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Students at Morton High School can now delve into a whole new world of learning, a virtual reality learning world.

The members of the Rotary Club of Forest used their meeting this past week to fill care boxes for members of the Forest and Morton Mississippi National Guard Units who are currently deployed on active duty serving in the defense of our nation....

Forest High School crowned its 2018 homecoming queen this past Friday night during festivities held as the Bearcats took on the Florence Eagles.

LHS will celebrate its homecoming with festivities September 19, when the Hornets host a community luau at the high school from 5:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m., and prior to the September 21 home football game against Richland.

Scott Central Attendance Center has announced the 2018-19 Homecoming Court which is pictured here.  Seated from the left are seniors Jessie Reiss, Chryselynn Martin, Zykerra Kincaid, and Olivia Triplett.

Mayor Nancy Chambers recently signed a proclamation officially declaring September 17 through September 23 as Constitution Week in the City of Forest. Pictured here with Mayor Chambers are members of local Hontokala Chapter of the MSDAR.







Jennings rushes for 258 yards carrying Morton to first win of young season

Morton workhorse running back Von Jennings was determined his team would not leave Raymond without a victory this past Friday night. He would rush for 258 yards on 18 carries and scored three touchdowns. Jennings not only carried the football, he put his teammates on his shoulders and carried them to their first victory of the 2018 season.


Bobcats stomp Ethel

By KRYSTAL WHITE,

The Sebastopol Bobcats regrouped from the previous weeks’ losses to earn their first conference win last Friday night by beating the Ethel Tigers at home. The win ended Sebastopol two-game losing streak and the team looks to build on this win moving forward.






The Message

By PASTOR LUIS CARTAGENA,

Integrity is an adjective that means qualities of honesty, rectitude and good principles to live that a person can have. So we know the leaders who govern makes us meditate and recognize that there are many who are not upright in their actions.


Community Calendar

September 16

 

Mt. Hebron P.B. Church will hold their Annual Men’s Day on Sunday, September 16 at 2:00 p.m. Men should wear black. The speaker for the occasion will be Rev. David Mosley, pastor of Grace Baptist Church in Meridian.

September 17

 


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