Head Start candy money stolen Tuesday
The employees of Cleveland Head Start No. 3 on Miss. Highway 8 West went to work Tuesday and found their kitchen broken into, a desk drawer ripped off of its hinges, and $10,000 missing. "We came i...
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Bolivar Medical plans emergency Ebola drill
Bolivar Medical Center staff met with representatives of health and emergency agencies Monday afternoon to plan an emergency drill in the coming weeks to make sure the staff is prepared in the even...
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Countians urged to stay clear of collapsed bridge
After the collapse of the Murphree Road Bridge over Hushpuckena River, concerns for residents' safety was discussed at the Bolivar County Board of Supervisors Meeting on Monday. Supervisor Preston ...
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Wildcats move up to No. 1
After holding down the No. 2 spots in the Associated Press Top 5 4A Poll, the Cleveland High Wildcats finally got the push they’ve been waiting for. The Wildcats climbed to the No. 1 position when ...
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Two Shelby students attend reception at governor's mansion
Gov. Phil Bryant hosted Young Men of Color at the Governor's Mansion recently during a reception that included the W.K. Kellogg Foundation and a group of the foundation’s grantees whose programs se...
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Kanesha Collins, Lynn Watts, and Valerie Smith-Silas go over the list of concerns generated at the parent meeting at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church in Shaw Tuesday night.  The group met as a result of Ronnie Brown being transferred from principal at McEvans Elementary to the Alternative School in Rosedale.
Kanesha Collins, Lynn Watts, and Valerie Smith-Silas go over the list of concerns generated at the parent meeting at Mt. Tabor Missionary Baptist Church in Shaw Tuesday night. The group met as a result of Ronnie Brown being transferred from principal at McEvans Elementary to the Alternative School in Rosedale.
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Shaw parents form plan to voice concerns with school district
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Approximately 70 parents and concerned citizens met in Shaw at Mt. Tabor Church Tuesday night to voice concerns regarding the transfer of Ronnie Brown from principal at McEvans to the Alternative School in Rosedale. After two days of protesting and boycotting the school, leaders wanted to call off the boycott and set a tone for dialog with West Bolivar School Superintendent Dr. Pallascene Cole. Valerie Smith-Silas and Joyce Anderson facilitated the meeting and listed concerns to take to Cole....
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