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public and private schools throughout the state have transitioned to remote learning while schools are closed during the coronavirus pandemic. Pictured is Ms. Gabriel's class at Madison Avenue Elementary. They had a virtual language arts class Monday. Students watched a short film and explained the theme by using evidence to support their answers.
public and private schools throughout the state have transitioned to remote learning while schools are closed during the coronavirus pandemic. Pictured is Ms. Gabriel's class at Madison Avenue Elementary. They had a virtual language arts class Monday. Students watched a short film and explained the theme by using evidence to support their answers.
Wednesday, March 25, 2020 12:00 PM

Emily Custer’s two boys are self-motivated so that’s a big plus as distance learning has become the necessary norm amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Canton announces city-wide curfew
    Canton Mayor William Truly announced Monday a city-wide curfew from 9 p.m. to 5 a.m. that will go into effect immediately in an effort to curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the community.
  • 75 cars greet Ridgeland students during social distancing
    Seventy-five cars filled with Ridgeland elementary teachers banded together Thursday afternoon to bring some cheer and encouragement to their students stuck at home
  • Social distancing egg hunts set
    Social distancing egg hunts are planned in some neighborhoods like Sherbourne in Madison, where homeowners will hang colorful egg drawings on windows for families to “spot” while walking or driving through the neighborhood in the midst of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • The Board of Supervisors on Friday put in place a series of policies to protect county employees from the effects of the coronavirus pandemic.
  • Distillery pivots to help keep residents sanitized
    CANTON — David Rich spends most of his days making corn whiskey and aging bourbon. This put him in a unique position to produce hand sanitizer in a time when many shelves have been emptied by hoarders during the coronavirus pandemic.
  • C Spire responds to global pandemic
    RIDGELAND — Few private companies have mobilized efforts to combat the coronavirus pandemic like Ridgeland-based C Spire.
  • In an attempt to provide a safer environment for those most vulnerable to the effects of the COVID-19 virus, Walmart stores in Madison and Ridgeland are hosting designated shopping times for customers aged 60 or older.
  • Spann sings to spread cheer in Belhaven
    What started as an outburst, then an apology, has grabbed the attention of Christina Spann’s neighborhood and given a ray of hope to many quarantined in Belhaven.
  • The Mississippi State Department of Health announced 42 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19 Monday morning, bringing the state-wide total of those infected to 249.
  • Mississippi reports 67 new cases of Coronavirus
    The Mississippi State Department of Health announced Sunday morning that they had 67 new confirmed cases of the novel coronavirus known as COVID-19, bringing the statewide total to 207 cases.
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