ALZHEIMER’S ASSOCIATION TO HOST FREE EDUCATIONAL CONFERENCE FOR ALZHEIMER’S AND DEMENTIA CAREGIVERS

Conference to take place this November, in conjunction with National Alzheimer’s Disease Awareness Month and National Family Caregiver Month The Alzheimer’s Association’s Mississippi Chapter will host a virtual caregiver conference from November 9th through the 12th in order to educate, prepare and support those caring for a person living with Alzheimer’s or a related form…

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How to Get Compensated for Medical Malpractice

Nothing is worth more than life. When required, we put our lives into the hands of the people we trust – the doctors. In most cases, they truly help us and treat our problems as their own, but occasionally mistakes happen. In some countries, like in the United States, different medical errors are the third…

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Haunting of Olde Towne set for October 29

The streets of Clinton’s Olde Towne will once again be filled with ghouls, ghosts and goblins when the Clinton Parks and Recreation Department hosts its annual “Haunting of Olde Towne.” The Haunting of Old Towne, typically known as H.O.O.T., will be held on Thursday, October 29, from 6 until 8 p.m. The City of Clinton Parks…

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High school friends gather to cherish friendship

By Carole Kelly Plans to meet and renew school-day friendships as years pass can be a challenge.  Friends who had met, established and cherished their friendships throughout their Clinton school years not too many years ago coordinated a strategic plan for a recent mini-reunion in Georgia. The five friends, or “fab five,” who graduated from…

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New Air Circulation Systems Installed in MC Buildings

  New air purifier systems in Mississippi College buildings this fall will eliminate mold and mildew as well as harmful airborne particles. It’s another powerful tool as MC leaders seek to mitigate the spread of COVID-19 amid a worldwide health emergency. Indoor air cleaning in residence halls on the Clinton campus, as well as academic…

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The Maine Coon – America’s Cat

California has the grizzly bear. Florida has the panther. Oklahoma has the buffalo. Maine has the Maine Coon cat. These are referring to state animals, and in Maine’s case, it seems a bit underwhelming to most. Why this cat breed? Turns out Maine Coons are among the most fascinating animals out we have the pleasure…

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Surprising Robots That Are Changing Our Lives Right Now

The growth of technology has greatly expanded and facilitated different aspects of our lives, whether we realise this or not. You may be familiar with the sci-fi movies where robots are created in such smart ways that they end up taking over the human species. You may also think that creating robots to do certain…

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Clinton Public School District COVID-19 Update—October 28, 2020

The Clinton Public School District is reporting a student at Sumner Hill Junior High School has tested positive for COVID-19. School administrators at Sumner Hill have contacted parents of students in the classes who have been affected. Prewitt Contracting Services will conduct a deep cleaning of Sumner Hill with electrostatic machines prior to the start…

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Going on a Hunting Trip? Here’s What to Prepare

Hunting is a thrill that some cannot avoid. Every now and then, hunting enthusiasts will pack up and head into the wilderness to try and catch wild animals. When you are out there in the wilderness away from the comfort of your home, your hunting pack is what keeps you alive. What you pack is…

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