The Scott County Board of Supervisors has proposed an Ad Valorem Tax increase as part of the 2020 fiscal budget and will hold a public hearing on this matter on Thursday, Sept. 12, at 10:00 a.m. at the Scott County Courthouse.
Back in September of 2001, I never would have believed our country would allow Islamic extremist to carry out their war of hate from right here within America. Not only that, but we are protecting the very people that hate everything about this country. The enemy has astutely learned to use our own laws and protections against us.
The Scott Central Rebels have had two very strong games following the opening game loss to Taylorsville. Mississippi’s No. 4 ranked 2A team played up to that billing and appeared to be a team on a mission during its 35-7 road thumping of the Pelahatchie Chiefs.
The 16th Annual Wing Dang Doodle Festival t-shirts and posters that will begin flooding the area as September 28 quickly approaches, were created by amateur artist Renee Nester of Lake.
Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me. It’s an aged-old saying we were taught as kids to teach the difference between emotional pain and physical pain. Unfortunately, there are many adults that never learned this important lesson.
Saturday was a special day for the more than 400 friends and family who came out to celebrate the life and memories of Lane Bailey at the 3rd Annual Lane Bailey Memorial Ride. Speaking with those who knew him best, it’s clear that Bailey was immensely loved by family, friends and members of the community.
The Central Mississippi Go-Tell America Crusade held a Kick-off Banquet on August 19th at Salem Baptist Church in Lake. The event served as the official kick-off for the crusade event which is scheduled for October 20–23 at the Forest High School football field.
Newly elected Forest Ward I Alderwoman, Yolanda White, is new to politics and running for office, but she has been working with the citizens of Forest and their children for 30 years.