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Rui Ping Lin, and his company, Red Samurai Sushi, Inc., of Madison, Mississippi, pled guilty earlier this month before Senior U.S. District Court Judge David M. Bramlette III to harboring illegal aliens at the Red Samurai restaurant, announced U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst.  As part of its guilty plea, Red Samurai agreed to two years’ probation and an immigration compliance program, in addition to forfeiture and a $100,000 fine. more
Mississippi Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center is pleased to welcome Dr. Matthew Young to its team of sub-specialized surgeons. A fellowship-trained orthopaedic physician, Dr. Young is an expert in hip and knee replacement. more
RIDGELAND — A six-year legal battle over apartments ended in March after all parties agreed to a dismissal. more
Ridgeland police are asking for public assistance in identifying two suspects in an apartment burglary last week. more
FLORA — A Rankin County firefighter was fatally injured in an accident involving a propane tank here last week. more
Kathy’s Adventures, a children’s book written by Ricci Ivers Casserly of Madison, is getting a fresh coat of paint and being republished in the next couple of months. more
FLORA — No injuries were reported when an 18-wheel tanker truck caught fire on U.S. 49 last week, even after a passerby thought the driver was passed out in the cab. more
Tri-County Academy Headmaster Tom Taylor (right) welcomes Madison County Sheriff’s Deputy Brad Sullivan and his son Wyatt back to the sidelines last Friday for the school’s football jamboree. more
MADISON — A developer who has spent the last few years revitalizing historic downtown wants to purchase a building believed to be owned by the county that formerly served as the Junior Auxiliary of Madison County’s headquarters. more
A Ridgeland mother has been arrested and charged with two counts of sexual battery against her own children, one of whom has since died. more
Teachers in the Madison County School District head back to work next week prepping for a Sept. 3 virtual start that will transition to in-person. more
The Canton Police Department is asking for public assistance in locating a person wanted in connection with a shooting over the weekend. more
The Surgery Center at Mississippi Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Center (MSMOC) achieved Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care’s Advanced Orthopedic Certification in Total Joint Replacements and Complex Spine Procedures earlier this year. The Advanced Orthopaedic Certification is the highest level of rigorous orthopedic care standards of a nationally recognized healthcare-accrediting body. This specialty certification confirms MSMOC’s commitment to providing the highest level of quality care to patients.MSMOC becomes first in state with accreditation more
Library officials say that despite COVID related restrictions they are offering most of their services in some capacity and are developing ways to adapt as information comes forward. more
Outgoing Madison-Ridgeland Rotary Club President Felipe Zuluaga was honored during a July lunch meeting for his year leading the local civic organization through its program of work, including a number of service projects. more
The Canton Gospel Music Association is honored to present the 15th annual Mrs. Rembert Washington Music Scholarship to Ms. Kaitlin Elise Myricks. The scholarship is $1,000. more
Madison-Ridgeland Academy’s Matthew Brownlee has been selected to become a member of the National Society of High School Scholars. more
New Stage Theatre produced “More Than a Building Virtual Theatre Summer Camp” for rising sixth through twelfth grades. The New Stage Theatre Arts in Education department strives to bring professional, progressive theatre instruction to youth throughout Mississippi with its summer camps, yearlong acting classes, and touring workshops. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, New Stage moved its traditional summer camp program to an online version. more
Mannsdale Elementary School of Madison, has been accepted in the Mississippi Arts Commission’s Whole Schools program, which uses the arts as a vehicle to promote high-quality instruction and learning for students in all disciplines.  The school is one of 25 schools around the state that were accepted into the program for the 2020-2021 school year.  As a participating school, Mannsdale Elementary will receive services that support professional development, arts experiences, and teacher workshops and an assigned advisor. more
The DAR Youth Citizenship Medal is for a boy or girl in grades 5 through 11.  more
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