Nanih Waiya Attendance Center competes in academic competition

The academic team competing in this year's competition from Nanih Waiya (pictured left-right): Standing- Brantlie Sheets, Reagan Holdiness, Tammy Parkes (Advisor). Seated- Laura Beth Hailey, Madison Holdiness, Ashley Luke, John Henry. 

From press reports

 

Mississippi College is honored to host the 31st annual academic competition. Thirty-six teams began competing on November 12, 2013 and the competition will continue until February 11, 2014.

The quiz-like, single-elimination competition is designed with questions … Read more

Headstart royalty

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The Winston County Head Start held the Mr. and Miss Head Start Program on November 21, 2013. It was enjoyed by all. The children presented activities and had fun modeling their attire. The winners were as following: Pictures from left … Read more

Refuge improves water management

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From press report

 

A new modern water control gate was installed this month on the main structure at Loakfoma Lake.

The new gate will allow staff to better manage water levels and provide quality habitat for waterfowl, fish and … Read more

Pet of the week

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We are hoping to find homes for all of the animals in the shelter. Lots of puppies and cats/kittens have already been adopted. Adult dogs like Jennie have had no luck at all. We found Jennie at a church. She … Read more

Noxapater Clinic opens, begins accepting patients

Ready to welcome patients are registered nurse Debbie Edwards, Family Nurse Practitioner Nancy Jordan, LPN/Lab Technician Deidre Coleman, and front office clerk Jinny Lynn Rodman.

From staff reports

 

While some of the outside landscaping and appearance details are still underway, the Noxapater Health Clinic is now accepting patients.

The facility offers a full staff including Nancy Jordan as a Family Nurse Practitioner along with … Read more