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JACKSON — New Stage Theatre has announced Early Bird registrations for its 2022 Summer Camps in acting, singing, and dance for students rising 2nd through 12th during the 2022-2023 school year.

St. Joe students to perform musical tonight

MADISON – One of the greatest musicals of all time is headed for St. Joseph Catholic School next week when a cast of students stage “Singing in the Rain” live in the school’s Fine Arts theater.

Starting today (Thursday), families can find baked goods, bounce houses, and other fun activities at Livingston Local while enjoying a fun atmosphere that harkens back to simpler times.

The 148 Madison Central students who joined the elite 30+ Club scoring among the highest in the country on their ACT were challenged by Principal Shaun Brewer during a ceremony last week that brought dignitaries and families alike when he asked them what their next great move is.

Pastor Josh Braddy, the Lead Pastor of Broadmoor Baptist Church recently delivered the opening prayer to the Mississippi House of Representatives

Clark Ander Roberts of Madison recently served as a Page for the Mississippi House of Representatives.

McClain Ellis of Madison recently served as a Page for the Mississippi House of Representatives.

Robert “Res” Ishee of Madison recently served as a Page for the Mississippi Senate. Pages generally run errands for officials and Senate staff

Caroline Bennett of Jackson recently served as a Page for the Mississippi Senate. Pages generally run errands for officials and Senate staff.

Ford Stewart, (second left), and Dave Roberts (third from left) both of Madison, recently served as a Page for the Mississippi Senate.

Sophie Morgan, (right), of Ridgeland recently served as a Page for the Mississippi Senate.

John Garrett Walters recently served as a Mississippi Senate Senior Page and is the son of Nick and Lisa Walters.

Mission trip leads Ford to plumbing

Patton Ford said a sign advertising plumbing classes at Hinds Community College in Pearl locked in his decision to pursue his plumbing career after discovering his love for the trade during a mission trip to Haiti.

Gluckstadt Police Department shaping up

GLUCKSTADT — Police Chief Wendell Watts has hired a polygraph examiner and reports the new police department is coming together well.

‘Queer Bible’ display settled

RIDGELAND — A new agreement between the city and the county library system opens up mechanisms of communication that didn’t exist before after a controversy erupted in January over a book display that included “The Queer Bible.”

A more than $400,000 renovation of the Ridgeland Municipal Court Services building was approved by aldermen this week.

When Marsha Barron became a Master Gardener in 2010, one of the first projects she took part in was the Metro Master Gardeners Annual Plant Sale. 

Main Harbor installing new piers

Main Harbor Development, LLC announced that the construction of three additional piers is underway at Main Harbor Marina on the Ross Barnett Reservoir. 

Madison’s Abby May has special insight as a future nurse: She knows what it’s like to have a medical crisis and a chronic illness.

How to throw a proper Southern crawfish boil

I don’t know when the crawfish bubble began to blow up. I imagine it was maybe around the time the TV show Swamp People became a big deal, or was it the Duck Dynasty guys?

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