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A sculpture dedicated on Mother's Day at Madison-Ridgeland Academy serves as a lasting tribute to the late Leigh Anne Ward, a beloved computer teacher at MRA. Comment?
Friends of the Ridgeland Library will present Katy Houston, author of the cookbook 'Sweetness Follows: The Story of a Young Man's Journey from Near Death to a Beautiful Life,' at noon Wednesdayat the Ridgeland Library. Comment?
Mississippi College student Victor Barnette receiving a $500 scholarship from the Radio People on April 29 at their studios in Ridgeland. Comment?
The Clinton school district's policy on student drug use is poised to become much more punitive toward offenders, who will suffer consequences whether they use drugs at school or off campus. Comment?
Cyclists make their way along the bike path Sunday on the Natchez Trace Parkway near I-55 in Ridgeland. Comment?
Methodical thinking and organizational skills come naturally to Susan Allbritton, and she uses them every day on the job as manager of the orthopedic program at the University of Mississippi Medical Center. Comment?
A Flora mother accused of leaving her newborn son in a suitcase outside of a church could go to trial this week to face charges in the child's death. Comment?
Madison Parks & Recreation will present 'Easter in the Park,' from 10 a.m. to noon March 23, at Strawberry Patch Park. Comment?
Mississippi College graduates Guy Stricklin and Derek Walker were showered with two awards at the Mississippi Collegiate Art Competition in Jackson recently. Comment?
The Jackson Prep junior class will host its annual garage sale Saturday. Early bird hours are 5-7 a.m., with a $5 admission fee. Comment?
Both Ridgeland Mayor Gene McGee and the Board of Aldermen and the Madison County Board of Supervisors passed resolutions last week that support the relocation of the state department to the building formerly occupied by Diversified Technolgies Inc. 1 comment
The Mississippi Department of Revenue needs a new facility, and the state has a fair and legal process for identifying the best option. Comment?
The university won College Board approval last month for a 10-year, $1.5 million lease for 8,600 square feet of office space in Madison for a branch to open this summer. Comment?
The Madison the City Retirement Program will sponsor an overnight trip to New Orleans for Spring Fiesta March 9-10 for senior adults. Comment?
Madison Central ended years of soccer frustration with a 3-0 victory over Ocean Springs Friday night in the Class 6A state title game at Clinton High School. Comment?
MC students captured top honors in the International Economic Summit at Mississippi College in Clinton. Comment?