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Cell phone use banned in Louisiana school zones

Cell phone use banned in Louisiana school zones

VIDALIA — New state laws prohibiting cell phone use in school zones and banning smoking within 200 feet of schools went into effect this week. Read more | Add your comment

Judge sends NRMC plan to creditors; Confirmation hearing Sept. 29 in Natchez

JACKSON — A federal bankruptcy judge signed Friday an order that will send Natchez Regional Medical Center’s plan to pay its debts to its creditors ... Read more | Add your comment

National Register status sought for Margaret Martin

NATCHEZ — Students once studied history there, and now the City of Natchez is moving to ensure Margaret Martin Performing Arts Center is enshrined in ... Read more | Add your comment

Challenge suit thrown out by Miss. judge

JACKSON (AP) — A Mississippi judge dismissed a lawsuit Friday that seeks to overturn six-term Sen. Thad Cochran’s victory in a Republican primary runoff, but ... Read more | Add your comment

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  6. Recycling efforts move forward; Bids accepted on items through Natchez grant  | Add your comment
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School News

Department of Education errors skewed scores

An error in the calculation of scores by the Mississippi Department of Education skewed the performance results of 10th-grade Natchez students. Read more | Add your comment

Bright Future: Leadership conference brings confidence for Trinity junior

A women’s leadership conference this summer proved to be the key to getting Brooke Wiley out of her shell. Read more | Add your comment

Trinity, Delta Charter focus year on making leaders

Students at two Miss-Lou private schools started class Thursday with a sneak peek into the year ahead. Read more | Add your comment

Student enrollment down in Natchez-Adams School District

As of Thursday, the Natchez-Adams School District’s student enrollment is down nearly 200 students from what it was last year. Read more | Add your comment

Graduation standards set for kindergarten through 12th grade in parish

Elementary school students will get a taste of high school standards this May when it’s time for graduation. Read more | Add your comment

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