Laurel Mayor Johnny Magee has officially announced his intent to run for re-election.
The City of Laurel has approved the completion of its 2014 sewer improvement project and also approved the re-appointment of Clinton Drummer Jr. to the Civil Service Commission during its first meeting of the year.
• Kathy Leggett verses Christopher Leggett
• Amber Thomas verses Clarence Thomas
• Joshua Robinson verses Chelsea Robinson
• Atonia Bender verses Wesley Bender
Glade Elementary fourth graders built Native American home replicas as they finished their unit. These were presented while they shared research and information that they learned as they studied about Native Americans.
ELLISVILLE – Mississippi Gulf Coast multimedia artist and the Co-Owner and Creative Director at Almost Circle Gallery in Biloxi, Julia Reyes’ work will be on display at Jones County Junior College in Ellisville through February 9. The public is invited to a reception in her
Jubi, a terrier/Catahoula leopard dog mix, is around a year and a half old. He has been neutered, is current on vaccinations, and is heartworm negative. He is also house trained. Jubi is a strong active boy and needs an adopter who is experienced with energetic dogs.
Saraphina is a pit bull mix with a contagious smile. She is very athletic and loves to jump! She is having a hard time adjusting to shelter life, but her companion Nala seems to be her security blanket. She would do best if she could be adopted with her best friend.
Dr. Patricia Tibbs will be holding a book signing/sale of her inspirational book Cords between 3:30 p.m. and 6 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 9, at the library in Laurel.
Cords is a powerful reflection on Dr. Tibbs’ life experiences.