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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On Tuesday, June 5, at 9:01 p.m., Simpson County Sheriff’s deputies were responding to an emergency call for service on Bushtown Shivers Road when Deputy Eric Still was involved in a single motor vehicle accident while driving on Hwy 43 near Pinola.
Mendenhall Mayor Todd Booth called the meeting of the Board of Aldermen to order at approximately 6 p.m. Tuesday, June 5.
Alderwoman Sandra Weeks Stein of Ward 4 prayed over the meeting. An amendment was added to the agenda, and then the meeting commenced.
Election results are in for Simpson County. Primary elections were held on Tuesday June 5, to determine representatives for the Democratic and Republican Parties for the United States Senate and United States House of Representatives.
The following results have yet to be certified and are considered unofficial as of press time.
It is official. The city of Magee holds the deed to the old Magee Elementary facility and plans were to have a lease with Head Start in hand by last Wednesday.
Mayor Dale Berry said he had learned his lesson about making comments about schools and said those were better left to the board attorney and Alderman Patrick Brown.
Wendy Seals of Angel Wings Outreach Center accepts a check for $1,000 from sponsors of Run for the Money 5K which was held during Mendenhall in May. From left, Kim Smith, Kimberly Blair Smith, DMD, PA; Novella Graves, Peoples Bank; Shana Lane, Simpson General Hospital; Nancy Brown, The Magee Courier; Chris Caughman, Peoples Bank; Wendy Seals,
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G enerally speaking, folks go into office with good intentions to do the right thing for the right reasons. They look to others who have served in those offices for advice on how to do things properly and sometimes if they listen they get proper advice and sometimes they do not. They either don’t listen or they don’t get the proper advice.
Jazzmine Ramos McKee is no stranger to being displaced and going without due to extreme weather. She and her family became residents of Mississippi in 2005 after evacuating one of the most deadly hurricanes in American history, Hurricane Katrina.
She is originally from New Orleans, which was affected the most by the storm.
Things have been a bit quiet in Magee since last week. The Magee Police Department reports the following arrests: Bryan Thurman of 166 Hayes Gray Road Mendenhall was arrested on a Failure to Appear Warrant.