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Rodeo pays tribute to Madison's Killebrew

A two-day rodeo honoring the legacy of a Madison man who died in a South American plane crash in 2021 while on a business trip is set for this weekend.

DUNCAN/The faithful slave

If you have Bibles, please open to Matthew chapter 24:45-51. Jesus is telling a story,

New Stage holding auditions

New Stage Theatre is holding open auditions for their 2023-2024 season that are open to children and adults from Madison County and the tri-state area. 

LOWRY/Mutually assured re-nomination

There’s being fortunate in your enemies, and then there’s having enemies who are helping you take the first step in your political comeback.

Ridgewood Road work remains underway

RIDGELAND — Work crews are ahead of schedule and eyeing a mid-September completion date on an ongoing drainage project that has left a portion of Ridgewood Road closed to motorists here.

Bucket truck causes large power outage

MADISON — The entrance to Trace Vineyard was blocked Wednesday as Entergy crews worked to restore downed power poles following an accident involving a bucket truck that led to localized outages.

Canton man sentenced in attempted murder trial

A Canton man was sentenced to 20 years after he pleaded guilty to the attempted murder of a woman at a motel last year.

Warnock seeks 4th continuance in trial

Former Madison County engineer Rudy Warnock is seeking a fourth continuance in his federal bribery and wire fraud trial scheduled for Aug. 7.

Madison’s Katherine Yates is making the most of her time at the Neshoba County Fair by hosting an annual tea party based on a famous children’s book. 

MADISON — Road closures at the railroad will impact drivers here starting Monday.

Man wanted on drug charges arrested

The Madison County Sheriff’s Office arrested a man on a drug warrant earlier today at a Canton apartment complex after a standoff, authorities say.

Randy Tyler, a retired career law enforcement officer who had signed on part-time with Madison PD seven years ago because he still had a desire to serve his community, was laid to rest in Madison …

MPD officer killed in the line of duty identified

A Madison Police officer was fatally wounded in the line of duty during a hostage standoff in Brandon Thursday, the authorities said.

Clark Beverage Group, a leading distributor of alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages like Coca-Cola, is building a new 400,000 square-foot facility near Amazon at the Madison County Mega Site, officials announced this morning. 

MADISON — A precautionary Boil Water Notice has been given to all city of Madison water customers east of Crawford Street.

A children's book depicting Santa Claus as a gay man married to another man is part of a Christmas display at the Ridgeland Library.

Water distribution sites open in Jackson

Gov. Tate Reeves today announced that the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency, in coordination with the Mississippi National Guard, Mississippi State Department of Health, Mississippi Forestry Commission, Mississippi Department of Public Safety, and Mississippi Commissioner of Agriculture, Andy Gipson, in conjunction with Hinds County and the City of Jackson are opening water distribution supersites throughout the area impacted by the water crisis.

Gluckstadt launches bottled water drive for Jackson

JACKSON — Faucets could start flowing Wednesday evening as water tanks fill, Gov. Tate Reeves told reporters Wednesday afternoon without giving a precise time, as the state took command of the drinking water crisis that’s left hundreds of thousands of residents and businesses without running water. 

MADISON — Hoy Road east of Tisdale Road to Sundial Road will be restricted to local traffic only three days next week.

Madison County supervisors voted 3-2 this morning to opt-out of allowing medical marijuana dispensaries.

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