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Vicksburg and Warren County come through for those in need

Thursday, the Salvation Army made Christmas brighter for more than 400 Warren County residents when its volunteers handed out, and in some cases delivered, Angel Tree packages to 348 children and 105 senior citizens. The Angel Tree program has been an annual program for this area for many years and

VICKSBURG POST - 2017-12-16 23:59:59

35 walking trail markers dedicated to Vicksburg's heritage

Vicksburg and county tourism officials Wednesday officially opened a system of trails totaling 10.5 miles through the city's downtown and historic districts to tell its story. Called the "Heritage Walking Trails," the system consists of five trails, all beginning at the Yazoo& Mississippi Valley Rai

VICKSBURG POST

22 teams compete in qualifier

The Vicksburg Post Three! Two! One! Lego! These words could be heard as students from across the state competed in the annual FIRST Lego League Competition Saturday. The competition was centered around hydrodynamics this year and each team had the task of not only creating a science project to iden

VICKSBURG POST - 2017-12-17 02:47:00

Cottonwood Public House restaurant and bar in the works downtown

Downtown Vicksburg will soon have a new tenant serving up a mixture of locally brewed beer, pizza and an assortment of other "hangout food." Cottonwood Public House located at 1309 Washington St. is set to open by the end of the year as the latest addition to a growing restaurant and bar scene in do

VICKSBURG POST - 2017-12-15 06:02:00

Delta Charter receives 7-year contract extension

FERRIDAY - Delta Charter School was approved this week for a seven-year contract extension, the maximum renewal available for a Louisiana charter school. Delta Charter Assistant Director Monica Miller said she received the news on Monday after the Board of Elementary and Secondary Education unanimou

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Traffic stop leads to major drug bust

Hinds County Special Operations Investigators made a traffic stop Friday afternoon which lead to the discovery of large quantities of pure THC oil, drug infused candy, and kush. The illegal drugs were found inside of a pillow in the back seat of the 2016 Dodge Dart rental car. Lt. Pete Luke of the

MSNEWSNOW.COM - 2017-12-16 00:18:25

Hinds County courthouse in Raymond operating without heat to the building

The Hinds County Courthouse in Raymond is operating without heat. One county worker said the courthouse has been cold for more than two months. Some county employees were using space heaters to keep warm. It was about 43 degrees outside of the courthouse Friday afternoon. Inside the building, it was

WAPT - 2017-12-16 03:41:00

Terry sweeps Raymond in Superintendent's Cup doubleheader

One of the more underrated rivalries renewed off Highway 18. Terry and Raymond faced off with the Superintendent's Cup on the line. The Bulldogs would edge the Rangers 54-50, the Lady Bulldogs would complete a sweep with a 52-40 victory. One of the more underrated rivalries renewed off Highway 18. T

MSNEWSNOW.COM - 2017-12-16 04:17:01

Wrong-way Oxford driver released to wife due to overcrowded jail

A car honking at 10:42 p.m. Dec. 9 alerted an officer on patrol to a driver operating his Subaru in the wrong lane while driving east on High Street approaching Main Street. The honking was from a vehicle that swerved to avoid a head-on collision as the Subaru traveled a half-block on the wrong side

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-12-16 23:59:59

Oxford taxi owner accused of assaulting Miami U. students indicted

An Oxford man accused of sexually assaulting two Miami University students in his vehicle that serves as a taxi service has been indicted by a grand jury. Sherman Jackson II, the owner and operator of Sherman's Safe Ride, was indicted Thursday by a Butler County grand jury on three counts of rape an

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Fatal crash not discovered for hours, Preble County Sheriff's Office says

ISRAEL TWP, Ohio (WKEF/WRGT) - The Preble County Sheriff's Office said a vehicle left a roadway, went airborn and struck several trees early Thursday, but was not discovered for hours. The crash on Camden College Corner Road at the intersection of Kingrey Road was discovered by a local resident arou

FOX45NOW.COM - 2017-12-15 23:20:35

Police looking for bank robbery suspect in Butler County

TRENTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Police are searching for a man they say robbed a bank in Butler County. According to a release the incident happened at the Fifth-Third bank on West State Street in Trenton just before 10:30 a.m Saturday. The man left the bank on foot then possibly got into a nearby vehicle.

WDTN - 2017-12-16 19:43:47

Services, activities for area veterans

Camden Post 1577 Auxiliary meetings are the first Tuesday each month, at 7 p.m. Men's meeting is the second Tuesday of the month at 6 p.m. James E. Ryan Post 322 The Senior Fun Bunch meets every Thursday from 1-4 p.m. for music and dancing. Ladies Night Euchre is played every Wednesday evening at 7

EATON REGISTER HERALD - 2017-12-16 02:31:15

Seven Days of Heroin: Elliana's story

In July Stephanie Gaffney told The Enquirer she was in treatment for her opioid addiction and aimed to create a good life for her child. Ten days later, she died of brain damage after an opioid overdose. The Enquirer/Cara Owsley The Enquirer/Cara Owsley What we reported: In The Enquirer's special r

CINCINNATI.COM - 2017-12-17 00:34:29

Hamilton business owner, Edgewood special needs students team up

Holly Dainton's students have won the heart and support of a local business woman and artisan. Venita Allen, the owner of lahVdah in Hamilton, has teamed up with special education students at Edgewood High School to sell their crafts in her store. Edgewood Schools outlines 5 key strategies to guide

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-12-16 20:25:06

Fairfield residents want to save historic home from wrecking ball

A group of Fairfield residents has asked the city to delay a vote on demolishing a 19th century home in hopes it will be converted into an educational facility. The Save the Cooper House committee, lead by resident Dean Bruewer, is passionate about saving the building because it was owned by Thomas

JOURNAL-NEWS - 2017-12-16 13:26:26

Teen arrested after armed robbery at Irving restaurant

One person is in custody after three people robbed patrons at an Irving restaurant at gunpoint Friday night. Kevin Castaneda (Irving Police Department) Irving police said the suspects walked into Costeno's Restaurant on Grauwyler Road around 8:45 p.m. and stole several customers' jewelry, cell p

DALLAS NEWS - 2017-12-16 21:04:04

School Board votes for Coppell Middle School West

After several discussions and board meetings, the Coppell ISD board of trustees voted to name the new middle school Coppell Middle School West at Monday night's board meeting. The decision didn't come easily as each member discussed multiple options and deliberated on what would be the best name bas

STARLOCALMEDIA.COM - 2017-12-16 15:44:00

Wisconsin couple's house decorated with over 20 trees and 3,000 ornaments

JEFFERSON, WI -- No matter how much you love Christmas, it's hard to think of anyone who loves Christmas quite like this Wisconsin couple! Kristin Kakuschke & Greg Beck are so jolly for the holidays, they have not one, not two, but over twenty Christmas trees. You may not be able to tell from the ou

CW33 NEWSFIX - 2017-12-17 01:47:23

Hollywood actresses reportedly planning to wear black at Golden Globes in protest

HOLLYWOOD, CA -- When it comes time for the 2018 Golden Globes, there's a good chance it'll look less like an award show and more like a funeral! Hollywood actresses are allegedly going all black for the red carpet! The black out is meant to serve as a sign of unity from the leading ladies of Holly

CW33 NEWSFIX - 2017-12-17 01:43:45