Boy Scout Troop 63, lead by Vance Cox, is preparing for a 75 mile - 12 day hike.
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Getting back into society as an ex-offender can be stressful and overwhelming. Most of the time when a prisoner is released from prison they have no place to go and no route in life. So after a prisoner is released what is the next step?
With the help of Mississippi Department of Human Services (MDHS) the Scott County School District has secured a $900,000 grant for a child intervention program that helps students who may have fallen behind in certain areas in school.
Keeping the roads of Mississippi clean for some residents in the county has become an annual tradition.
The Great American Cleanup which is sponsored by Keep Mississippi Beautiful starts every year on spring break and for the Union Grove/Steele Community this is their 38th year for the Clean up event.
The Forest Public Library is combining the luck of the Irish and March Madness for an exciting month of programming. According to Librarian Dianne McLaurin, the library is going green with a month-long salute to St.
A teacher is a part of a student’s life that is critical. Students, especially in high school, are being molded to achieve and become successful adults and it takes teachers like Jo Marler to help mold students into productive citizens.
The following persons were entered into the docket at the Scott County Detention Center February 28 - March 7. All persons are considered innocent until proven guilty in a court of law.
Bruce Michael Reiss, Sr., 72, of Forest, MS, passed away on Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at University Medical Center in Jackson, MS.
He was born in Danville, IL, on November 29, 1945, to Ralph Reiss and Charlotte Unger (who later married Bill Kitchen).
He married Marilyn Murdock in Danville, on May 14, 1965.