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Arrest Reports 12-12-2019

The Simpson County Sheriff’s Office reported 25 arrests from December 2 to December 9.

The SCSO reported the following additional arrests: domestic violence (2), warrants (5), MDOC (2), DUI 1st, court order, driving with license suspended (2), disturbing the peace, and reckless driving.



Board hears proposal

By MARLAN JONES,

The Mendenhall Mayor and Board of Aldermen met on December 3 for their regularly scheduled meeting to discuss a proposal made by Steve Womack on behalf of Maintenance System Incorporated (MSI). Womack made contact with the board in November and submitted information for their review.



Community Calendar -12-12-2019

December 14

Gospel Sing Saturday, December 14, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at Sanford Community Center, 663 Old Highway 49 Sanford. Featuring Harvest Quartet, Hickory Ridge and The  Faithway Singers. Free admission. A love offering will be received. For more info call 601-765-6485.

December 15


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Christmas Tour Sunday, December 1, 2019

The Ollie Mayhall BYW of the First Baptist Church of Magee is hosting a Christmas Tour Sunday, December 1, 2019 from 2-4 PM.  The Raynold and Tiffany Kinslow home, The Russell building including the offices and apartment of Debra and Jonathan Styron, and Hopewell Presbyterian Church are included on the tour.  Tickets are $10 and may be purchase





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Westhaven Funeral Home

Elijahwon Burns

 

Elijahwon Burns departed this life January 16 in Jackson. Services were January 26, at Westhaven Funeral Home chapel, Jackson, MS.  Services and arrangements are entrusted to Westhaven Memorial Funeral Home of Magee.

 

James Phillip Wilson

 









Martha Jean Owens

Martha Jean Owens departed this life on July 5. Services were held July 13 at Westhaven Memorial Funeral Home Chapel in Magee. Final resting home is Zion Hill Church Cemetery, Zion Hill Community. Services and arrangements entrusted to Westhaven Memorial Funeral Home of Magee.


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School board delays election

After years of complying with restrictive hiring practices, the Simpson County School Board has issued payment to the law firm of Adams and Reese in conjunction with settlement of the court ordered consent decree from which the county has finally been released. 







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