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Poppy Petal Florist & Gifts

Poppy Petal Florist & Gifts had it’s Ribbon Cutting Ceremony on February 11, 2020 at 11:00 a.m. It is located in the old Hugh’s Florist builing.  Pictured are Poppy Petal’s team and members of the Magee City Chamber of Commerce.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 




Head ‘Em Up, Move ‘Em Out!

Simpson County Sheriff Paul Mullins joined Perry Sorey and the Dixie National Wagon Train as they traveled through Mendenhall and made camp at D’Lo Water Park last week. The Dixie National Wagon Train Mount Olive Ride is an 88 mile ride that lasts seven days. Photo credits: Latasha Millis

 

 

 

 

 






2020 Dixie National Rodeo

Ryan McGuffee, Joe McGuffee, Walker McGuffee, Angie McGuffee, Amanda Blakeney (MSU Extension Simpson County Coordinator), Price Wallace (House Representative, District 77), Andy Gipson (Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce), Joe Magee, Mark Wolken, Candice Wolken, Marsha Magee, Meredith Mangum, Ayden Wolken, Paxten Wolken, Owen Wolken, and


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EARLY DISMISSAL

SIMPSON COUNTY SCHOOL DISTRICT
Due to the potential inclement weather for Thursday, April 18, Simpson County School District will dismiss at 12:30 p.m. Classes will resume on Monday, April 22, 2019




Caulder Reed Recognized

Caulder Reed, Magee High Class of 2018 graduate and former President of the Student Body, has been recognized as one of the TOP TEN freshmen at LSU from a class of 6,000+. Pictured with Caulder is proud mom Lisa Reed. Just goes to show that a great Trojan can also be a great Tiger!

 

 

 

 

 

 






Administrator answers, Why we are paying two sheriffs?

By RHUEL DICKINSON,

Election of local officials is a serious matter; most elected officials are elected for a four-year term.  They remain in office until the end of the term unless they resign, retire, die or are removed for some legal reason.  Elected officials are not required to earn or take vacation or sick leave; they serve in their elective position regardl


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Arrest Reports 7-21-2017

The Simpson County Sheriff’s Office reported 23 arrests from September 11 to September 18.
Jason Jordan of 616 Hillen Bale Hattiesburg MS was arrested on September 16 and charged with possession of methamphetamine. 










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