Category: News

Compulsory School attendance law noted

Submitted

As the new school year begins, the Mississippi Department of Education, Office of Compulsory School Attendance Enforcement would like to remind area parents about the law governing school attendance.

Under the Mississippi Compulsory School Attendance Law, parents and guardians … Read more

ECCC to offer Fall Softball Skills and Pitching Camps 

East Central Community College and University of Southern Mississippi softball coaches are teaming up to offer both skills and pitching camps on the Decatur campus this fall.

An All Skills Camp will be held Sept. 14, 21, and 28 from … Read more

Jail Docket – 08/12/15

Jail Docket – 08/12/15

August 4, 2015

Triplett, Marcouitz, 11/07/1986, B/M, WSO, Bound Over to County from City.

Ford, Allison, 03/03/1992, W/F, W-15 Higgason, WSO, Revoked Bond.… Read more

More Coconut Cakes: The Dream recipes

Here are a few tips that you may want to use if you are ever planning to bake a delectable coconut cake. First, always use fresh ingredients. If the ingredients call for butter, use real butter, not margarine. The best … Read more

Legals – 08/12/15

Notice of Sale
WHEREAS, the following, Taylor Warren has been given eviction notice at property located at 588 Robertson Rd, Louisville, MS 39339. Notice is hereby given that the personal property and items, belonging to Taylor Warren, located at rental … Read more

Obituaries – 08/12/15

Mrs. Carolyn L. Shurden
August 10, 2015
Funeral services for Mrs. Carolyn L. Shurden, 54, were held at Coleman Funeral Home Chapel on Wednesday, August 12, 2015, in Ackerman at 2 p.m. Burial at Blythe Creek Cemetery.

Mrs. Shurden was … Read more

Home dedication held by Samaritan’s Purse

Rogers and friends look over a collage of photos of the Samaritan’s Purse volunteers building the house.

From press and staff reports

Samaritan’s Purse held a home dedication for Mary Rogers,83, on Wednesday, July 29 on Plattsburg Road in Noxapater.

Hubert Yates, Samaritan’s Purse coordinator and formerly of Winston Strong, began the program with a welcome, opening … Read more

County agrees to keep MDOC inmates without payment

From press & staff reports

Over 16 counties have agreed to continue using state inmates in a work program without reimbursement from the Mississippi Department of Corrections.

The department plans to phase out the current Joint State County Work Program … Read more