Forest High School honored three of the Bearcats Football volunteers during half time of the annual Battle for the Golden Chicken which pits rivals Forest versus Morton.
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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.
The annual City of Forest Christmas Parade will be held on December 6, starting at 6:00 p.m. The theme for this year’s parade is “Bright Lights and Christmas Delights,” and the parade will take its set route through Forest.
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.
The Sebastopol Bobcats took care of business last Friday night against their rivals from Leake County. The Bobcats used their steady offense to defeat the Gators 33-0 at home.
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.
The Morton Panthers traveled the short trip to Pelahatchie last Friday night to take on the Chiefs (9-2). The Panthers gave a solid effort, but could not keep up with the home team as they fell 47-16.
The homestanding Chiefs took the lead less than two minutes into the game with a rushing touchdown and never relinquished the lead.
The Forest Bearcats started the season 1-6, but reeled off three straight district wins to take the regular season Region 5 championship under first year head coach Ty Weems. The Bearcats defeated Kemper County 28-18 on the road last Friday to take the district crown.
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.