His passion is collecting cars of varying types. He loves to travel to surrouding areas to ride dirt bikes. Rock bands from the 1970s are his favorite. He loves traveling to Asian countries. He and his wife got engaged in Hong Kong. He says people are usually surprised to learn he went to military school.
The Madison County library system’s bookmobile will be rolling into a community near you throughout the month of May.
The mobile library will give Madison County residents the opportunity to peruse the shelves, check out popular titles among other library services.
Madison County engineer Dan Gaillet says he was hired to “pave roads and move traffic,” and he hopes to accomplish both with several road projects that are underway in the county.
“We are looking at short term, midterm and long-term projects to accomplish those goals,” Gaillet said. “We have a number of road projects underway.”
She considers herself a pressure washing extraordinaire. She has visited more than 50 countries. One of her former careers was seizing property for the IRS. She has taught classical piano. She lives in a home that was built by Ross Barnett.
After months of battling giant salvinia in the reservoir, the Pearl River Valley Water Supply District (PRVWSD) board voted to lift the boating ban in Pelahatchie Bay beginning May 14.
The board outlined several rules and regulations to ensure that the trace amounts of salvinia will not be spread.
The legal battle over Gluckstadt incorporation wages on, as the city of Canton has filed a cross appeal against the 2018 jurisdictional ruling and the 2019 final decree granting incorporation.
A local business owner, Ron Hutchinson, also filed an appeal before the 10-day appeals window closed on April 22.
When Sheila Haynes took up golf, she had no idea that her new hobby would become her passion.
After more than 30 years, dozens of tournaments, countless priceless memories and lasting friendships, Haynes still loves the sport and aims to continue to get better.
Longtime Jackson Academy (JA) staff member Bruce Sumrall has been with the school through many highs and lows. High water and low enrollment, to name a couple.
After more than 10 years of work and a ruling granting the incorporation of Gluckstadt, a local business owner has stepped forward to file an appeal and further delay the area from becoming a city.
The appeal process could take one to two years to complete, Gluckstadt attorney John Scanlon said.