Thursday, March 10, 2016

Weekly Leader Articles

Interesting articles from the Weekly Leader (the advance publication from the Rankin County News):

  -- RCSD holding kindergarten pre-registration March 22-24.  All the information you need to know on registering your children for kindergarten in RCSD schools.

  -- Body of missing elderly woman found in Reservoir. Contains the same information as this earlier post.

  -- Arrest warrant telephone scam.  See earlier post.

  -- Flowood charges burglary suspect. This criminal, James SCott Taylor, was actually a county resident.  He broke into Lakeland Glass and Tint. A review of the surveillance tape demonstrated the perp was a former employee.  He (allegedly) stole a computer, tools, a 2009 Lexus, and a 2006 Ford van.

  -- Visiting artist inspires NWR student art exhibit.  The exhibit, themed "Mississippi Landscapes" can be currently viewed at the Flowood Library, and was inspired by Albert Smathers of Miss. College.

  -- Prayer Breakfast set in Flowood.  Scheduled for May 13, at 7:30 a.m., in the Performing Arts Building at NWR HS.

  -- Flowood ready for Egg Hunt.  Saturday, March 26 at 10 a.m. in Liberty Park.

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