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Scott County’s Distinguished Young Woman Kariana Simmons of Lake is among teens across Mississippi who will be representing their communities this week at the DYW of Mississippi competition in Mer
On July 10 U.S. Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith met with Andrew Warnsley, left, of Morton, one of two Mississippi youth delegates to the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF) Children’s Congress.
The children of the youth group from Christian Triumph M.B. Church participated in a community service project during the month of June.
The vandals who destroyed property at the recently upgraded handicap accessible playground in Gaddis Park failed to harm the joy it brings children.
Waylon Crimm and Nate Reiss, members of Boy Scout Troop 63 of Forest recently participated in a 12 day backpacking trek at Philmont Scout Ranch, which is located in northeastern New Mexico from Ju



Simmons to represent Scott County in state DYW competition

Scott County’s Distinguished Young Woman Kariana Simmons of Lake is among teens across Mississippi who will be representing their communities this week at the DYW of Mississippi competition in Meridian. The winner will be named 2020 Distinguished Young Woman of Mississippi and earn the chance to represent the state on the national stage.








Social Justice - excuse to destroy individual rights

By JAMES PHILLIPS,

I often write about the dangers social justice activists pose with their intolerant demands and the outcry for biased equality in America. The “social justice” movement is the foundation of today’s American-hating illegal immigrant supporting liberals who blame this country for every shortcoming of the lesser privileged.





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