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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.

Magee’s Crazy Day pageant winners

With a field of 25 contestants, winning top honors at the annual Magee Crazy Day pageant are, from left, Pre-Teen Miss Crazy Day, Layla Warren; Little Miss Crazy Day, Emmelyn Adcock; Miss Crazy Day, Mallory Cockrell; Petite Miss Crazy Day, Ainsley Karoline Warren; Tiny Miss Crazy Day, Winter Rain Kemp; Mrs.




MDOT issues storm warning

MDOT prepares for Nate

JACKSON, MISS. – As Tropical Storm Nate moves into the Gulf of Mexico, the Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) is preparing for the storm to make landfall as a hurricane along Mississippi’s coastal counties.


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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