Book signing set for Tims’ ‘Merciless Eden’
A love for the land and an appreciation for its history is what Doug Tims wanted to show when he chose to spend years researching Campbell's Ferry Ranch on the Salmon River in central Idaho for his...
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Oversea trips provide fun learning experience
A local family recently took a trip "half way around" during their spring break vacation. Beverly and Bob Card of Merigold journeyed to Italy along with friends, family and students to expand upon ...
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Software to help in stopping farm thefts
Sheriff Kelvin Williams and Warden Ora Starks presented several orders and requests to the Bolivar County Board of Supervisors Monday. “We are trying to move forward with getting a new computer sof...
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Wildcats wrap up 5th straight region crown
For the fifth consecutive season, the Cleveland High Wildcats are region champions. The most recent notch for the Wildcats came in the team's 10-3 win over the Yazoo County Panthers Tuesday at Sank...
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Cleveland High Jazz Band places in festival
The Cleveland High School Jazz Band placed second in the high school division at the 34th Alcorn State Jazz Festival recently. The Wildcats ranked ahead of groups from Grenada, Moss Point and Newto...
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Bayou Academy has been purchasing new technology for the students and within the next year will go one-to-one.
Bayou Academy has been purchasing new technology for the students and within the next year will go one-to-one.
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Bayou Academy highlights tech advancements
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Bayou Academy is making major additions in technology and security. Recently, the administration had Maglocks installed on both of the main entrances. Headmaster David Granville explained these locks now keep the students safer because people entering and leaving the building are monitored. "The doors lock at 8 a.m. and stay locked until 3:45 p.m. It's an auto lock and someone coming in has to push a button and stand in front of the camera to be admitted. If you don’t stand in front of the ca...
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