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CSD adds three new courses
This academic year, the Cleveland School District has added three new classes to the curriculum, two at Cleveland High School and one at East Side High School. The two new classes at Cleveland High...
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Wrapping paper fundraiser starts
Presbyterian Day School students, including Daniel Webster, Kolten Bullock, Kelly Anne Horton and Caroline Williams, kick off their annual Charleston Wrap fundraiser. Funds raised are used to enhan...
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Forums offer insight provost position
Delta State University President Bill Laforge needs a wingman and the university is deep in the process of finding a new provost. The candidates are Charles A. McAdams, G. Daniel Howard and Joseph ...
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Student receives high honor
Martha Marquez, a student at Ruleville Central High School, recently received the national Alexander Hamilton Citizenship Achievement Award for superior community service and achievement. Hamilton ...
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Student nurses offered aid
The cost of attending nursing school can be highly expensive. To combat the financial hardships of attending nursing school, the Bolivar Medical Center Foundation aids students by offering interest...
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Kids have fun, get supplies for school
Kids feasted on watermelon, hotdogs, jumped in a bouncy house and listened to music well into Saturday afternoon at Sterling Anderson Park for the back to school rally hosted by The Mississippi Min...
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B2S event offering surprises
The Mississippi Minority Healthcare Providers Association is presenting the Zion Hospice Back-to-School Community Fest this Saturday at Sterling Anderson Park in Cleveland from 2-4 p.m. The MMHPA w...
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MGJH geography winner heads to D.C.
Some people know the world better than others — that's just a fact. One standout Margaret Green Jr. High student will be putting his factual knowledge of the globe to the test beginning May 20. Eig...
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Beautiful butterflies teach about Holocaust
Project Pass students at Hayes Cooper Center in Merigold see butterflies as more than just an insect after their unit on prejudice and discrimination. They read “I Never Saw Another Butterfly,” a c...
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Pop-Up Restaurant to benefit Hayes Cooper Center
The Hayes Cooper Booster Club is hosting its first Hayes Cooper “Pop-Up Restaurant” at 7 p.m. Friday at the Cleveland Country Club at 7 p.m. The proceeds will benefit the outdoor experience for chi...
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Fighting students disrupt school
Multiple fights broke out at Ruleville Central High School late Wednesday morning, causing a scene that required assistance from multiple law enforcement agencies. The Ruleville Police Department, ...
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CHS students show history know-how
Four Cleveland High students represented the school well strong performances at the National History Day State Competition held Feb. 23 at the University of Southern Mississippi. Over 100 high scho...
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Teacher made the Blues 'sew' interesting
Last year's fourth graders at Parks Elementary School participated in an array of real-world experiences while studying Mississippi history. "We focused on the Blues," said teacher Memrie Melton. "...
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School donated to Mercy Center
The warm little hearts in the students of I. T. Montgomery Elementary School were able to give back in a big way this holiday season. Beginning Dec. 3, the children began bringing in canned food an...
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Jingle Bells seen, not heard
Hearing the song Jingle Bells played on the radio can prompt much holiday delight, but to two Delta classrooms, seeing Jingle Bells brings about a wave of excitement that only Santa himself can sur...
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