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Flora Supper Club will offer fine dining

FLORA — Chef David Raines has announced he’s converting his celebrated Dave’s Triple B Barbecue Restaurant into an exclusive supper club more reflective of his extensive culinary training.  

Romantic serenades for strings on tap

A string musician will surprise your sweetheart with a classical love song, a balloon, and a card at the place of your choosing!
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EDITORIAL/ Santa's Husband?

The Ridgeland Public Library is at it again openly promoting homosexuality in prominent book displays, this time a children’s book about gay Santa and his equally jolly husband.
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Boyce and Luckino exchange wedding vows in Hawaii

Danielle Marie Boyce and Tyler Anthony Luckino were united in marriage at ten o’clock in the morning November 24, 2021 on the beach of Kauai, Hawaii.

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.
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FLORA — A 21-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with a fatal shooting in Kearney Park earlier this month, the authorities said.
PERS is in trouble again. The PERS board jacked up the employer contribution rate again. And everybody lived happily ever after. 
Some of the Keep Ridgeland Beautiful committee members attended the Keep Alabama-Keep Mississippi Beautiful joint meeting in Birmingham, Ala., held January 26-27.
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FLORA — A 21-year-old man has been arrested and charged in connection with a fatal shooting in Kearney Park earlier this month, the authorities said.
Some of the Keep Ridgeland Beautiful committee members attended the Keep Alabama-Keep Mississippi Beautiful joint meeting in Birmingham, Ala., held January 26-27.
WASHINGTON D.C. — Congressman Michael Guest, Republican for Mississippi’s 3rd Congressional District, has been appointed as the vice chairman of the Committee on Homeland Security. Chairman Mark Green of Tennessee announced the leadership assignments last Friday.
Ridgeland Mayor Gene McGee has been appointed to the National League of Cities 2023 Public Safety and Crime Prevention federal advocacy committee. 
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St. Joe students receive Scholastic Art awards

Two St. Joseph Catholic School art students, Camryn Cassreino and Lillian Boggan, have won high-profile awards in the 2023 Scholastic Art Awards sponsored by the Alliance for Young Artists and Writers.

Madison Central Choir performs at Capitol

The Madison Central High School Choir performed on Tuesday, January 31, 2023, in the rotunda to resounding applause.

LATINO/PERS fund in the danger zone

Mississippi’s Public Employee Retirement System (PERS) is in trouble. It has been that way for quite a while. Only no one wants to admit it. Addressing the fault lines in the program is fraught with peril for politicians.

Ice & Vice mission supports foster children in community

Ice & Vice owner Justin Harmon says part of their mission is to support children in foster care and young adults who have aged out of foster care. 

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Boy Scouts honored by city

MADISON – Life Scout Wilson Caudell said it felt great to be recognized along with his fellow Scouts for all the work he and his Troop 15 put into rebuilding the Simmons Arboretum bridge. 

Gluckstadt board split on inspections

GLUCKSTADT — An ordinance requiring residential inspections here failed because the mayor says the city isn’t prepared for the volume of work.

2 jump in race to be next Tax Collector

Following Kay Pace’s announcement last week she would not seek another term in office, two candidates have now entered the race and will face off in the Republican Primary in August to be the next Tax Collector. 

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