Brilla Family Fun Days Begin May 16

The highest level of soccer in Mississippi is returning to Clinton for a 13th season. Mississippi Brilla FC’s USL League 2 team is scheduled to kickoff its season on Thursday, May 16 at 7:30 pm at Clinton High School Arrow Stadium. This year’s 7 game home schedule centers around “Family Fun Days.” “I have lived…

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CPSD hosts Business & Education Summit for area employers

Clinton school leaders are inviting area employers to share feedback on workforce development at the upcoming Business & Education Summit. “We are about to start construction on a $16 million expansion to Clinton High School to house Career and Technical Education classes,” said Dr. Tim Martin, superintendent of schools. “As move forward in this process…

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Nikaylis Washington Signs with Northwestern State University

Hinds Lady Bulldogs standout Nikaylis Washington (McComb) signed a scholarship to continue her basketball career at Northwestern State University in Natchitoches, Louisiana. Washington became the first signee for Northwestern this spring and the first Lady Bulldog to sign with a NCAA Division I school this year. During her sophomore season, Washington averaged 9 points per…

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THACKER MOUNTAIN RADIO RETURNS TO CLINTON 2019

The Arts Council of Clinton is proud to announce that the Thacker Mountain Radio Hour (TMR) will be returning to Clinton on June 15th.   This will be the fourth year in a row that Thacker has started their summer season in Clinton. “We’re really excited about Thacker returning to Clinton.  It was well received the…

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CHS junior Aaron Graves scores perfect 36 on ACT

Clinton High School junior Aaron Graves first found out he’d scored a perfect 36 on the American College Test from his mom Cherye. “When I got home, she was really excited,” he said. “She made me call all our family.” The ACT is a curriculum and standards based tool that assesses students’ academic readiness for…

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Statement Regarding Teacher and Teacher Assistant Pay Raise

The Mississippi Department of Education has received numerous calls from superintendents reporting that some teaching positions were not included in their allocation for the teacher and teacher assistant pay raise. The MDE calculated the number of positions based on the code in the Mississippi Student Information System (MSIS) that referenced MAEP-only funded teachers and teacher…

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J. F. Haydn’s THE CREATION

Clinton and Clinton-connected talent, from art to song, have a big role in making Mississippi Chorus’ final performance of the season — Haydn’s masterwork “The Creation” May 4 in Jackson — a glowing tribute.   The performance is 7:30 p.m. May 4 at the Gertrude C. Ford Academic Complex on the Millsaps College campus. “Creation,” a cornerstone…

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