The Rankin County News had a number of important articles concerning the Rez in its latest edition, including:
-- Huge crowd turns out for '16 Flowood Festival. Recap of Flowood's big family fest.
-- Rez to charge entrance fees. On Saturdays, Sundays, and holidays through Labor Day, the PRVWSD to charge $5 per vehicle at Old Trace, Pelahatchie Shores, and Lakeshore Parks.
-- Drowning at Primos Lakes in Flowood. 18 year old Melvin Mangum, Jr., drowned after his fishing boat capsized in Primos Lake.
-- Sheriff's Office Undersheriff McBroom retires. Long-time sheriff's department employee, Ken McBroom retires and is replaced with Rez resident, Raymond Duke.
-- Board says "No" to jug fishing. PRVWSD Board denies jug fishing in Pelahatchie Bay.
-- Hartfield Academy announces Varsity Head Football Coach. Jeff McFerran was named as the new head football coach at Hartfield. Former Vandy and Memphis Tiger takes the reigns this season.
-- NWR Cougar Basketball Camp. Check the paper for details about summer camps offered through NWR HS.