The fourth annual “Women in Rotary” celebration and awards luncheon was recently held at the Country Club of Jackson.
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We are sorry to learn of the death of Scott Central senior Madison Paige Edwards who transitioned following a vehicular accident Friday.
Public notice is hereby given that Jerry Derrick's Body Shop will hold public auction at Jerry Derrick's Body Shop, 356 Herring Rd, Morton, MS 39117, on March 14, 2019 at 10:00 am Pursuant to the abandoned Motor Vehicle Act, House Bill 221, Law of 1995, the following vehicles will be sold:
2011 Ford Fusion 4dr
Owner: Ella Wees Hawthorne
Lien holder: Credit Acceptance
1999 Pontiac Grand Am
Owner: Calvin M Harris
FOR RENT Mobile Home Lot or RV Lot call 601-469-1164
RANDY'S TREE SERVICE Cut down, pruning & removal, stump grinding. Insured, FREE est. 601-635-2726; 601-527-1361
Full time and part time positions available. Restaurant experience recommended and must have flexible work hours. Also looking for assistant managers. Please call Taylor Henderson at 601-506-2508.
Happy Jack® Sardex®: greaseless, odorless way to treat mange. Kills fleas. At Tractor Supply (www.kennelvax.com)
The Forest High School Beta Club members had an outstanding showing at the 2019 Mississippi Beta Club Convention last month in Biloxi. The FHS Betas earned first place honors in four divisions and placed in 12 additional divisions.
March 1 was the final day to qualify for the 2019 statewide elections and with the 5:00 p.m. deadline now passed the slate is set.
Statewide candidates will be listed next week. This year’s ballot on the county level includes:
• Circuit Clerk:
Rebecca ‘Becky’ Gray, Democrat
• Chancery Clerk:
The Scott County Sports Hall of Fame will celebrate five years of having recognized former athletes and coaches who excelled in their sports with its induction of the 2019 class members.
Paid Political Announcement
I am Hampton Gardner and I am running for Senate, District 31. This district includes Newton County, Scott County, and a section of Lauderdale County. I am honored to have received this opportunity to serve this great state that has been my home for the past 29 years.
In January 2019 Mississippi’s unemployment rate was 4.7 percent, which is the lowest level of unemployment ever recorded in Mississippi. The unemployment rate has now been at 4.7 percent for eight months in a row.
It’s a good thing I did not go ahead and buy the jars, bands, and lids for the abundance of plum jelly and canned pears I have been boasting we would have stocked in our pantry this fall. Hard freeze warning! Really?