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Young to lead Madison Academic Options Center

Madison County Schools is pleased to announce Jason Young as principal of the Academic Options Center (AOC).

Hammett appointed principal at MAUE

Madison County Schools is pleased to announce Brittany Hammett as principal of Madison Avenue Upper Elementary School (MAUE).

2 vehicles involved in wreck

GLUCKSTADT — A two vehicle rollover collision on Gluckstadt Road late Tuesday afternoon caused delays for about an hour, Gluckstadt Police officials said.

Newly crowned Miss Mississippi, Vivian O’Neal, Miss Mississippi’s Teen, Nataleigh Nix, and Governor Tate Reeves and First Lady Elee Reeves were the special guest speakers of Representative Jill Ford’s Girls’ Day at The Capitol on June 16th.

Man killed in R’land apartment shooting

RIDGELAND — A Jackson man has been arrested on murders charges after a shooting at an apartment complex here last week.

Bozeman closed for road repairs

MADISON — A portion of Bozeman Road closed this week for repairs should be open by Friday afternoon, city officials say.

C-store proposed outside of Lake Caroline

The man who developed Lake Caroline is now planning to build a convenience store near the main entrance, which has drawn the ire of some residents. 

Bassett looking forward to representing county in pageant

Madison’s Gracie Bassett says representing Madison County during the 2023 Miss Hospitality pageant will be the week of a lifetime. 

$44M performing arts center under construction

Germantown High School’s new $44 million Performing Arts Complex, when completed, will give students a new auditorium, extra classrooms, and much more. 

New Stage campers win scholarships

Two girls from Madison County were recently selected to participate in New Stage Theatre’s 2023 Broadway Junior Summer Camp Intensive to learn a wide variety of theatre skills, including stage combat, storytelling, and more. 

GETTING THE MESSAGE/The amazing grace in Christ

In John 13, we have the story of Jesus washing the feet of His disciples. The Lord Jesus knew the time had arrived for Him to offer up Himself as an atoning sacrifice for sin.

DUNCAN/The destruction of Jerusalem

Please turn with me in your Bibles to Matthew 24:15-23. Now today in our passage, here in verses fifteen and following,

UMMC receives top marks for stroke care

Judy Herrington is a stroke survivor whose caregivers affectionally call their “miracle patient.”

Tree kills man during storms

CANTON — A man here died after a tree fell on him in his carport during severe weather last Friday morning, the authorities said.

Canton hosting Balloon Fest

CANTON — The Mississippi Championship Hot Air Balloon Fest returns for its 38th year this week offering tons of fun for the whole family. 

Herring book reception

The Madison County Republican Party held a reception last week in Canton honoring Jim Herring for his book “The Switcher” that gives a unique

Mustache the Band to play annual Balloon Glow

RIDGELAND – The annual Celebrate America Balloon Glow is returning to Northpark mall on Friday, June 30 with music, food, and other fun activities for the whole family. 

County audit: $600,000 unaccounted

Madison County’s borrowing ability could be impacted by an audit that has shown the Tax Collector has failed to keep adequate books as far back as 2017. 

Over 16K customers lose power in storm

Madison County continues to recover from a series of storms over the weekend and late last week that claimed the life of a Canton man and left about 16,000 without power, some for days.

Firefighters participate in intensive training sessions

RIDGELAND — Numerous training sessions, from physical fitness to extrication, dive, rope rescue, and ladder skills training, are helping the Ridgeland Fire Department better serve citizens.

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