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Anti-casino course crowd profiled
Guest editorial by Vernon Sikes, Managing Editor The Yazoo Herald
I'm not quite sure how things got to this point. All I know is it happened on my watch, which is an extremely bad reflection on this Christian's part.

A little more than 10 years ago, the Mississippi Legislature caught us asleep at the wheel and opened the doors of our state to casino gambling.
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Boil water notice for Durant area
The Mississippi State Department of Health is issuing a boil water alert for customers who receive their drinking water from the City of Durant water supply and the Castalian Water Association.| more >>|
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Diagnosed with Leukemia
HI, MY NAME IS DERREL BILSKY. I'm 6 years old. Everyone knows me as D.J. I have been diagnosed with High Risk Lymphoblastic Leukemia.| more >>|
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Bible Drill participants
MT. VERNON BAPTIST CHURCH BIBLE DRILL PARTICIPANTS. Buck Hutchins, Jessica Hutchins, and Cory McBride of Mt. Vernon Baptist Church participated in the State Youth Bible Drill held at Batesville.| more >>|



Judge's conference
ATTENDED CONFERENCE. Jerry Fisher, Justice Court Judge in Lexington, attended the National Judges Association annual educational conference in Red Lodge, Montana,| more >>|
CMI continues to provide services
Central Mississippi, Inc. community action agency was chartered in 1965 by the State of Mississippi to provide social/human services to economically disadvantaged residents in a designated service area.| more >>|
Calendar of Events
SWEET WATER CME CHURCH PLANS WOMEN'S DAY PROG.

Sweet Water CME Church invites the public to their annual Women's Day celebration on May 29 at 3:00 p.m.

The speaker will be Sister Alfreda Wright Walden.
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BellSouth Awards Mississippi Delta Technology Council $10,000
At a recent meeting of the Mississippi Delta Technology Council (MDTC), Dr. Brent Hales, Director of MDTC and of Delta State University's Center for Economic and Community Development, parent organization of MDTC, received a $10,000 check from corporate sponsor, BellSouth, presented by Carolyn Manning, Regional Manager, BellSouth.| more >>|
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