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Mendenhall resident Glenda Crawford is working on a significant project this holiday season. Crawford wants troops from the Simpson County area past and present to be represented this year.

Senior quarterback Javo Thurman, at 6’4” and 190 lbs., and junior kicker Samuel Rials, at 5’7” and 160 lbs., were named Saturday to the First Team All-State squad for 3A football.

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Keep Simpson County Beautiful recently received a large grant of 9 volt batteries from Keep America Beautiful. KSCB President Evelyn Copeland said that the batteries were for use in smoke detectors.

Keep Mississippi Beautiful recently granted a trailer to Keep Simpson County Beautiful. The trailer will be used by  KSCB organization for various beautification projects around the county.

Mendenhall High School senior quarterback Christian Allen has been named Mr.

Simpson’s softball girls never quit

Simpson’s softball team has become the Comeback Queens with two come-from-behind walk off wins in the Overall State AAAA MAIS Tournament. The Lady Cougars had a walk off win against Copiah on Saturday 3-2. They saved their best for last. Trailing 7-1 against Oak Forest, the Lady Cougars roared back to take a walk off 9-8 win.














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