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Sumner Hill celebrates National Down Syndrome day

      Sumner Hill’s Peer Leadership Committee, Sumner Hill teachers and students wore bright socks to celebrate National Down Syndrome day and to support student Timothy Miller. Pictured (l to r) are: Emma Grace Markham, McKenzie Price, Timothy Miller, Mattise Pickett and Malinda Van.    

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Bids open for two CPSD athletic improvement projects

  By Taylor McKay Hathorn Clinton Arrows football fans will hopefully enjoy an enhanced game day experience this fall. The Clinton Public School District (CPSD) recently posted bids for two separate athletic improvement projects, including a new football “jumbotron” and visitor side press box upgrades at Clinton High School’s Arrow Field.  The school board indicated…

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Mississippi College makes history at Dance Marathon 2021

  By Emily-Kate Ford  Students at Mississippi College recently made history by raising $109,500.95 for Children’s of Mississippi Hospital.  By coming together and thinking of creative ideas to support the cause, MC raised more than any other school its size has ever raised.  “This is not cool. This is not awesome. This is history,” said…

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Mississippi College Student Interns at Continental Tire

  The huge Continental Tire plant is providing excellent work experiences for Mississippi College students. MC student Brianna Foy recently landed a communications internship at the plant two miles west of Clinton. Motorists daily see the construction progress of the high-tech plant in Hinds County. It’s a key part of a global company based in…

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Lady Choctaws Softball Gears Up for Postseason

  By Datti Jinkiri Regardless of sport, the best players are at their finest in the biggest moments. The Mississippi College Lady Choctaws will have the opportunity to be just that at the GSC Softball Championship this week. The Lady Choctaws clinched the six-seed this past weekend and will play third-seeded University of Alabama in…

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