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St. Joe’s Murphy named Teacher of the Year

MADISON – St. Joe’s Jenna Murphy was named the 2022 History Teacher of the Year last week, a national award given in each state.

Cause of explosion at Flora disposal site under investigation

FLORA — Authorities are still unsure what caused an explosion at an oil well storage facility near here last Friday morning that resulted in six people suffering serious burns.

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EDITORIAL/Principle over pragmatism

Wirt Adams Yerger, Jr., the father of the modern Mississippi Republican Party, a man who chose principle over power and pragmatism, died last week leaving a big void but not without a lasting legacy. He was 92. 

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Mayo by itself is a great enhancer of sandwiches

I really want to take a minute to talk about something controversial that is also near and dear to my heart.

Phoenix Club of Jackson raises $55K for Boys & Girls Club

The Phoenix Club of Jackson has raised over $55,000 for the Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Mississippi since March 17. The Phoenix Club kicked off its fundraising efforts at the 14th Annual …

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New bakery opens on 51 in Madison MADISON — Lori Morrison grew up baking with her grandmothers and said she still uses their recipes today, even in some of her pastries at her new bakery, The Yellow Squirrel, off Highway 51 in Madison.
Chipotle coming to County Line Road RIDGELAND — County Line Road is getting a  Chipotle, “one of the hottest fast-food restaurants in the country,” city officials say.
Flora’s Pope receives Beautification Award FLORA — Barbie Pope, General Manager of Flora’s popular Dave’s Triple B: Barbecue, Beer & Blues Restaurant, has been named the first recipient of Flora's  annual Main Street Beautification Award.
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New Stage holding youth classes JACKSON – New Stage Theatre recently announced its fall 2022 class schedule which includes the Youth Acting Troupe and Kids Studio.
Madison countians accepted to Rural Physicians Program Three Madison Countians have been accepted into the Mississippi Rural Physician Program. 
Golf cart stolen from Cypress Lake home MADISON — Police are looking for a golf cart reported stolen from an open garage at Cypress Lake over the weekend.
Report shows state could save $350K on phones Taxpayers could save nearly $350,000 a year if state-issued cell phones with little to no usage were turned off. This finding comes from a report issued by State Auditor Shad White’s office Wednesday.
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Flora’s Pope receives Beautification Award

FLORA — Barbie Pope, General Manager of Flora’s popular Dave’s Triple B: Barbecue, Beer & Blues Restaurant, has been named the first recipient of Flora's  annual Main Street Beautification Award.

Scholarship recipients honored

Madison-Ridgeland Academy students Ansley Ethridge, Sutton Sory, and Jack Evans recently got to enjoy lunch at Amerigo with Dr. Frazier Ward and Bobby Ward for receiving the Leigh Ann Ward Memorial Scholarship for their high standard of character.

New bakery opens on 51 in Madison

MADISON — Lori Morrison grew up baking with her grandmothers and said she still uses their recipes today, even in some of her pastries at her new bakery, The Yellow Squirrel, off Highway 51 in Madison.

Wishlist highlights Madison highways

A wishlist of 10 MDOT road projects for Madison County include two on I-55 between Madison and Gluckstadt worth almost $85 million combined.

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Connector road opens area for development

RIDGELAND — Property along I-220 severed from the primary Tougaloo College college campus by the construction of the interstate in the early 1980s will be reconnected with a roadway opening the area for future economic development, thanks to an injection of more than $1 million of state monies into an overall $25 million project, city officials said.

UMMC nurse transitions from pediatric patient to colleague

When Abby McCardle first reported for work at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, she knew her way around. 

MacBooks deployed at RHS

The Madison County School District is deploying MacBook computers for ninth graders at Ridgeland High School to use during classes on August 2.

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