State donates funds to Hamer center
The Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation is one step closer to building its $5.5 million headquarters in Ruleville. The state recently donated $300,000 to the foundation and according to Sen. Willie ...
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Library prepares for annual book sale
The Friends of the Bolivar County Library System will host its annual book sale from Wednesday through April 26 at the Robinson Carpenter Memorial Library. The hours are Wednesday from 3-6 p.m. and...
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Earth Day proves successful
Cleveland Public Works hosted Bolivar County’s Earth Day Saturday by setting up several sites to allow residents to recycle items that can't be placed in the hoppers such as tires, paint, and appli...
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Moore getting it done in the circle
Sophomore Kaitlin Moore has proven to be a very special athlete in her time with the softball team at Delta State University. Heading into Wednesday’s softball doubleheader against the University o...
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DSU OKRA camp promises fun exercise
Registration has opened for OKRA Camp at Delta State and kids attending have a lot to look forward too. OKRA camp is a summer day camp providing youth ages 6-8 and 9-11 a week-long opportunity to p...
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Azariah Jones (left) and Imre' Shaw traveled to Washington to urge legislators to support policies that help children in the U.S. and around the world get a healthy start in life. The John F. Kennedy Memorial High School students were among 26 students from around the country who won a scholarship to participate in Save the Children's Advocacy Summit.
Azariah Jones (left) and Imre' Shaw traveled to Washington to urge legislators to support policies that help children in the U.S. and around the world get a healthy start in life. The John F. Kennedy Memorial High School students were among 26 students from around the country who won a scholarship to participate in Save the Children's Advocacy Summit.
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JFK students attend summit on saving children
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Azaiah Jones and Imre' Shaw, John F. Kennedy Memorial High School students, recently attended the Save the Children’s 12th Anniversary Advocacy Summit in Washington, D.C. The purpose of the summit was to rally the support of lawmakers and legislators to make policies that ensure that every child in the United States is healthy, educated and protected. Advocacy Summit participants came from more than 30 states across America, including youth from 22 states. The summit was designed to encourage...
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