SCSD will delay the start of classes until 10:00 a.m. on Friday, December 8th due to inclement weather in the area.
The city of Magee will be hosting their annual Veteran’s Celebration on Friday, November 10 at First Baptist Church.
Line up for the parade will be at 9:45 in front of the church. There will be a ceremony following the parade in front of the community center. This is scheduled to start at 11 a.m.
Magee’s Mayor Youth Council is up and running according to Mayor Dale Berry.
He said that there are three students from each grade level from Ninth through the Twelvth grade from Magee as well as Simpson Academy who are making up this year’s council for a total of 24 students.
The Magee Trojans have found their stride late in the season, winning their last three district games. The latest victory over McLaurin secured the Trojans as a third seed entering the playoffs. The Trojans took an early first quarter lead and never looked back. More impressively the defensive unit allowed zero points in the second half.
The Mendenhall Tigers achieved a milestone last Friday in a hard fought game against the Quitman Panthers. The Tigers came into the game after suffering an unexpected loss to the Northeast Jones Tigers. The loss locked the Tigers in a 3 way tie with West Lauderdale and Quitman for first place in the district.
Only two candidates qualified before the deadline and participated in the June municipal election in Braxton. Incumbents Mayor Mable Everett and Alderwoman Georgia Smith were the only candidates to qualify leaving four positions on the Board of Aldermen available.
The city of Magee will host their annual Veteran’s Celebration on Friday, November 10, at First Baptist Church.
Line up for the parade will be at 9:45 a.m. in front of the church. A ceremony will follow the parade in front of the community center. This is scheduled to start at 11 a.m.
The Simpson County Sheriff’s Office reported 27 arrests from October 23 to October 30.
Magee High School Beta Club Chapter held its Induction Ceremony December 6, 2017 in the Magee High auditorium. 44 new members were inducted in grades 9-12 giving MHS a total of 85 active members.