A facilities use plan commissioned by the Simpson County School Board offers a third party view of some of the options for the public schools’ physical plants and future needs.
The options come with hefty price tags that range from $30 million to $70 million. However, another option pointed out was to do nothing about facilities.
The Simpson County School District held a work session last Friday as part of their continuing education obligation as well as working to improve educational levels of the children of Simpson County.
The conference was directed by Dr. Mike Waldrip, president of the Mississippi School Board Association.
The upcoming 2020 Census can determine much about the future of Simpson County. Unfortunately, many residents do not take the census seriously and do not understand all of the issues at stake in getting a proper count.
Our community is faced with a dilemma when it comes to unwanted pets. When people commit to welcoming an animal into their homes many times they do not realize it is for the lifetime of that animal. People say, “It was so cute as a puppy or a kitten and before we knew it they had grown into adult pets that inconvenienced us,” and they have re
The most important weapon you have is your mind so that is why it is important to remain calm and take charge of the situation.
This past week marked the beginning of fall. Hard to believe with some of the weather we have been having that we are supposedly in the cooler part of the year.
The City of Magee is faced with a difficult option--what do you do when there are too many dogs for the city pound to care for?
Mayor Dale Berry told the board Tuesday night that 12 is about the maximum number the city can care for at this point.