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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.

Decorations bring fall to Forest

Michelle Risher, owner of Studio M salon in Forest, is one of the local business owners that have helped bring the sense of fall to Forest. Studio M’s “Happy Fall Ya’ll” theme and decor has W. Main Street looking like the weather is finally feeling this week – like fall.


Happy Halloween from the Gulf

The weatherman on WLBT Friday afternoon at 5:00 o’clock said Tropical Storm Olga would not be a wind event according to my wife Danny. She says he said it would be a rain event, but worry not about the wind. Perhaps he needs to come clean up my yard, ‘cause we had us a wind event.







Bearcats claim 12th straight Golden Chicken in 16-7 win

By JAMES PHILLIPS PHOTO BY BILLY FREEMAN,

The 2019 football season has been a tough one for the Forest Bearcats, but after FHS defeated Morton 16-7 on their home field the tough season was a little easier to take. When Forest Mayor Nancy Chambers presented the Golden Chicken trophy to the Bearcats’s players and coaches there was nothing but smiles last Thursday night.



1970 Bearcats to be honored

Players and coaches from the 1970 Forest High School football team held the first meeting to plan an event that will honor the championship football team in celebration of the 50th anniversary of their undefeated season. The celebration will be held during a home football game during the 2020 season.


Ringgold News

By SIBYL GORDY,

Clean up needed!

The Weather Bureau made the correct prediction for Scott and Newton Counties for this past Saturday! High straight line winds certainly were in our community.  We hear that it will be Tuesday before some of our people will have power restored!




Pleasant Hill News

By PEGGY LEWIS,

Extravagant Love

Announcements: Farris Park Halloween in the park was held on October 29, 2019 there was a $3.00 fee per child to trick or treat on the Sweet Treat Trail. The Haunted Trail was $5.00 per person.


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