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Man pleads guilty to foster abuse

A Canton man pleaded guilty last week to sexual battery of his foster daughter, District Attorney Bubba Bramlett announced.

Former Reb charged in kidnapping at Chase

RIDGELAND — A former Ole Miss football standout and NFL player along with an alleged accomplice were arrested here last week in connection with a purpoted kidnapping, the authorities said.

Pace not running for Tax Collector

Madison County Tax Collector Kay Pace announced on Tuesday she will be retiring at the end of this year in order to spend more time with her family and won’t be seeking a sixth term.

MADISON – Madison Central Girls Swim Coach Bridget Carmody said both the boys’ and girls’ swim teams were honored to be recognized by the city Tuesday night for their state championship win last year. 

Mustard Seed Gift Shop now open

RIDGELAND — The new Mustard Seed Gift Shop opened here last week giving supporters the benefit of  shopping closer to home.

Fountain serves as House Page

Kylee Fountain of Madison recently served as a page for the Mississippi House of Representatives.

G’Stadt parade organizers recognized

GLUCKSTADT — The Lucky City expressed appreciation to all who took part in organizing the first Gluckstadt Christmas Parade with a resolution last week. 

Tractors, trucks event March 4

MADISON — A popular event designed to help children learn about recreational and emergency vehicles is set March 4 after it was rained out in November

Velma Jackson senior killed in auto wreck

A Velma Jackson senior was fatally injured in a single-car wreck Sunday morning near Camden in rural northeastern Madison County, the authorities said.

Emily Pote spent a large portion of her life in Madison County and credits her time learning from great teachers and mentors at Rosa Scott and Madison Central as inspiration to open her own store, Beans & Bananas, in Jackson’s Belhaven neighborhood. 

Warnock trial continued until April

The federal criminal trial against former Madison County Engineer Rudy Warnock scheduled to begin this week has been continued to April 3, according to documents filed with the court. 

Baxter to seek another term as supervisor

Incumbent Republican District 2 Supervisor Trey Baxter has submitted qualifying paperwork seeking another term in office. 

Eagle Scout replaces bridge in Madison

Soon-to-be Eagle Scout Wilson Caudell said he is proud of his work on the new bridge in the Simmons Arboretum and feels it will help people in the area a lot. 

2023 MCBL&F Board announced

The Madison County Business League & Foundation (MCBL&F) proudly announces the 2023 Board of Directors and Officers.

Girl Scouts perform in Madison

On Friday, Dec. 23, members of Daisy Girl Scout Troop 4421 shared holiday cheer by performing Christmas carols for residents of The Madison - Health and Rehab.

Annual St. Joseph fundraiser Jan. 28

Tickets are on sale now for St. Joseph Catholic School’s Jeans, Jazz & Bruin Blues Draw Down for a chance to win things like gift baskets and thousands of dollars in cash in the name of raising money for better education. 

GETTING THE MESSAGE/The sin of unbelief

We didn’t quite finish the study in Acts before the holiday season, so we will look at the last verse this week.

Electric vehicle charge station now at Renaissance

RIDGELAND — An electric vehicle fast charging station at the Rennaissance at Colony Park went online here last week and can charge a vehicle in as little as 30 minutes for as low as $20, Entergy officials say.

Boil water notice caused by cleaning error

MADISON — The precautionary boil water notice issued here Tuesday was attributed to human error during the routine cleaning of a water tower, officials said, and an all-clear was given Thursday morning.

Senior Director of Operations Pete Vozzo said the temporary loss of pressure was due to human error during the routine cleaning of the tower on Tisdale Road close to the Highway 51 intersection.

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