Adult day care facilities in the city have been given the green light to go ahead and reopen.
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A person of interest taken into custody on Sunday in relation to a Sunday morning homicide in Sunflower has been officially charged, and according to Sunflower Police Chief Bobby Walker Municipal Court Judge Kuykendall Murry set a $1 million bond for Albert Carpenter III.
Basketball practice has already started for some at North Sunflower Academy. Pictured from last week’s first round of warmups are (front) Gracie Barrett, Baylee Hewitt, Penelope Patterson, Hollie Clem and Makayla Turner. In the second row are Carson Scallion, Jenny Hewett, Meredythe Scallion and Callie Sumner.
Coaches prep for gridiron return: Gentry, Thomas E. Edwards look to safely hit the practice field soonBy PAUL PUTNAM SPORTS WRITER,
These Coronavirus times may be uncertain but plans for the 2020 high school football season have begun to be put into place.
Most recently, the Mississippi High School Athletic Association announced that June 1 will be the date which its member schools may begin their summer workout schedule.
NSA will be experiencing a leadership change in the fall. Mrs. Allyson Land, Elemetary Principal, is retiring. Hilari Tackett, formerly second grade teacher, has accepted the reins of leadership from Mrs. Land.
If you’re like most people, you don’t recognize the name Gina Raimondo. George Will, a conservative columnist for The Washington Post, thinks that Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden should recognize her most of all.
The Mississippi State Department of Health may soon be releasing the names of nursing homes related to some COVID-19 deaths and cases, that is unless they appeal a Hinds County judge’s Tuesday ruling in favor of Hattiesburg newspaper The PineBelt NEWS.
When people are desperate, they are more inclined to do dumb things. To Mississippi’s credit, it avoided that trap when it went shopping for personal protective equipment in the early days of the COVID-19 outbreak.