T his is always a dicey time for the county Board of Supervisors when the date arrives to renew contracts for the ambulance services in the county.
If you have a hankering for some fresh home raised veggies then you may want to try the Magee Farmer’s Market.
The program is a spinoff of the Living Well in Magee program adopted by the city. It was launched last summer and plans are to have a bigger and better program this year.
Contract bids for ambulance service for Simpson County were opened and tabled at the last county Board of Supervisors meeting to give the county administrator an opportunity to review them and prepare a summary for the board.
Thursday evening, May 2, Simpson County Sheriff’s Department gassed suspect in order to get him to surrender.
The call started around 5:20 p.m. when shots were reported at a residence on Old Jupiter Road. Upon arrival it was reported that an unknown black assailant had fired shots and left the scene in a gray Ford.
The Simpson County Sheriff’s Department will host a Fallen Officers Memorial Event on May 18.
The event will be held at the Simpson County Justice Complex on old Highway 49 in Mendenhall.
The event will honor county officers who died in the line of duty:
Sheriff E. C. Mullins, End of Watch Mar. 20, 2001.