Today's Top Stories

Magee Middle School will be looking for a new principal for the 2018-20l9 school year.

Four Magee High School sophomores have been accepted into the state’s two specialty high schools for next year. 

Discussing domestic violence issues and their impact on the local abuse shelter are, from left, Rosie Weary, Wendy Seal, Secretary Delbert Hoseman, Lillie Hardy and Teresa Bowen and chairman Pat Brown at the regular meeting.  Despite continuing...

Crowned Mendenhall’s Miss Hospitality is Lexi Cockrell, daughter of Amanda Johnston. Lexi is a graduate of Brandon High School, has attended Hinds Community College and is currently employed with McGuffee Drugs.

Crowned Magee’s Miss Hospitality is Carley May, daughter of James and Dayna May. The graduate of Simpson County Academy currently attends the Simpson County Center of Co-Lin.

Governor Phil Bryant has called for a special election for the replacement of the post vacated by former State Representative Andy Gipson.

Ride the block is this Friday

It is finally here--Friday nights and Riding the Block!

The event brings back some special memories for folks in Magee of the days when kids did their socializing downtown. 

The City of Magee and the Magee Chamber of Commerce, event sponsors, have been working together for months to launch the event. 

SCA basketball

SCA’s basketball teams played two games last week in the District 3 AAAA District Tournament. The girls opened the tournament against Lamar School and were defeated 58-53 in OT. The boys opened the tournament against East Rankin Academy and won the game by a score of 68-51.



Rebekah Stewart and Ray Brinson are pleased to announce their upcoming marriage on May 12, 2018, at Pine Grove Baptist Church in Magee.

A reception will follow in the Fellowship Hall.