The Magee Angels cruised to a state Championship by thoroughly beating every opponent they faced. The Angels handled Perry County in three innings. The game was called after the Angels scored 27 runs in three innings.
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Ferguson Federal Credit Union held a ground breaking on June 7, at the soon to be new location, 227 11th Ave. in Magee.
Members of Ferguson Federal Credit Union and representatives of Magee were on hand for the groundbreaking.
The official 2018 Hurricane Season has arrived, and it is time for all Mississippians to remain weather aware and keep a watchful eye on activity in the Gulf of Mexico, Commissioner of Insurance Mike Chaney urged today.
D own to a man, the Board of Supervisors got proactive with their leadership, as did the county’s Road Department, when it came to bridge problems in Simpson County.
In the June 14 District School Board meeting, several pressing cases were brought before the board.
Last Thursday the Mendenhall Fire Department was dispatched to Anytime Tan located on Main Street Mendenhall to find the building engulfed in smoke.
Fire Chief Brandon Wester explained that from the outside it was difficult to assess the situation.
The Simpson County Sheriff’s office reported that on the morning of June 7 deputies were dispatched on an emergency call from Magee General Hospital Emergency Room in response to a reported dog bite.
Primary runoff elections will be held on Tuesday, June 26.
The Democratic ballot will have one race between Howard Sherman and David Baria for the US Senate seat. The Republican ballot will feature one race between Michael Guest and Whit Hughes for the U.S. House of Representatives Third Congressional District.
Following a recent attack on a 3-year-old child, Sheriff Donald O’Cain has submitted a proposed ordinance to the County Board of Supervisors for consideration.
According to O’Cain, the child was attacked by two chained pit bull dogs two weeks ago and was subsequently airlifted from Simpson County to a Jackson hospital.
Simpson County Development Foundation hosted a Mix and Mingle event at the Simpson County Country Club last week. It was well attended with well over 50 members and guests. The event was part of a community awareness program of the Foundation adopted by the board and its new president, Malory Yelverton.