Forest Municipal and Scott County School Districts are providing “grab and go” lunches this week for students out of school due to the coronavirus pandemic.
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As the COVID-19 virus continues to infect more and more Mississippians — including at least three presumed positive coronavirus cases in Scott County at press time Tuesday — area businesses, government facilities, and restaurants are adjusting hours and security measures in response.
On Tuesday, March 17, the Mississippi House of Representatives suspended the legislative session until April 1 at 2 p.m., or a date mutually agreed upon by Speaker of the House Philip Gunn and Lt.
I’ve never seen it as quiet as it has been around the office the last week or so as the COVID-19 scare continues to mount. At home even the yard dog seems to be isolating himself from the cows in the pasture that he so often likes to chase.
Some people say you shouldn’t pass along and laugh at jokes about the current national crisis, but I can’t help it.
I can grieve, fret, worry and get aggravated as much as the average person. That goes for things over which I have no control, as well as things over which I do.
Mrs. Estella Fountain of Lake, celebrated her 101st birthday among her family on Tuesday, March 10. Celebrating this outstanding occasion with her included her son, Paul; her daughters, Verna, Addie, Allie and Charlene. She was also joined by a son-in-law, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren.