This years Distinguished Young Woman (DYW) program will be February 24, at 6:30 p.m. in the Forest Elementary School Auditorium. The Doors will open at 6:00.
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Sunday was a full but glorious day
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“We who first hoped in Christ live for the praise of His glory!” Ephesians 1:12
Eighth Graders Tour Nissan Plant
Rev. Kerry and Mrs. Twyla Jackson, Baptist missionaries from downtown Atlanta, were hosted by Harperville Baptist Church Sunday night. Rev. Jackson presented a message and then painted a portrait of Christ while accompanied by music.
Readers Observe Lent and Prepare for Easter Season
We are saddened by the death of 21-year-old Willie Andrew Jones, Jr., who was found hanging from a tree Thursday, February 8th. Memorial arrangements are incomplete. Our prayers are with his family, especially his parents Tammy Townsend and Willie Jones, Sr.
God is an equal
Preparations are getting under way for the Great American Cleanup sponsored by Keep Mississippi Beautiful in the Steele Community. The Cleanup is scheduled for March 10-12. If you would like to donate snacks, water, gloves or food please contact me at 601-507-9567.
The following persons were entered into the docket at the Scott County Detention Center February 7 - February 14. All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Lahanist Smith, 25, 28 North Little River Rd, misd - disturbance of family
The Sons of Confederate Veterans (SCV) Camp #1666 met on January 22, at the Forest Baptist Church Community Center to pay tribute to Civil War service veterans during the camp’s annual Lee-Jackson banquet, to reflect achievements, and to engage in defined directions for 2018.
Al Bergin lives a mile from the Clearview landfill in south Scott County and says there are times he can’t even leave his house. “On some days going outside is not an option because of the heavy cloud of odor that fills the air,” Bergin said.