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If you have traveled up Highway 49 within the last few days you may have noticed a wheelchair rolling  backwards down the highway.  It’s a strange sight, but it does  have a purpose.

The Simpson County Board of Supervisors agreed at their meeting on Feb. 12 to extend an emergency declaration to repair three additional bridges in Simpson County.

On Wednesday, February 14, at approximately 3:24 p.m., the Magee Police Department received a report that juveniles had shot BB guns at a school bus occupied by students on McLaurin Drive near 5th Ave NE in the Goodwater Community.

 

Coach James Crain will be named to the Mississippi Association of Coaches Hall of Fame on June 22.

The Mississippi Department of Corrections  made it official Thursday morning, confirming that the Technical Violation Center, referred to in Magee as the satellite prison, will close.

Keep Magee Beautiful was incorporated as the 41st Affiliate of Keep Mississippi Beautiful on Thursday, February 1.




State Fire Marshal says take extra precautions with fireworks, parties and clubs for fire-safe New Year

Whether hosting or attending a party to ring in the New Year, Mississippi State Insurance Commissioner and State Fire Marshal Mike Chaney stresses everyone should take extra precautions in order to have a fire-safe celebration.

“Everyone needs to be aware of the greater risk of fire when groups gather,” Chaney said.


Miss State Gathering

The Simpson County Bulldog association will be hosting a “Come and Watch the Game” event at Fernando’s Mexican Restaurant this Saturday,   at 10:30a.m.  Come watch the Bulldogs play Louisville.  This is a Dutch treat event for more information you may call David at 601-278-5305.   


Mendenhall Junior High well represented in MS Prospects football game

Four seventh grade students from Mendenhall Junior High will be representing Simpson County in the Second Annual Mississippi Prospects Football game on Sunday, December 31, 2017 at the University of Southern MS. Pictured with head Coach Daniel Stroud. #4 Tyler Bridges, #22 Walter Owens, #58 Jamar Winn and #18 Derrick Jenkins Jr.


2017 Year in Review

Simpson County saw both highs and lows during the year 2017. New faces went into office and new members went onto boards. We have seen triumph in high school sporting teams who dominated the competition, but we also saw tragedy with armed robberies and crime throughout the county.





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