Today's Top Stories

The Simpson County Board of Education has renewed contracts for administrators for the 2019-2020 school year.

The big news to come from the Simpson County Board of Supervisors meeting last week was the rubber stamp to transfer ownership of the water tower in the industrial park located on Hwy.

The Simpson County School Board recognized several student athletes who were presented certificates by Superintendent Greg Paes.

The Simpson County School Board has begun the search for a superintendent of schools. It may be a monumental task.

Mendenhall High School recently honored five Tigers who signed scholarship offers on National Signing Day.

Reynolds named SO2


Sheriff Donald O’Cain recently named his replacement for Chief of Operations Scott Womack, who had resigned.

Last week O’Cain announced that long time deputy Greg Reynolds has been named Chief Deputy, and will assist with the day to day operations of the Sheriff’s Office.

Simpson Cougar

Simpson Cougar QB Ethan Flynt, #15, hands the ball off to running back Dylan Hallman, #1, in Saturday night’s hard-fought MAIS AAAA DII State Championship game against Lamar School.  The Cougars came up short, losing the heart-breaker to Lamar 33-32 in overtime.

Walk a Mile in My Shoes


Pastor Alvin Moore of Moss Point, Miss., and Director Lawrence D. Wallace are excited to present their upcoming series titled Walk a Mile in My Shoes.

The series was written and produced by Moore who also wrote and directed The Perfect Gift, which can be seen on Netflix.