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A simple double-wide trailer situated in a parking lot along Lake Harbour Drive has become a beacon of hope for those in need.
Ballet Mississippi will celebrate 25 years of  The Nutcracker production December 6 through December 8.
After a bid was accepted for $5.7 million in short-term borrowing, the Madison County board of supervisors wasted no time throwing their respective projects into the ring.
Use of Jackson’s flagship library continues to slide, two years after it was temporarily closed by the state fire marshal.
By ANTHONY WARREN Senior Staff Writer With both pothole patchers up and running at press time, it appeared the city of Jackson was finally seeing the machines pay off.

Community Service

The students at New Summit School held a collection booth for food, baby items, dog food and cat food taken to Salvation Army for hurricane relief victims of Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Shown are (from left) Kaitlin Fortenberry, Colton Mulligan, Mark Hunter, Dylan Conn, Sam Cranston, Mr.


Broadcasting

Matt Hinkle, Jackson Academy class of ‘03, spoke to a broadcast class about using sound in media. Shown are (from left, back) Matt Hinkle, Luke Pitts, Will Whitfield, John Raines, Asher Morgan, Bryan Eubank; (front) Don Waller, Jordan Davis, Bonner Dinkins.



Sophomore court

Madison Ridgeland Academy 10-grade homecoming maids and escorts include (from left, back) Eli Miciello, Mae Correro, Rivers Futral, Josh Thomas; (front) Graham Feild, Campbell Owens, Sara Carson Hailey and Christopher Snopek.


Halloween party

Covenant Presbyterian preschoolers celebrating Halloween during the school day are (from left) Eliot Frascogna, Clifton Decker, Iyanu Carson, Henry Moore and Anny Yerger.



Lively presentations

In costume as iconic leaders, explorers, and entertainers are (from left) Walter Towery, Porter Meeks, Rett Robinson, Mary Madison New, Landon Stringfellow, Liza Benner, and Landon Lagg. Jackson Academy’s third-grade studied the lives of famous Americans and came to school dressed and ready to give presentations about their lives.


Acolytes

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School fourth-graders serve as acolytes in the school’s chapel service each Friday. At a recent service, senior and honor code prefect Jasmine Deng spoke with students about the school’s honor code.



STEM balloon

Third-graders at Jackson Academy (from left) Phoebe Graham, Caden Clay, and Parker Orr waited for the sunlight to heat up the balloon sitting behind them and send it soaring over the campus’ buildings during STEM period.


Field Trip

First Presbyterian Day School preschoolers enjoyed a field trip to the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum’s Pumpkin Adventure. Shown are (from left, back) Laura Vaiden Clark, Metta Ferris; (front)  David Mann, Alec Dier, Ford Collins, James Nix, Charlie Rich, and Josef Bynum.



Pumpkin

First Presbyterian Day School preschoolers enjoyed a field trip to the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum’s Pumpkin Adventure. Shown are (from left, back) Colt Hendrix, Mason Taylor, Corban Bell, Barron Belcher; (front) Millie Tompkins, Waverly Strange, McNeel Florreich, Caroline Runnels, Cal Wardlaw, and Ella Kate Adcock.


Pajama day

During homecoming week at Rosa Scott, the student government association sponsored Sandy Hook’s Say Something Week at Rosa Week, designed to ensure that everyone at Rosa Scott felt at home especially during homecoming week. Stickers were passed out to remind and encourage each other to say something kind and welcoming to others.


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1. He drove a blue ‘77 Chevy Nova in high school. 2. He played on Jackson Prep’s 1985 and 1986 state championship basketball teams.