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Aldermen pass new ordinance for food trucks

Food truck operators will pay an initial fee of $1,000 or $50 per day for special events to operate in Gluckstadt after an ordinance passed last month to clarify the city’s policy.

Happy birthday Gluckstadt

Officials celebrated the city’s third birthday on June 6, along with Lt. Gov Delbert Hosemann.

Hederman wins 43 award for printing

Hederman Brothers Printing, Direct Mail and Signage recently won 43 Best of Category awards in the 2024 Printing Industry of the South (PIAS) Graphic Awards in Destin, Florida. 

Gluckstadt Police Chief Barry Hale, left, accepts a $5,000 check from the Gluckstadt Madison Business Alliance at the June 11 city board meeting at City Hall. 

Mayor honors Realtors

Mayor Walter C. Morrison IV honored Central Mississippi Realtors (CMR) for the vital role they have played in protecting a marketplace for consumers to buy, own and sell real estate in Central Mississippi since their founding in 1924 this week.

Law student interning at Supreme Court

Law student Karl W. Hatten of Gluckstadt began work on June 3 as a summer intern in the chambers of Mississippi Supreme Court Presiding Justice Jim Kitchens.

Club opens for kid’s activities

A business that focuses on activities for small children has opened its second location in Gluckstadt.

Firefighters promoted to lieutenant

Two firefighters recently promoted to lieutenant said they are driven to learn more about the job and teach others what they can along the way.

Dump truck collides with minivan, shuts down road

An accident last Monday involving a dump truck and minivan resulted in minor injuries but a big mess, Gluckstadt Police Chief Barry Hale said.

Barley’s has exclusive beers

A lot has changed seven years after Greg Purnell opened Barley’s Beer Barn. 

Fitness facility expands to town

The studio, thebarre, opened in April and has been going strong, offering a variety of classes to meet all skill and fitness levels.

Indoor Percussion Group wins state title

The Germantown High School Band spring activities finished this season with good showings at the state competition in Jackson in March.

New Gluckstadt firefighter happy to serve community

For Madison County Native Tony Esquijarosa, the Gluckstadt Fire Department was a good opportunity to turn his service to his country in the military to a more local focus in the community he grew up in.

City to be represented at Pageant

Chloe Carter will represent the city of Gluckstadt at the Miss Magnolia State pageant in Vicksburg in November.

Choir performs for legislators

The Germantown High School Choir and Choir Director Jordan Langworthy, performed at the second-floor rotunda of the Capitol last month, as part of Lt. Governor Hosemann’s tradition of allowing students to share their talents which gives lawmakers time to reflect on the importance of the job they are at the Capitol to do. 

Magnola District plan questioned in Gluckstadt

GLUCKSTADT — A site plan for the Magnolia District approved in December was questioned during a special Wednesday meeting.

Angelos enjoy crawfish boils

For four years, Ryan and Arin Angelo have been hosting a regular crawfish boil Thursday through Sunday at Bayou Bugs in Gluckstadt.

Quinn turning 104

Helen Maxine Quinn will be 104 years old on April 30

Hoard graduates Fire Academy

Justin Hoard was working at a fast-food restaurant about a year ago when some Gluckstadt firefighters came in for lunch.

Interest high to create Gluckstadt Rotary Club

The Gluckstadt Rotary Club is well on its way to having a charter in about a month following a Tuesday night meeting about interest 

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