Today's Top Stories

Mississippi State and Ole Miss top picks for Northside graduates

The numbers are in and it seems students are tied when it comes to choosing between Rebels and Bulldogs.

FUNDING FOR THE Mississippi Department of Transportation (MDOT) has yet to be decided.

For the second time, a solid waste municipal landfill is being proposed on North County Line Road, just outside Ridgeland city limits.

Madison officials recently approved site plans for the Mississippi Premiere Plastic Surgery Center and a Dyatech office building.

Northside couple continue endowing Mississippi State with two new gIfts

CASA (court appointed special advocates) was originally established as a nationwide program in 1977. In 2002, CASA Mississippi became a part of the organization. Although 15 years old, CASA Mississippi is revitalizing its chapter.

Crime report

Madison Crime

The Madison Police Department received the following reports for:

Ashton Cove - identity theft, May 3;

Azalea Circle - lost tag, April 24;

Brisage Drive - petit larceny, April 28;

Plant swap

The Garden Club of Madison held its annual spring luncheon and plant swap at the home of Barbara Summers.  Members brought plants from their gardens to share with other members.

Gardening Glimpses

Great-grandson Mason was picking daffodils by age 2, always just one, a small one, and if none were open, he’d pick a wildflower instead.

And just as he was leaving, he’d bring it, with that grin that said he knew he’d done something kind and loving for you.

Chapel guest

Dr. Mary Taylor was a guest speaker at First Presbyterian Day School’s chapel services. She has served as a medical missionary to Tenwek Hospital in Bomet, Kenya. Shown are (from left) Will Ferguson, Holt Huff, Taylor, Maggie Rich, and Laila LaFontaine.



Madison county Sheriff Randy Tucker isn’t the only person who has been caught up in the constitutionality of road blocks. It’s a question that even the U.S.


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