Dr. and Mrs. Walton Lynn Stringer announce the engagement of their daughter, Sydney Lea Stringer, to Kyle Alexander Zebley, of Pittsburgh. Miss Stringer is the granddaughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Stringer and the late Dr. and Mrs. Robert Sydney Snyder, all of Jackson.
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In his first year, St. Joseph Catholic School head coach John Bond is hoping to build on the success of his predecessor, who helped get the Bruins back to their winning ways.
More than 35,000 faulty water meters were installed as part of the city’s $91 million energy performance contract with Siemens.
Billions of dollars in local and state bonds are being issued without competitive bidding. Many of the leading state experts in Mississippi bidding laws are wondering why. It used to not be this way.
There’s no telling how much taxpayer money is being left on the table. It’s probably in the millions of dollars.
High-end apartments similar to those in the District at Eastover could soon be coming to the former Colonial Country Club site.
Last week, crews began tearing down the old Colonial clubhouse, a sign that work on the Colonial Highlands development could begin soon.
Parham Bridges Park promises to be a busy place in the coming weeks, with nearly $400,000 in improvements and additions planned for the popular Northside facility.
A product of the Mississippi hill-country, standing water was something I saw only in a pond on my parent’s farm or crossing the creek on “the place.” Beyond the occasional thrill of Grenada Lake spillway opening, flooding was a distant story on the Sunday evening news.
Oh, spring break. How I used to love thee. Ski trips or beach trips, entire days with friends, and no school!! One year when I was a kid, my family returned from a beach trip to find it was snowing in Mississippi, in March—spring break was just magical.
Madison Middle School presented “Aladdin, Jr.” as their fall schoolwide musical. Students were chosen by audition for roles as the cast and dancers. Sixth-grade choir students sang as the chorus, while others assisted with sets, and former students served as crew.
The Garden Club of Madison was recently treated to a day at the Dunhopen Farm of Kay Van Skiver in Canton to enjoy her raised flower gardens and vegetables plus donkeys, horses and chickens.
Samuel Morgan, son of Jessica Morgan and student at Magnolia Home School Co-op, recently served as a page for the Mississippi Senate. Pages generally run errands for officials and Senate staff.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s basketball teams recently celebrated Senior Night, recognizing seniors on the teams and their families. Shown are (from left) Ladd, Jake and Jennifer Monk.
Fourth-graders at First Presbyterian Day School presented character book reports on the biography of their choice. Shown are (from left) Emily Head, Luke Essary, Catherine Hawkins, Andrew Oswalt, and Will Newman.
Jackson Academy fifth grade students (from left, back) Yates Elfert Jr., Luke New, Caleb Bidwell; (front) Sara Kate Long, Katherine Gault, Olivia Salvo, and Sanders Reeves created monsters and wrote presentations describing them, exercising their imaginations and practicing writing skills.
Learning to play the guitar in music class at Jackson Academy are (from left) Isabell Russell, Porter Meeks, Riley Flechas, Nicholas Rula and Vaiden Taylor.
St. Andrew’s Episcopal School fourth-graders serve as acolytes in the school’s chapel service each Friday. At a recent service, upper school students serving on the honor council spoke with lower school students about the school’s honor code.
Madison Central High School most school spirit are (from left) Noah Jolly and Cara Dale Palmer.
First Presbyterian Day School sixth-graders created various cell models for science class, including edible ones. Shown are (from left) Nick Kogan, Caroline Smith, and Holden Heigle.