Juniors serving as class officers on the Jackson Academy Student Council for 2019-2020 are (from left) Alice Williams, Priya Ray, Thomas Arnold, and Ava Couey. Not pictured: Lila Robertson.
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Henrietta Minor Burnham passed away peacefully on the afternoon of Tuesday, September 24.
When Jackson resident Kim Evans realized he had accidentally let his driver’s license expire, he went to the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) in Jackson to renew it.
“Into the Breeches!” opens New Stage Theatre’s 54th season with a comic splash, an ensemble cast and a pull-together spirit that toasts the power of art in community.
I sat alone in my study carefully sifting through an assortment of stone artifacts I have accumulated over decades of walking fields and inspecting crops. Each specimen holds within, a history of Native American which is bound by the walls of knapped flint and chert.
More than a year after it was slated to wrap up, the $17.4 million airport runway repaving project has been delayed again.
And for developers, those delays mean that late fees are adding up.
Despite moving up to class 6A this year, the Germantown Mavericks are off to a strong start, going 2-1 in its first three outings.
The Mavericks are hoping to improve upon that record this week, when they face 6A opponent Terry High School (2-2).
A service of worship celebrating the marriage of Jessica Ruth Arnold and Daniel Hartley Duddleston was held May 4 at Bridlewood of Madison at 7 p.m. The ceremony was officiated by the Reverend David Felker.
I have a theory about idiot lights on cars: They are controlled by the finance offices of car companies. If a car company is about to miss their earnings target, a computer program activates the engine light icon on millions of cars throughout the world, generating billions in service charges.
Madison Ridgeland Academy students joining The National High School Mathematics Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta include (from left) Colby Wynn, Madelyn Solari, Cole Ruwe, Sunny Nurse, Olivia Nadalich, Carson Lindsey, Julia Greaves, Connor Douglas, Travis Byrd.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s senior football players are (from left) Jace Roach, Jordan Simmons, Calvin Dean, Isaac Watts, Aaron Cooper, Caleb Young, Josh Tucker, Lleyton Carr, and Christopher McCain, manager.
First Presbyterian Day School sixth-graders (from left) Dendy Hogan and Jake Bailey were chosen Most Friendly by their classmates for the 2018-19 school year.
Varsity girls soccer for Jackson Prep this year are (from left, back) Head Coach Jon Marcus Duncan, Sarah Cory, Eliza Mazzaferro, Anders Morgan, Margie Frye, Elle Lingle, Madeleine Black, Bradley Carter, Anna Grace Morgan, Maggie Muenzenmay, Summer Wheat; (front) Annie Jicka, Olivia Sasser, Caroline Dreher, Dylan Burkhalter, Selah Ferguson, Jos
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently celebrated 2018-19 Senior Night, recognizing senior members of the softball team. Shown are (from left) Hannah, Hannah Clay and Burney King.
Mary Patton Murphy and Spence Graves
First Presbyterian Day School will hold its annual fundraiser Holiday Potpourri on October 25 at the home of Tommy and Laura Stansell in the Eastover neighborhood.
At the Rotary Club of Jackson’s recent meeting. Amanda Fontaine (right) presented our “Service Above Self” award to Tom Johnson. In addition to being a former president, Johnson has led the charge in many of the club’s community service initiatives.
Tournament inspires Sarah Broom to work with Chastain to improve the school’s tennis program.
Sarah Broom went to a tennis tournament at the River Hills Club hoping to take in some matches and watch future stars battle it out before they make it big in the Women’s Tennis Association.
Jackson Academy Upper School students (from left, back) Will Spence, Charlie Gautier, Harris McLemore, Eeshaan Bajaj, McNeil Dinkins, Connor Gee; (front) Kaylan Sanders, Anna Claire Seago, Kit McCormack, Reid Hewitt, and Reese Anderson were recognized at the 2018-19 school awards day ceremony due to their enthusiasm for learning, respect for ot
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School students are challenged every year to read 50 books the summer before starting first grade. Each year, on the first week of school, the students who successfully completed the challenge are awarded a certificate and a book of their own.
Attorney General Jim Hood was the guest speaker for a recent meeting of the Madison Lions Club. Shown are (from left) Dan D’Amico, Stacey Philley, Hood, Greg Shows, and Chris Johnson.
Lucas Truong, First Presbyterian Day School preschool student, enjoyed a visit from firemen at their neighborhood station during Community Helper Week.
First Presbyterian Day School preschoolers performed an Easter program for parents and friends.
These Jackson Academy kindergarteners spent a cozy day in their Christmas pajamas recently.
To promote shoreline habitat and stabilize the bank, a planting project will soon be underway. Shoreline areas along the Ross Barnett Reservoir, such as the Reservoir Overlook, were recently lined with rip rap rock to repair eroded slopes.
I can’t recall the exact date, but somewhere around 20 plus years ago the Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries, and Parks created several special youth seasons for those younger than 16 years of age. Don’t hold me to it, but I believe a two day waterfowl season was the first in a series for the kids.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School recently held the lower school’s closing chapel, during which rising fifth-graders received certificates signifying successful completion of the fourth grade.
The North State Street Reconstruction Project is moving along, although contractors are slightly behind schedule.
The second phase of the $19.6 million project got underway in January.
That work includes rebuilding the southbound lane from Northside Drive to Sheppard Road.