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Co-Lin a 2021 ‘Great College to Work For’

Copiah-Lincoln Community College is one of the best colleges in the U.S. to work for, according to the ...

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Co-Lin starts Advanced EMT training

New to Copiah-Lincoln Community College Workforce Education and the college district is the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician Program, ...

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COVID-19 update: 2 more deaths in Lincoln County

The state health department has reported 2,594 new positive cases of COVID-19 in Mississippi and 65 deaths. Twenty-six ...

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Explosive used to damage cell tower in Clem, one arrested

Jefferson Davis County Sheriff’s deputies were called to a cell tower on Clem Road last Wednesday night after ...

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Lawrence County principal is part of PREPS CEO Leadership Class

Thirty-seven administrators from public school districts across Mississippi, including Rod Paige Middle School Principal Cassie Bridges, gathered virtually ...

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Families United gets $4K in grants

Brookhaven’s Families United Training Center recently received $4,000 in community engagement grants. CenterPoint Energy awarded a $2,500 community ...

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Road tests for new driver’s licenses won’t be coming back

The road test has historically been the most daunting part of getting a driver’s license for young drivers. ...

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Reading proficiency is a skill to keep ‘Ferst’

Ferst Readers of Lincoln County provides free books to more than 1,300 children up to age 5 every ...

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Sparklight to open applications for Charitable Giving Fund

Sparklight®, along with the other Cable One family of brands, will open fall applications for the company’s Charitable Giving ...

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COVID update: Lincoln adds 19 new cases

The Mississippi State Department of Health reported 19 new positive cases of COVID-19 for Lincoln County Wednesday morning. ...

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