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As a tropical disturbance lifts across Mississippi Friday night through Saturday, flash flooding will be possible for areas along and southeast of Natchez to Jackson to the Columbus line, according to the National Weather Service in Jackson. The highest potential for flooding will... Read More.
Love Outloud Neshoba starts Monday. Many service projects have been scheduled throughout the week. And there are still opportunities to serve. Donations are still being accepted as well. If you're interested in volunteering, go to the Neshoba Baptist Association Building on June 21 at... Read More.
The Carthage Police Department has acquired three updated, restored vehicles. And Police Chief Coby Clay said "it wasn't one man, one department, but a group effort. The need was evident but the coming together of the minds is where the true magic happened." Long... Read More.
Homework help will be offered this Fall. The after school program is being offered for grades K-3 from 4pm-6pm daily. The service will be provided by C & C Outreach Services of Carthage. Registration has already started. For more information, or to register, text... Read More.
MSDH Pop-Up Vaccination Clinics continue in Carthage today. According to the MSDH, "Pop-Up Vaccine Clinics will be at McMillan Park today and tomorrow and Saturday from 9am-12pm at McMillan Park. To schedule an appointment see
Central Mississippi Crime Stoppers announced that "the U.S. Marshals is looking for Travis Danyiele Bishop who is wanted for a federal Probation Violation (Armed Carjacking). Bishop a 34 year old B/M 5’11 165lbs who has a noticeable tattoo on the center of his neck... Read More.
Attala Steel Industries located in the Industrial Park of Kosciusko/Attala County is under new management. They are looking to expand its current production. The company manufactures steel products that are being shipped all over the United States to be used in the rapidly growing... Read More.
ATV usage has been on the rise in Carthage, along with community concern regarding speeding, recklessness, and recent accidents.We reached out to Police Chief Coby Clay for updates and official word on ATV safety restrictions and usage guidelines. Chief Clay said "ATV's are for... Read More.