schools this past weekend. The tournament consisted of 212 schools from 31 states and attracts some of the most intense competition from across the country. The tournament is also considered to be the most prestigious tournament in the Southeast.
  • Transporter increasing driver pay
    JACKSON — KLLM Transport Services, LLC announced on Tuesday a major pay increase for both company truck drivers as well as independent and lease purchase contractors.
  • R’land researcher selected as top medical reviewer
    Dr. Dobrivoje Stokic of Ridgeland, administrative director for research at Methodist Rehabilitation Center in Jackson, has been recognized as an Elite Reviewer for the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, the highest ranked journal in the field.
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