Miss Clinton & Miss Clinton’s Outstanding Teen Pageants

Lights, Glamour, Action! The City of Clinton is proud to announce the return of the Miss Clinton & Miss Clinton’s Outstanding Teen Pageants! The pageants will be held together at the Clinton Jr. High School Auditorium on Saturday, October 20. One winner of each title will be selected by a panel of judges and crowned…

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Physical Therapy as an Alternative to Prescription Pain Meds

By: Dr. Donald Dare   As awareness to the nation’s opioid epidemic continues to gain attention, health care professionals are rethinking how to go about treating long-term pain; and thanks to significant research in recent years, we now understand that chronic pain is complex and varied, so it can neither be easily diagnosed nor solved.…

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Mississippi Region Volunteers Deploy for Hurricane Florence

Twelve American Red Cross workers from Mississippi are responding to Hurricane Florence and several others are on standby to deploy. The Red Cross is preparing for a large relief effort across multiple states as Hurricane Florence continues its march toward the East Coast. More than 700 disaster workers are in route to the region to help. Below…

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PROCEDURE EASES COMPLICATIONS RELATED TO FLUID AROUND LUNGS

Dr. Michal Senitko, right, performs a medical thoracoscopy on patient Wayne Simpson in coordination with Dr. James T. Williams, left, and Dr. Trey Abraham, Main Content Procedure eases complications related to fluid around lungs Published on Thursday, August 23, 2018 Media Contact: Ruth Cummins As people live longer with more advanced stages of cancer or chronic…

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2018 Homecoming Clinton High

Clinton High School Homecoming will be Friday, Sept. 28. “We will start the day with a pep rally that morning beginning at 8 a.m. in the Clinton High School Gym,” said CHS teacher and Homecoming organizer Kim Stepp. “At 4 p.m. on Friday, the homecoming parade will begin.” The parade will feature the Clinton High School band, Clinton cheerleaders, class…

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VSA MISSISSIPPI AND BRAVO! RESTAURANT JOIN FORCES

VSA Mississippi and BRAVO! Restaurant will sponsor a benefit for the Community Art Group on the balconies of BRAVO! at Highland Village Shops in Jackson. There will be over one hundred pieces of art on display, and all are available for purchase. Thirty plus artists with disabilities from the group will exhibit their works on…

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Sumner Hill Students Training for competition

Ten students in Bradley Pope’s Personal Finance class at Sumner Hill Junior High School are jumping into the virtual business world. These students will be competing in CapsimCore, a business simulation that puts them in charge of running their own company. The ten students are split into two teams, each running their own virtual business.…

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MISSISSIPPI GOVERNOR AND FIRST LADY BRYANT PRESENT NATIONAL CHILDREN’S ALLIANCE AWARD TO NUCOR STEEL OF JACKSON

Mississippi Governor and First Lady Bryant along with members of the Children’s Advocacy Centers of Mississippi Board presented Nucor Steel of Jackson with the National Children’s Alliance Community Philanthropy Leadership Award. “Nucor is doing amazing things for the abused children of Mississippi through their partnership with CACM,” First Lady Bryant commented, “It was a true…

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