- Cape fines contractor $1,100 a day for street-project delays; contractor blames utility relocations (5/18/17)13
- Deputies: Man, woman tried to arrange killing of his estranged wife (5/21/17)1
- Attorney general seeks bond revocation for embattled sheriff (5/17/17)3
- I will not be silenced (5/16/17)4
- Tractors owners to open restaurant in new Drury Plaza Hotel (5/15/17)
- Cape police say man assaulted, kidnapped girlfriend (5/21/17)2
- Mississippi County sheriff fights efforts in court to remove him from office (5/21/17)4
- Attorney general to review request to probe Oran timecard allegations; claims spark denials on Facebook (5/16/17)2
- Man accused of using stolen RV to break into airport (5/16/17)
- Cape man accused of shooting a woman in Jackson (5/21/17)
FBLA attendees set good example of today's youths
To the editor:
On a regular basis we read and hear about teenagers who have done bad things or made bad choices. I would like to take this time to share may experience with you.
Last week I took a group of Central High School students to the National FBLA Fall Conference in Indianapolis. After a long drive and two days at the conference, I would like to express how proud I am of these students. They were well-mannered, well-behaved and a lot of fun. To Candace London, Stacy Vogel, Nadine Aboul-Magd, Garrett Ozbun, Louis Hagler and Trevor Beckham: I enjoyed attending the conference with you. To the public: If we are leaving the world in the hands of students such as these six, the world will be a better place because of them.
Central High School