Today's Top Stories
This week the Simpson County Falcons traveled to take on the Bobcats of Sumrall. The first match up would be the Rookie division (7-8 yrs). The coin toss was won by the Falcons, who elected to receive. On the first play from scrimmage Bryson Caffie would break loose for a 60 yard score.
Tiger Nation rejoiced last Friday night after the team captured their first victory of the season with a 4 point win over Jefferson County.
The final score was 26-22 in a game that came down to the wire for the Mendenhall Tigers, who have shown progress from week to week on each side of the ball.
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.
On July 2, the Mendenhall Board of Aldermen approved a request from the Mendenhall Police Department to pursue a Department of Public Safety Justice Assistance Grant for the purchase of new equipment. Police Chief Candy McCullum recently announced that the department was awarded the grant.
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.
Dennis Ammann, President and Chief Executive Officer of Peoples Bank, today announced several promotions of bank personnel.