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Campbell believes in empowering her students
D.M. Smith Middle School is a special place and Tracy Selby Campbell wants Bolivar County to know. Campbell received her BSE in history and BA in Spanish from Delta State University and said she wa...
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Bolivar Medical takes precautions against Ebola
Just minutes after Thomas Eric Duncan arrived for a second time at the emergency room, the word is on his chart: "Ebola." But despite all the warnings that the deadly virus could arrive unannounced...
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Hill Demonstration School Mark Unveiled
Attendees of the Hill Demonstration School gather at the marker designating the significance of the school on Saturday. Approximately 125 alumni and friends gathered this weekend to celebrate their...
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Master Gardeners convene in Cleveland
Master Gardeners from five counties recently met at the Extension Service Building for a first time regional gathering. Approximately 30 Master Gardeners and interns from Bolivar, Washington, Sunfl...
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Keveon Taylor invited to U.S. Army All American Band
Cleveland High School senior Keveon Taylor was formally invited to join the prestigious U.S. Army All American Band as Army representatives, family, classmates, instructors, and fellow band members...
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CVFD responds quickly to chemical spill
On Wednesday emergency personnel responded to a call at Aguzzi Farms around 7 p.m. after a gas tank was punctured and began to leak. According to Cleveland Fire Inspector Greg Jackson, "Someone was...
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Rain puts no damper on festival
Despite rainy conditions Friday night and Saturday morning, the 32nd annual Octoberfest was still a success. "We had a great turnout on Friday night and Saturday’s crowd was decent considering the ...
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Octoberfest 2014
Octoberfest 2014
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City looks at street repairs, public policy
The Cleveland Board of Aldermen met Tuesday to discuss cleaning up downtown and the new public relations policy. Engineer Bob Eley reported to the Cleveland Board of Aldermen Tuesday that he had re...
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Conference explores hardship of Blues lovers
The International Blues Conference wrapped up on Tuesday with music, art, and visitors from all over. According to Dr. Shelley Collins and Don Allan Mitchell, chairs of the conference, this is just...
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Area school districts join MAEP lawsuit
Three area school districts have joined the Mississippi Adequate Education Program, lawsuit to retrieve funds that were not allocated to districts since 2010. The Sunflower Consolidated School Dist...
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