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County PR person proud of Facebook growth

Madison County’s governmental Facebook page increased followers by 188% over the past year, the county’s public relations firm director told members of the Board of Supervisors during the board’s July 19 meeting.

$7 million marijuana facility planned for Canton

A local attorney is looking to bring a $7 million investment and more than 30 jobs to Madison County with a new 30,000 square foot medical marijuana facility in Canton.

Madison teen graduating high school, Holmes

Madison native Shreenithi Lakshiminarayanan is no stranger to success and is already ahead of the curve. In May of 2022, she will earn her diploma from Germantown High School and, shortly thereafter, her Associate of Arts degree from Holmes Community College thanks to the Dual Enrollment program.

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UMMC taking part in study that explores use of cold platelets in trauma patients

JACKSON — Dr. Matthew Kutcher remembers treating a patient who was bleeding profusely from gunshot wounds when he arrived at the University of Mississippi Medical Center’s Adult Emergency Department.

Record keeper to tassel turner: UMMC Registrar gets doctorate

Since taking the reins as Registrar at the University of Mississippi Medical Center in 2019, Emily Cole of Madison estimates she has accepted about 1,000 new students into various academic programs at the state’s foremost academic health sciences center.

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Camden man arrested for theft at Neshoba casino A Madison County man has been arrested and charged in connection with the theft of a vehicle from the a Neshoba County casino on Saturday.
Arkansas fugitive killed in shootout CANTON — An Arkansas man suspected of shooting an ex-girlfriend died in a shootout with police at an interstate motel here on Saturday.
DUNCAN/Jesus’ baptism: To fulfill all righteousness Please turn in your Bible to Matthew chapter 3:13-17. As we read this passage we see that John the Baptist’s ministry is in full swing
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Friends of Flora leader heading to Notre Dame Friends Of Flora, the local non-profit that picked up the reins of Flora’s defunct Chamber of Commerce in 2020, bid a fond farewell to its first president Nathan Thomas.
Ridgeland doctor selected for Rural Physician Scholarship Justin Sudduth, a Ridgeland native, graduate of the University of Mississippi, and student at Mississippi College, was recently selected to participate in the undergraduate portion of the Mississippi Rural Physicians Scholarship Program (MRPSP).
UMMC Dentistry School development funds honor faculty When the School of Dentistry at the University of Mississippi Medical Center opened in 1975, founding faculty and the very first students who walked its halls set the expectations for the future of dentistry in the state.
’22 Frontier line exclusive to Canton Local dignitaries were on hand along with hundreds of Nissan employees and executives to watch the first 2022 Frontier pickup truck developed and produced at the Canton facility roll off the assembly line last week.
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Ray remembered as a ‘solid rock’

Law enforcement and hundreds of people from the community came out last weekend to honor the life of Madison Central school Resource officer Corey Ray and his 22-year career in law enforcement.

County to grade roads in annexed area

The city of Ridgeland will cut grass along some county roads in a newly-annexed area west of I-55 and Madison County will in turn grade some gravel roads.

Madison police seeking public input for accreditation

Madison Police will seek public comment on July 26 as part of an accreditation program the department been involved with for almost 20 years.

Gluckstadt appoints members to P&Z board

GLUCKSTADT — Mississippi’s newest city now has a Planning and Zoning Commission.

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Hederman places Third Alternate in Miss Hospitality competition

Sara Hederman said competing in Miss Hospitality was unlike anything she has ever done, and she made a lot of good friends and memories in the process. 

McCluskey named to Leadership Council

MADISON — Ric McCluskey was recently named to the National Small Business Association (NSBA) Leadership Council. 

Higginbotham-Moody elected to auto board

Trudy Higginbotham-Moody has been elected to serve as Secretary-Treasurer of the Mississippi Automobile Dealers Association (MADA). Higginbotham Moody is President of Mercedes-Benz of Jackson. 

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