City successfully battles fallout from freezing weather
At press time, the capital city was bracing for another round of sub-freezing temperatures, which could again challenge the city’s worn out water mains.
Dr. and Mrs. David Cook Henderson of Carthage announce the engagement of their daughter, Laura Katherine Henderson, to Robert Andrew Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Middleton Jones of Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. Denny Britt of Ridgeland announce the engagement of their daughter, Haley Joy Britt, to Benjamin Patterson Boykin, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Boykin of Ridgeland and the late Julie Boykin.
Anyone who reads this column with any sort of regularity knows of my devotion to the Weather Channel, which I refer to as my “Home Channel,” and my other realization that the Weather Channel really comes alive for you, once you know people from other states, other parts of this country, and other countries of the world.
Ticket sale winners for First Presbyterian Day School’s annual fund-raiser Holiday Potpourri were (from left) Kade Buchanan, Drew Mason, and Ann Elise Walker.
Students listed to the honor roll at Jackson Academy for the second quarter include:
Jackson Prep recently held its 2017 Précis Pageant. Voted Most Talented are (from left) Kelly McBride and Beth Ann Young.
Jackson Academy students (from left) James McLemore, Emma Lucas, Blaine Bowman, and Blake Mills were nominated to attend the ninth annual Apex Leadership Summit at the University of Mississippi. The students participated in team-building activities and attended sessions covering ethics, problem-solving, and leadership.
First Presbyterian Day School sixth-graders recently selected to the Mississippi All-State Elementary Choir are (from left) Mary Kathryn Mason, Will Dungey, Elyse Lemly, Robbie Hight, and Katherine Speed.
Madison Central High School senior Nelson Washington represented his class at the Beyond Horizons: A Recognition of Scholarship and Achievement recently. Students were chosen based on academics and plans to major in a STEM discipline in college. Shown are (from left) Tiffiney, Nelson and Curtis Washington.