The Magee Trojans have fought, battled, been forced to play five games in a six day period, and gave every last drop of effort this past week. The Trojans have had a rough run with scheduling...
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W e were on again and off again about driving to Starkville this past weekend to see old friends, eat crawfish and attend a baseball game.
I justified the trip by taking a couple of Masonic chairs, which I referred to as “thrones,” to our cabin in Newton on our way.
The City of Magee is moving into the digital world as they map assets as well as city services.
Aldermen Whitney Baker and Patrick Brown took the bull by the horns and initiated contact with Central Mississippi Planning and Development District to launch the project.
Sixteen-year-old Brentley Berry of Magee was there willing to save his neighbor’s life Monday afternoon.
Berry’s neighbor and long term friend, Ronnie Brown, was fishing in the neighborhood lake on Monday afternoon when the seat on his boat broke, throwing Brown overboard.
The Magee Chamber of Commerce and The Magee Courier recently collaborated to provide candidates with an opportunity to address the public before the upcoming primary elections on August 6 in a political forum held at Ural Everett Park in Magee.
Hills Chapel M.B. Church, Inc. 1860 SCR 105 Louin presents 2019 Gospel Explosion at 6:30 p.m., Saturday, March 23, 2019. Our special guest for this occasion is Phalti M.B. Church Choir of Bay Springs, MS. Everyone is invited to a night of praise.
B eing in the hot seat goes with the job and, yes, sometimes it gets personal, but that is part of it, too.
It does not matter what we print in the newspaper, we are going to get the brunt of somebody’s anger, or as some folks put it, “the short end of the ‘proverbial’ stick.”
Simpson County Sheriff Greg Reynolds reported that a 92-year-old fisherman died after falling into a pond Sunday afternoon. The victim was identified as Robert Devine.