“Picking 35” is coming back to Carthage and surrounding communities.Central Mississippi’s 75-mile yard sale is set for Saturday, April 1, 2023 from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.Yard sales will be set up on Hwy 35 from Forest to Vaiden and all points in between.Applications... Read More.
It’s time to sign up for 2022 Fall Baseball/Softball at McMillan Park.Registration forms and a fee of $60 is due by August 12th. Forms can be picked up at City Hall.If you’d like to coach a team, you can make a note of it... Read More.
Entergy customers in Mississippi, including those in Attala and Leake counties, can now sign up to get an $80 refund check. The money is the result of a settlement with the Mississippi Public Service Commission which ordered the company... Read More.
Mississippi is set to become the first state this year to enact a law banning transgender athletes from competing on girls or women's sports teams. Republican Gov. Tate Reeves said Thursday he will sign a bill when it reaches his desk, probably in the... Read More.
Three Students from Union Public School district have signed to play college football. The school said in a statement "we are so proud of these three fantastic young men who will officially be continuing their football careers... Read More.
Are you ready for Central Mississippi’s 60-mile Yard Sale? Picking 35 is set for Saturday April 4th from 7:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. All along the route vendors will be set up selling their wares. If you want us to advertise your yard sale... Read More.
East Central Community College and the University of West Alabama today signed a Memorandum of Understanding that provides enhanced benefits for qualified ECCC students who transfer to the four-year institution in Livingston, Ala.ECCC President Dr. Billy Stewart and UWA President Dr. Ken Tucker met... Read More.
Mississippi State University and Holmes Community College signed a memorandum of understanding today to formalize partnership programs for students enrolled in technical education programs.The agreement outlines a pathway for Holmes students to complete MSU’s new Bachelor of Applied Science program, leveraging the strengths of... Read More.
East Central Community College sophomore soccer players Leah Anderson and Macey Spencer have signed to continue their careers next fall at Mississippi University for Women in Columbus.The MUW Owls currently compete in the United States Collegiate Athletic Association, but have provisionally been accepted for... Read More.