Forest High School crowned its 2015 homecoming queen during halftime activities Friday of the Bearcats game with Leake Central. This year’s queen is Tatiana Montano and she was escorted by Zachary McWilliams. The Bearcats won the game 36-22.
The 2015 Morton High School Homecoming Court was presented Friday night during halftime activities of the Panthers game with Pelahatche. Akeyah Coleman, left center, was crowned Homecoming Queen. She was escorted by Jerry House.
The 2015 Lake High School Homecoming Court will be presented during pre-game activities Friday at 6:30 p.m. at Death Valley Football Field. The court includes, seated from left: Haley Judge, Bella Yarbrough, Kaylyn Harvey and Jabreshia Ickom.
FOREST — The Forest Police Department reported the following activities for the month of August.
Police patrolled 14,369 miles, which is 1,627 miles more than those traveled in July. Officers responded to 418 calls, 81 less than in July.
Scott County’s four municipalities saw strong starts in their sales tax revenue dividends from the state for the reporting month of July, according to the Mississippi Department of Revenue.