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Made of brightly colored yarn and stitched together with prayers, hundreds of crocheted or knit blankets will make their way from St.
Members of the Jackson Academy Board of Trustees provide guidance and resources for the proper governance of the school.
The city of Ridgeland is experiencing a significant drop in new residential construction this year due to a low inventory of available lots.
When Ken Adcock built his Carolwood Drive home two decades ago, White Oak Creek was a meandering stream, lined with trees and a sloping creek.
The Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) permit board decided Tuesday to table the NCL Waste landfill decision until its January 14 meeting.











Free tuition

Gov. Phil Bryant’s budget proposal for the 2018-19 fiscal year revives his idea of experimenting with free community college tuition for a certain number of students.



Angel tree

Residents of Reunion Madison collected hundreds of gifts for Angel Tree donations for children and seniors as well as Toys for Tots. Shown are (from left, back) Casey Smith, Marcus McWilliams; (front) Abby Enfinger.


Plenty of opinions

By RICK CLEVELAND,

Let’s try another opinions column in the old Twitter-style, 140 characters at a time...

• NY Giants coach Ben McAdoo is a doofus. Should have been fired yesterday. #PeterPrinciplewins again.

• Just go ahead and give Alvin Kamara NFL Rookie of the Year. Guy is insanely terrific. #somuchfuntowatch


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1. Before she began working at Premier Fabrics, she was a teacher. 2. She is a life-long resident of Jackson.