The Mississippi Bureau of Investigation has canceled the Amber Alert issued Friday morning. The child is safe and was recovered in Panola County.
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For the Monroe Journal JACKSON — Gov. Phil Bryant has appointed Karen Elam, Ph.D., to the State Board of Education. Elam will fill the unexpired term of Gilmore Foundation Executive Director Danny Spreitler, who has resigned. She also serves on the Charter School Authorizer Board. “I am very pleased to appoint Karen to this position,” Bryant […]
Ruth Howell/For the Monroe Journal “American Sniper” Rated: R Synopsis by movies.com: Biopic of Chris Kyle (Bradley Cooper), the most-celebrated sniper in American military history. In the aftermath of 9/11, Kyle decides to serve his country by becoming a Navy SEAL. But with each tour of duty, he grows more detached from his wife and […]
ABERDEEN – Following chatter around the board table Friday morning that the board of supervisors is nearly ready to scrap the Matubby Creek bridge project, an afternoon meeting with Aberdeen Mayor Cecil Belle proved progress that an agreement may be reached. Maybe. In what was close to being a done deal in October for the […]
AMORY – For the fourth year in a row, the Amory Rotary Club has honored a member of both the Amory fire and police departments. The project is intended to show appreciation to firemen and policemen for their sacrifice through the years. The year’s fireman was Lee Wright. He joined the Amory Fire Department […]
ABERDEEN – Reggie Kelly graduated from Aberdeen in 1995, went to Mississippi State and left in 1998 when he went pro in the NFL. He played with the Atlanta Falcons from 1999 to 2002, the Cincinnati Bengals from 2003 until 2010 and then returned to Atlanta in 2011 for one year. During his off season […]
By William Moore/Daily Journal ABERDEEN – A trial date has been set for a wrongful termination lawsuit against the Aberdeen School District. Former Aberdeen High School basketball coach Roy Hazzle accuses the Aberdeen School District of discriminating against him because of both his race and his age, 60, when he was let go in summer […]
Monroe County Chamber of Commerce Executive Director Skip Scaggs was in Jackson a couple of weeks ago and picked up on a little more chatter about Monroe County in talks with colleagues at his former employer, the Mississippi Development Authority. “I think the success from our last calendar year was able to show the state […]
Aberdeen Mayor Cecil Belle Mayor Cecil Belle has a long list of the city’s accomplishments from 2014 but pegs an increase in water rates as one of the biggest. “We were losing $50,000 a month after bills, but now we’re looking at drilling much-needed wells and infrastructure work,” Belle said. Looking ahead to 2015, goals […]
- Amory man arrested on breaking and entering charge January 27, 2015
- The big scary world lurking outside of those four wallswalls January 24, 2015
- Lady Tigers end two-season division drought January 28, 2015
- WMA turkey hunting applications being taken January 29, 2015
- Mayors share their goals for 2015 January 29, 2015
- ICC to host cheerleader try outs January 31, 2015
- Legislative update: Jan. 28, 2015 January 31, 2015
- Hacking through life in a sea of watered down domestic lessons January 31, 2015
- Lady Panthers hold off late Lady Noles’ comeback January 30, 2015
- Amber Alert canceled for missing Jackson child January 30, 2015
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