Recent reports of students’ meals being thrown out by Simpson County School District food service workers were accurate.
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I t is budget time again for governmental agencies, but just because an agency or department needs or wants something doesn’t mean they will always get what they request.
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.
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.
The Magee and Mendenhall Boards of Aldermen and Simpson County Board of Supervisors recently adopted a resolution showing their support for an in-state tax of customers who buy goods from remote sellers with no physical presence in Mississippi.
A welcome to Magee was the theme of a reception held at the Magee Community Center Friday.
The reception was hosted by the city and CGS, Inc., to welcome Five County Child Development to their new center of operations at the former Magee Elementary campus.
A welcoming reception will be held at the Magee Civic Center on Friday August 10 from 11 a.m. until 12:30 p.m.
The reception will be a welcoming reception for Five County Child Development, Inc. and their re-location to the city and their acqusition of the old Magee Elementary Campus to be used for the Head Start Program.