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Over the preceding two weeks Madison “Madi” McDill was remembered and honored by Sebastopol Attendance Center and had a new Sebastopol street named in her honor as Madi McDill Drive was officially
The 9th Annual Christians in Camo will be held at the Forest Baptist Church Thursday starting at 5:45 p.m. and the public is invited.
Samaritan’s Purse Operation Christmas Child organizers in Scott County have been hard at work preparing for the annual National Collection Week scheduled for November 18 through 25.
The Scott Central Rebels welcomed the Bay Springs Bulldogs (9-2) to Scott County last Friday in the opening round of the MHSAA Class 2A playoffs.
The Forest Garden Club is celebrating the seasons with four library displays over the next year. The first display features fall items along with a regional gardening books.

Veterans Day events set for Monday

Numerous Veterans Day programs, presentations and ceremonies are planned throughout the area on Monday. Every year on November 11, people in Scott County join those around the nation, as people come together to honor and give thanks to the brave men and women who have put boots to ground in defense of the United States of America.

Don’t listen to the killjoys, you can do anything


There is no doubt that smiling, laughter and joy is a wonderful thing for everyone. A little joy can make all the difference to most people. I came across a new word this past week — “killjoys.” This is a term used to describe the “woke” Left, which are those walking through life just looking for something to fuss about.

Rebels beat Hornets 13-7 in 2A county showdown


The Scott Central Rebels and the Lake Hornets left it all on the football field on Halloween night. It’s a shame that one of these teams had to end up losing. Both teams, and coaching staffs put on an exhibition of how high school football is meant to be played, and both teams displayed total respect throughout the game.

Low Traditions


Nowadays, a great part of humanity has the possibility to find out in seconds about what happens in almost every corner of the planet. That is why we know that it is tradition in the new generations for more than 50 years to organize, spontaneously, to demand changes in governments in their countries of origin.