Playing on Jackson Academy’s junior varsity boys soccer team are (from left, back) Scott Swalley, Cruise Nance, Will Rhodes, Cameron McMichael, Hayden Parr, Thomas Antici, Win Hooker, Brooks Magee; (second row) John Moak Scarbrough, Noah Ramey, Clayton Upchurch, Matthew Mehrle, Hudson Hadley, Blake Jones, Samuel Chustz, Red Deaton; (front) Loui
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Madison Central High School sophomore homecoming court members are (from left, back) Justin Rose, Creek Robertson, Duke Arnold, Carl White; (front) Lexi Sanders, Anna Kay Bumgarner, Logan Watrous and Lana Evans. Homecoming is set for the week of September 24-28.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently celebrated Homecoming 2018. The day’s festivities began as football players, cheerleaders, and dancers greeted Early Childhood Center and Lower School students at carpool and visited classrooms. Shown are (back) Saffron Quinn; (from left, front) Mehak Bedi, and Simria Bedi.
Madison Ridgeland Academy freshman homecoming maids and escorts are ((from left, back) Mackie Edwards, Davis Dalton, McCoy Evans; (front) Avery James, Maddie Rives, Hunter Thompson.
Senior class members of the Jackson Academy 2018-19 homecoming court are (from left, back) Eeshaan Bajaj, son of Dazy and MK Bajaj; Tafarri Pleas, son of Arnetra and Sean Pleas; William Mann III, son of Janet and Doug Mann; Carneilus Powers, son of Tracy Powers and Sophia and Emanuel Harmon; (front) Kate McDowell, daughter of Beth and Mark McDo
Walter Robert Jones Jr., M.D., passed into the arms of his Savior October 19. Walter was born in Greenwood July 21, 1941, to Walter R. Jones and Dorothy Riddell Jones. He was raised in Inverness, where he began his lifelong love affair with the Delta land and its people.
When a Tiny backwater state agency published a public notice in the newspaper that it planned on issuing up to $895 million in state debt, it raised some eyebrows.
The Municipal Gas Authority of Mississippi (MGAM) only has a half-dozen or so employees, but that isn’t stopping the 30-year-old agency from some whopping plans.
The Northside Sun’s Nikki Rowell, passionately and with considerable citations, advanced the point that every woman in this country is threatened with some form of sexual harassment or has already been a victim of it.
No woman should have to fear sexual harassment, let alone fear speaking out about it. We can all agree on that.
For many who seek psychiatric care, religion and spirituality significantly influence one’s internal and external life and are an important part of healing. Mental health and religious faith or spirituality are inseparable for many individuals and this connection is perhaps as old as the religions.