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Public Works readies for annual Earth Day
Cleveland and Bolivar County will be cleaner and brighter after Earth Day. The Cleveland-Bolivar County Earth Day occurs every April in partnership with the Mississippi Department of Environmental ...
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Train museum hosts musical evening
The Martin and Sue King Railroad Heritage Museum will play host to Music in the Museum at 6 p.m. Thursday and admission is free. "We will have live music, some special lighting and an evening runni...
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NSMC receives high rating by state auditor
North Sunflower Medical Center in Ruleville is looking pretty good, financially. Mississippi State Auditor Stacey Pickering has released an in-depth study of Mississippi’s publicly owned, rural hos...
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Crosstie Festival preparations
With Crosstie this weekend, Cleveland Public Works has been preparing the grounds of the Bolivar County Courthouse in Cleveland for the festival. Included in the preparations are the placements of ...
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Afternoon at the movies
Rain may have kept many indoors Sunday but movie fans braved the weather to enjoy “The Nut Job” plus traditional snacks of popcorn and candy at the Bologna Performing Arts Center.
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Supervisors updated on departments
ROSEDALE – During the Bolivar County Board of Supervisors meeting Monday in Rosedale, the Port Commission Director Robert Maxwell presented the port’s annual report. "There are a lot of things goin...
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Trooper collars two for possession
Mississippi Highway Trooper Charles Lamb was on routine patrol Monday around 3 p.m. when he found a little more than expected after stopping a vehicle for speeding. According to Trooper Tony Dunn, ...
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International fraud scam claims several city residents
The Cleveland Police Department has discovered a scam that has cause several residents to lose thousands of dollars. "There are letters being sent out with checks made out to individuals that live ...
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Teachers pay on the rise
The debate over teacher pay raise has finally come to a screeching halt. Teachers will receive $4,250 over four years but experienced teachers are required to meet certain requirements to collect t...
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Veterans stand up for stand down
The Gulf Coast Veteran Advocacy Council, Inc. and Taborian Urgent Care Center in Mound Bayou hosted Mississippi's first Homeless Veterans Stand-Down. The event took place at the Mound Bayou Facilit...
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Not too late for Obamacare
The deadline to receive Affordable Healthcare has been extended. On Monday many Americans scurried about to sign up for health insurance but due to technical difficulties related to the website, th...
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