Statewide accountability scores released this week leave ample room for improvement in Simpson County’s public schools.
Representative Price Wallace got in touch with us the other day to say that if we needed a good speaker at Lions Club to let him know. His suggestion was Meg Annison, Director of Communication for the Mississippi Lottery.
Whether Simpson County stays dry on goes wet will now be up to voters in November.
The Simpson County Board of Supervisors approved placing the initiative on the ballot, which is a matter of protocol, for the General Election to be held November 5. The county held a special meeting last Friday to approve the measure.
The election last week displayed a pretty weak voter turn-out. According to the stats, only about 32 percent of the registered voters in Simpson County bothered to go to the polls.
The largest votes were for the two state offices of governor and attorney general.
What is the 2020 census about and why does it matter?
That question already has many folks scratching their heads, but we hope to answer some of your questions and encourage you to respond when it is time.
According to the U. S. Census Bureau, the following are some of the most frequent questions about the census process.
It appears that the voters of Simpson County may finally be able to decide whether they want alcoholic beverages to be served in Simpson County.