Forest High School proudly announces January, February, and March’s Bearcats of the Month. These students were nominated and selected by the faculty and staff because they demonstrated Forest High School’s expected qualities. Diligence,...
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Welcome J.P. Tucker
On Sunday, March 4, 2018, Pastor Timothy Croff’s message was delivered from the book of Isiah, chapter 60 verse 1. His subject, “Neighbor get up.” Reverend Buckley performed Responsive Reading. The Lone Pilgrim church family welcomed in a new member, Brother J. P. Tucker.
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“For we are God’s masterpiece. He has created us anew in Christ Jesus, so we can do the good things He planned for us long ago”. Ephesians 2:10
The roadsides of Scott County, in much of the public view, have become a rubbish heap.
While litterbugs are discarding their trash out the windows of their vehicles, residents are spending their time trying to keep their property lines clean, which for some is along the edge of the same highway.
The white-tailed deer of Mississippi could be susceptible to Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD) but as of this date no known cases have been discovered in Scott County.
CWD damages portions of the brain and causes progressive body weight loss to the deer. Also, it causes changes in behavior, excessive salivation, and ultimately death.
The Crudup Ward Food Pantry located in the Crudup Ward building on Longview Street, just off Hill Street in Forest has been providing for those in need with low income since 2005.
“So many people without income and those who have a job but are paid with a low salary are helped through this wonderful program,” Mammie Crudup said.