Magee Middle School will be looking for a new principal for the 2018-20l9 school year.
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The Magee Chamber of Commerce and a large crowd of family members and friends honored Company A, 106th Support Battalion, 155th Armored Brigade Combat Team, Mississippi National Guard with a parade and sendoff luncheon last Thursday.
Residents of Simpson County have access to many sources for help with medical, dental and physical therapy issues. Now local help is also available for the psychological issues they may face at some time during their lives.
The 59th Mendenhall Area Chamber of Commerce Banquet will be hosted at the Mendenhall Armory on March 22.
The banquet will include a silent auction that begins at 6:30 p.m. followed by the program and dinner which start at 7 p.m. Dinner will be catered by Smokey Mountain Grill.
Saturday, the Mendenhall Police Department was dispatched to 200 Downs Avenue Lot 7 after receiving an emergency call. Mendenhall Police Chief Candy McCullum explained that a dispute happened at the property between two subjects whom McCullum identified as Jeffery Williams and Melvin McDonald.
Due to circumstances beyond their control, the Magee Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors has made the decision to postpone the 7th Annual Tea in the Garden at the Historic McAlpin House in Magee, which was previously set for March 30.
Mississippi Governor Phil Bryant, center, was a featured speaker at the Magee Chamber of Commerce send off parade and luncheon for deployed National Guard troops last Thursday. Showing their appreciation for his participation are Magee Chamber President LauraLyn Barr, left, and Chamber Director Doris Adcox.