Today's Top Stories

More than 9,600 of America’s best and brightest high school students traveled to Maryland to Elevate Their Futures as they competed for the opportunity to win more than $175,000 in cash awards.

 A former Jones County Junior College softball standout is returning home.

Tori Dew, who played at JCJC in 2014-15, will be the new assistant softball coach at Jones.

The Mississippi Power office in Quitman will close effective October 8th but customers will still be able to pay their power bills in five authorized payment locations in Quitman.

Clarke County Emergency Management, along with the Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) held a week long full scale active school shooter simulation last week at Quitman Junior High School.

Charles Helms, Billie Helms and Jim Stockman of Enterprise United Methodist Church sign the studs Saturday during the Great Cloud of Witnesses.

EMS cheer went to camp this summer and rocked the week.  But before camp the girls put in several hours of hard work and it paid off.




Arrest records

•  Collie Odom, 67, wm, arrested by CCSO for molestation and sexual battery, two counts

• Dylan Richie, 23, wm, arrested by CCSO for careless driving, suspended license

• Jamie Arrington, 29, bm, arrested by CCSO for DUI 1st




Arrest records

• William Robinson, 51, bm, arrested by CCSO for sale of controlled substance

• Russell Blakely, 58, bm, arrested by CCSO for sale of controlled substance and possession of controlled substance with intent to distribute







NOMINATIONS NOW BEING ACCEPTED FOR MISSISSIPPI’S MOST INFLUENTIAL AFRICAN-AMERICAN LEADERS

Our Mississippi” magazine publisher Wesley Wells has announced that nominations are being accepted for the selection of Mississippi’s 25 most influential African-American leaders, who will be recognized at a special awards ceremony and reception on Thursday, October 25, 2018


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