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Online registration for the upcoming school year has gone live in Cleveland

July 28, 2014
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Students who are new to the district still must register in person with proof of residency, except for incoming kindergarten students, whose registration can be done online.

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A petition drive launched from the Greenville High School auditorium this weekend

July 28, 2014
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Organizers are calling for full funding of the Mississippi Adequate Education Program, and aiming to get the question they call Better Schools Better Jobs on the ballot in November...

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Mississippi rated worst for child well-being

July 28, 2014
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Advocates for children are concerned, after a well-regarded national survey ranked Mississippi last for child well-being. The Kids Count Survey from the Annie E. Casey Foundation ranked Mississippi last...

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Leland Schools have made some hires in their athletic program

July 28, 2014
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44-year-old Lynn Lang has signed on as athletic director. He is from Greenville originally and recently was athletic director...

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Mayor Cox looks to bump up to full-time

July 28, 2014
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Greenville Mayor John Cox is looking to have his position made full-time. He told the City Council during budget...

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Kroger to close Greenville store

July 25, 2014
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The Kroger supermarket chain has announced that it will close its Greenville store on US 82 next month. The...

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The Mississippi Department of Education’s new budget requests one million dollars for expanded investigations into reports of cheating in public schools on tests that help determine their high-stakes grades from the state

July 25, 2014
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The investigations will look into cases were test scores suddenly spiked by what appeared to be unrealistic numbers. An...

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A federal judge will hear oral arguments today on whether activists who want a new election for Senate Challenger Chris McDaniel can have access to nine counties’ voters rolls

July 24, 2014
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A group known as True the Vote is trying to prove that people who voted in the Democratic primary...

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Reports of men wearing bandanas and dressed in all black committing various crimes has Bolivar County residents concerned

July 24, 2014
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The men were boxing cars in near O’Reilly Road and attempting to rob drivers. Men fitting the same description...

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Jobs coming to Sunflower County

July 24, 2014
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Governor Bryant and officials from Moon River Foods have announced that the company will locate a fish processing operation...

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