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GETTING THE MESSAGE/God’s gracious gift of grace

In Revelation 1:4, we see that the book of Revelation is a letter to seven churches in Asia. Seven is the favorite symbolic number in the book which is full of symbolic language.

Dr. Seuss Day set at Children’s Museum

Make plans to visit the Mississippi Children’s Museum on Saturday, February 24, from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. for Dr. Seuss’ Silly Birthday.

State Treasurer David McRae announced recently the state's 529 program has rebranded to become Mississippi College and Career Savings.

Madison County Schools is pleased to announce Dr. Capucine Torrey Robinson will serve as an Assistant Superintendent for the 2024-2025 school year. Dr. Robinson currently serves as director of elementary school services in the district.

MADISON — There were no major violent crimes here in 2023 allowing the city to maintain its “relatively low crime rate,” Madison Police Chief Gene Waldroip said after crime statistics compiled by the Federal Bureau of Investigation were released. 

Visit Ridgeland rebrands, opens new center

The Ridgeland Vistors Center rolled out a new brand and bike share program at their grand opening celebration and ribbon cutting at their new space at the Renaissance last week.

The U.S. Supreme Court has declined to hear the wrongful death case against Madison Mayor Mary Hawkins Butler by the widow of a former Chris McDaniel senate supporter who killed himself in 2014 after being prosecuted by the city for his role in a nursing home videotaping scheme that backfired. 

Steen wants to abandon work in Madison

Madison County Board of Supervisors President Gerald Steen wants to abandon Bozeman Road work inside the city of Madison to focus more on road improvements that are “100 percent in the county.”

Whataburger coming to Madison

MADISON — A Whataburger restaurant will open here later this year on Grandview Boulevard without the brand’s trademark orange on the exterior.

The Madison County Business League & Foundation (MCBL&F) and the Madison County Economic Development Authority (MCEDA) are proud to announce the 2024 Madison County Executive Leadership Class (MCEL). 

Delta man arrested for murder here

A Washington County man has been charged with a murder in Madison County.

Bond denied for man accused of killing wife

CANTON – A man accused of murdering his wife last month remains in custody after he was denied bond during his initial appearance in Canton Municipal Court last week.

Ladd delivers opening prayer

Dr. Breck Ladd gave the opening prayer to the Mississippi House of Representatives recently. 

Tate delivers opening prayer

Reverend Clyde Tate, Senior Pastor of St. James Missionary Baptist Church in Canton, and Greater Antioch Baptist Church in Jackson delivered an opening prayer to the Mississippi Senate on Wednesday, February 7, 2024, at the invitation of Senator Joseph Thomas Sr., who led the Pledge of Allegiance before Lt. Governor Delbert Hosemann guided lawmakers through the day’s agenda.

Freshman Representative Celeste Hurst, who represents part of Madison County, introduced House Bill 634 to the Mississippi House of Representatives marking her first time speaking from the well in the House Chamber. 

Jacksonians arrested in weekend shooting

RIDGELAND — Four people have been arrested and two charged as adults in connection with a shooting in the Hawthorn Green subdivision over the weekend.

Aldermen hesitate to regulate nail salons

GLUCKSTADT — An attempt to put a 90-day moratorium on new nail salons here failed to pass Tuesday night as objecting aldermen called it a “slippery slope” to start regulating specific businesses. 

Rest of old city hall demolished

RIDGELAND — A crew was working to complete the demolition of the old City Hall building here that was accidentally partially demolished earlier this year.

Four suspects arrested in R'land shooting

RIDGELAND — Four have been arrested in connection with a shooting in the Hawthorn Green subdivision last weekend..

Gibbs serves as Senate Page

Kaedyn Gibbs of Ridgeland recently served as a page for the Mississippi Senate.  

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