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ECMHC awarded $285K grant

By JAMES PHILLIPS,

East Central Mississippi Health Care in Sebastopol is a community health center that recently celebrated 40 years of providing care to local area residents. ECMHC of Sebastopol started treating patients in 1978 and has expanded its network of clinics to include locations in Walnut Grove, Philadelphia and Newton.




Forest News

Happy Birthday:

Oct. 10  Ralph Brown, Sr., Connie Gordin, Jeff Gaddis, Lodena Horne, Linda Corinne Hollingsworth, Carolyn Jones, Mrs. Lyda Mayo, Paul Watkins, Lee Holifield, Nathan Sharp, Jarrod Hill

Oct. 11  Jennifer Wolverton, Terry Harvey, Maudine Hall, Bertha Crimm, Pat Waldrip, Mrs. Joe Warren, Sarah Hamm






Let’s move on

By TIM BEELAND,

It’s over. Done Deal. Let’s move on. Brett Kavanaugh is now an Associate Justice of the United States Supreme Court. Half of us are happy. Half of us are not. There is absolutely nothing that can be done at this point to change that fact, so let’s move on to other matters that deserve the attention of 100 percent of us and our leaders.


Morton News

By FRISKY ROLAND,

Announcements:  Morton Barter Day Festival will be held at Roosevelt State Park on Saturday, October 13 from 9 a.m. - 4 p.m.  The activities of the day will include a Fundraiser Cake Walk, a variety of games, arts and crafts and a county- wide garage sale.


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Service Above Self

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.


FHS Homecoming Queen

Forest High School crowned its 2018 homecoming queen this past Friday night during festivities held as the Bearcats took on the Florence Eagles. FHS Principal Kim Shoemaker crowns Zariyae Moore as queen while she is being escorted by Bryant Diaz.

 





Monster Memories

By TIM BEELAND,

Winter, spring, summer, fall. They all seem to be blending together. October is just around the corner, temperatures are still cracking the 90 degree mark, sweat still pours in this Mississippi humidity. Maybe winter’s not running with the other three seasons after all.


Morton to hold special election for vacant alderman seat

By JAMES PHILLIPS,

In late August Morton Ward 3 Alderman, Scott Herrod, unexpectedly resigned from his position which left the Ward 3 seat open. Herrod was one year into his second four-year term as Ward 3 Alderman and leaves with three years remaining on his term. The City of Morton will hold a special election on October 16 to fill the vacant seat.




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Morton News

By FRISKY ROLAND,

Announcements:  (Correction)-To acquire information concerning the place, schedule, times of the GED Classes offered in Scott County, contact Ryan Clarke at 1-877-462-3222 extension 387. The Forest Career Advancement Center is located at 316 South Main Ave., Forest.  Classes will no longer be taught at Morton Public Library.



Lone Pilgrim News

By JOSIE GAMMAGE,

Fall Revival begins August 26

On Sunday, August 12, 2018, Rev. Chris Thompson sermon was delivered from the book of Genesis, chapter 41 verses 14-16, subject: “Your day will come”.  Pastor Timothy Croff read the Responsive Reading.    




Harperville News

By SHEILA SANDERS,

Time to get back to the ‘Real World’

This is the last full week of the summer break as Scott County District School teachers will report to work next Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday for professional development. All time seems to fly by, but it seems that no time passes faster than summer break.


Pleasant Hill News

By PEGGY LEWIS,

Independence Day 2018

Independence Day, which is also referred to as the 4th of July is a Federal Holiday. Barbecues, fireworks, big retail sales, picnics, baseball games etc. are all things we tend to do on this day. Independence Day evokes so many images of the American summer.



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Second Annual Toy Drive underway

The Scott County Sheriff’s Department began accepting donations Monday in their second annualy Sheriff’s Toy Drive. There is a drop off box at the Scott County Sheriff’s Department in the lobby which is open to the public 24 hours a day. There will be a small drop box at Petals & More in Forest.




Circuit Court

The Circuit Court of Scott County, Mississippi cases for trial under the Honorable Judge Collins. The following cases be set for trial and/or disposition in the February, 2018, term of Circuit Court of Scott County, Mississippi, as follow:

First Monday January 29, 2018

 








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