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Beware

By NIKKI ROWELL,

Card skimming at ATMs and gas pumps increasing on N’side.

Simple tasks like pumping gas and withdrawing money from an ATM now pose a risk, as cases of credit and debit card skimming continue to rise on the Northside.





Legal fees growing for taxpayers in state’s attempt to takeover airport

By ANTHONY WARREN,

More than three years after the suit was filed, legal fees continue to mount up for taxpayers in the Jackson airport takeover case.

The city and the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority (JMAA) filed suit to stop the state from implementing SB 2162, the measure commonly referred to as the airport takeover bill.



Fleeting Moments

With chalk in hand Eli Childers leaves messages of hope throughout Jackson.

All moments in life are temporary, even the beautiful ones.

Local artist Eli Childers has designed an entire movement around this idea through his chalk art designs, which are also fleeting.




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Junior officers

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.


News Briefs

R’land Police Offer Safe Place

The internet has provided an easy way for people to sell their unwanted or used items. However, not every seller is reputable.

Scams and dangerous people could be lurking behind seemingly normal postings.


Scott Waller

Scott Waller, IOM, has been selected to serve as President and CEO of the board of directors of the Mississippi Economic Council. Waller, who has been with at MEC for more than 11 years, spent the last eight months as interim president and CEO. He and his wife Kim live in Madison.


Jackson Street Updates

Repairs are underway to Jackson Street, which is an MDOT-owned highway stretching from Highway 51 to I-55.

Ridgeland Public Works Director Mike McCollum said the project was halted for a short time due to work on Colony Park Boulevard.




Sneak peek

First Presbyterian Day School held a “sneak peek” for the 2018-2019 kindergarten class. Shown are (from left) Patrick Tabor, Grant Roberts, Kate Houston, and Anny Yerger.


All about me

First Presbyterian Day School second-graders created autobiographies about themselves. Shown are (from left) Samuel Woo, Charlotte Lucas, Peyton Woods, and Mary Gayle Wright.


Most likely

Madison Central High School students awarded most likely to become famous are (from left) Jimmy Holiday and Julia Bhansali.

 


Good news is right here

By WALTER REDDEN,

The TV and newspapers bring us a lot of news, but, for the most part, it is devastating – shootings, murder, fire in apartments, explosions on the highway and all kinds of drug problems – just to name a few. However, seldom do they report good news. I do wish that some day the TV might have a two minute pause for good news three times a week.


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Breaking News

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Obituaries

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The Montessori Academy of Jackson recently celebrated World Peace Day.  Participating were (from left) Lincoln Songcharoen, John Hudson Abel, Jake Aldy, Emmerson Laschanzky, Blue Harper Mitchel, R