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Pantry drive gives opportunity to help others

It’s Christmas. There is no other time of year quite like Christmas. You can see the excitement and happiness in folk’s eyes and hear it ... Read more

County should hold meetings after regular work hours

Monday, Sept. 15,2014 at 10 a.m. the Lincoln County Board of Supervisors will hold a public hearing on the proposed 2015 Lincoln County budget. This ... Read more

Brookway bottleneck getting a makeover

It’s good to see a bottleneck going away on busy Brookway Boulevard. Work got underway last week on extending the turn lane on Brookway in ... Read more

Enjoy your day off, say thanks to those working on Labor day

Like Memorial Day near the end of May, Labor Day, falling on the first Monday in September, is one of the unofficial bookends of summer. ... Read more

Partnership between business, education builds for our future

The Mississippi Scholars Tech Master Program is getting down to business. Unveiled in January, Tech Master is a parallel offering to Mississippi Scholars. While Mississippi ... Read more

More Articles

  1. Congratulations, KDMC
  2. Aldermen demonstrate leadership for city
  3. Statewide smoking ban deserves support from Mississippi lawmakers
  4. Commission gives green light for aldermen to say ‘yes’
  5. School bells begin to ring around town
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