Today's Top Stories

Recent reports of students’ meals being thrown out by Simpson County School District food service workers were accurate. 

The Simpson County Board of Supervisors have adopted their annual budget for the upcoming year. 

The millage will remain at the same rate as last year,103.5 mills to support the county budget. 

The town of Braxton lost a revered member of their community when Mayor Mable Everett passed away on September 16.

Ole Miss will honor its 2018 inductees into the M-Club Hall of Fame this fall, Sept. 21, with six Rebels across five sports being enshrined.  One of those is a local man.

Simpson Academy celebrated Homecoming on Friday, September 14, with a victory against Natchez Cathedral. Morgan Griffith was crowned 2018 Homecoming queen. She was escorted by Marvin Griffith.

 

 

 

 

 

Representatives from the City of Magee met with the Simpson County School Board recently to discuss a 14.5 acre tract of land owned by the Simpson County School District which the city wanted to use as a park for residents.




Soccer sign-up begins

The City of Mendenhall is now registering for youth soccer. Co-ed soccer will be available for children ages 3-16. A$45 registration fee includes the purchase of a team jersey. Registration forms are available at City Hall. Participants will need cleats, shin guards, and shorts.


Suds 4 Dogs Day

Keep Mendenhall Beautiful recently hosted a “Suds 4 Dogs” event in which citizens would receive free hotdogs for cleaning street signs. The event drew great participation. Ready to work are, from left, Jeannnie Gregory, Melissa Caughman, Teresa Bowen, Shannon Welch, Brenda Booth, Martha Stubbs, Latasha Millis, and Susan Minor.

 











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