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.

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.

Annandale Chapter DAR Good Citizen Chairman, Debbie Cannon was honored to present Annandale’s 1st Place Good Citizen certificate, lapel pin, and scholarship check to Ava Dear at Madison Central High School on Senior Class Day.

New Stage Theatre’s First Stages Theatre Camp has many Madison County participants.

Hundreds gather to pay respects to Madison officer

MADISON — 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 here Friday after being shot by a deranged man in a hostage situation last week in Brandon.

Chisolm inducted into Phi Beta Kappa

Ashlyn Chisolm of Madison has been inducted into the Gamma of Mississippi Chapter of The Phi Beta Kappa at Mississippi State University.  

Cockrell tapped to lead MUES

Dr. Nicole Cockrell has been named principal of Mannsdale Upper Elementary School, which serves grades three through five in the western Germantown Zone. Cockrell is a familiar face to the Mannsdale Upper Elementary family, having served for the last six years at the campus as assistant principal and the previous three years as the school’s literacy specialist.

Into the Woods” continues this week at Madison Square Center for the Arts, June 15-18.

Madison switching water bills to paper letters

MADISON — Water bills will go from a postcard to a letter format, the city has announced. 

Saturday storm batters Madison

A couple of trees blew over onto a house in Madison’s Sherbourne neighborhood on Saturday.

Warnock federal trial continued to August

Former Madison County engineer Rudy Warnock’s federal bribery and wire fraud trial has been continued for third time as his attorneys say they need more time to comb through thousands of pages of discovery presented by the prosecution. 

Clark Beverage holds groundbreaking

Clark Beverage Group broke ground Tuesday afternoon on their new $100 million facility in Madison County set to be completed in early 2025. 

Ford calls out Steen as a Democrat

Madison state Rep. Jill Ford had some blunt criticism  for the Madison County Board of Supervisors, specifically Board President Gerald Steen, at a lunch last week.

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