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Creating a deeper faith through journaling

 

 

Swollen Bibles with colorful tabs and silky ribbons hanging from the tops are seen in more and more hands of residents in Bolivar County as Bible Art Journaling grows in popularity. 

As this new form of worship grows, more and more churches are having Bible Art Journaling workshops, Covenant Presbyterian being one of them.

 

MDE to host literacy meeting

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The Mississippi Department of Education is holding five meetings throughout the state for parents of kindergarten through third grade students to share information on how they can help their child become better readers.

Relay for Life'ers get walking shoes ready

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The annual Relay For Life is set to begin Friday at 6 p.m. with the Survivor Lap at the Cleveland High School track.

In addition to the Survivor Lap, there will be a Luminary Service and the word "hope" will be spelled out in the stands with luminaries, which have been purchased in memory and in honor of loved ones.

 

Superintendent makes plans for district

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Interim Superintendent Charles Barron said the district is waiting to see if other missed days may be forgiven.

 

Barron said he is taking the audits done before the consolidation and going through them to see where corrections need to be made and where there are strengths in each school.

 

Dr. Robert Luckett

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Dr. Robert Luckett, director of the Margaret Walker Center at Jackson State University, spoke to the Historical Society at the Capps Building Monday. His talk was on "The Mississippi Plan and the Rise of Jim Crow." DSU student Chante Hughes talks with Luckett after his lecture.