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New members named to Teacher Advisory Council

Special to The Clinton Courier The Mississippi Department of Education (MDE) recently announced the addition of fifty-two highly regarded education professionals from across the state to serve on the Mississippi Teacher Advisory Council (MTAC) for the 2022-23 school year. Among those selected were Meredith Jierski and Stephanie Peabody from Northside Elementary School and Jennifer Loshelder…

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Civic Corner: Board of Aldermen Recap – September 2022

By Ricki Garrett, PhD, Alderwoman at Large For those of you who missed this week’s Board of Aldermen Meeting, please know that I will do my best to succinctly cover the high points of the meeting. However, since it lasted almost three hours, that will be a little more difficult than usual. The department head…

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Jamie’s celebrates opening with ribbon cutting

Special to The Clinton Courier The Clinton Chamber of Commerce recently sponsored a ribbon cutting for Jamie’s Restaurant. Owner Jamie Brundige was joined by Chamber board members, Chamber ambassadors, City officials, family and friends. The business is located at 1009 Hampstead Boulevard. For more information, call 601-488-4252.  

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The Cost of Living in Clinton, NJ: A Guide for Newcomers

Clinton, NJ is one of the best places to live in the United States, and its proximity to New York City makes it a prime location for transplants who want the benefits of a small town without giving up urban amenities like subways and great cultural institutions. One of the most important questions you will…

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Brick Street Players announce 2022-23 season, offer subscriptions

Special to The Clinton Courier The Board of Directors of the newly re-organized Brick Street Players (BSP) recently announced their 2022-2023 season. The Players will present Love Letters in October 2022, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee in February of next year, and The Dining Room in May of 2023. Ticket subscriptions are now…

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Arrows fall just short of #1 Brandon

By Danny C. Davis For forty-three minutes of the forty-eight-minute game, the unranked Clinton Arrows went toe to toe with the #1 ranked Brandon Bulldogs on September 9. Every time the Bulldogs scored, the Arrows offense answered with a long drive to stay even. Clinton had Brandon on the ropes midway in the fourth quarter,…

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Attaché begins annual pecan sales

Clinton High School’s Attaché members are selling pecans as a fundraiser. The one-pound bags have full half pecans, not broken, and may be used as gifts, for holiday baking or just snacking. Bags can be purchased for $12.50 from any Attaché singer/dancer, pit or crew member. Payment is due when the bags are delivered, which…

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