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One of the biggest announcements to come from Simpson County School Board at their last meeting is that graduation rates in Simpson County have surpassed not only the state but also the national average.
Station 7 Fire and Rescue sub station 2129 Simpson Hwy 540 Magee, will have a Human Trafficking event on Friday, June 14, at 6:30 p.m. Everyone is invited to attend and learn more about the types of human trafficking and what you can do to help end this crime.
Election of local officials is a serious matter; most elected officials are elected for a four-year term. They remain in office until the end of the term unless they resign, retire, die or are removed for some legal reason. Elected officials are not required to earn or take vacation or sick leave; they serve in their elective position regardl
The good news is that another 3,000 third-graders have gotten a high enough score on Mississippi’s reading test to advance to the fourth grade.
This past weekend the Simpson County Country Club had a really enjoyable golf tournament. That was thanks to a lot of folks who made things happen.
The qualifying deadline for candidates in the 2019 election has passed and the candidate list is set.
When the Mendenhall Mayor and Board of Aldermen held their regularly scheduled meeting on June 4 they was able to fill three much needed positions for the grass crew when they hired three part time workers to help the city maintain the grass through the summer.
Thursday turned out to be a good day for animal activists in Simpson County.
Justice Court Judge Ted Blakeney ruled in favor of Kelly Collins with Rescue Revolution in their animal cruelty case against Milton Craig, a Simpson County resident.