West Marion High School senior cheerleader Kaitlyn Bradford had the chance of a lifetime recently as she joined more than 800 cheerleaders and dancers from across the country to perform at Walt Disney World.
She represented Varsity Spirit at the fourth annual Varsity Spirit Spectacular that took place Nov. 29 through Dec. 2.
If your home burns, floods or is destroyed by a tornado and it’s not livable, you shouldn’t have to pay property tax on it. That’s the thought behind some legislation that will be proposed to clarify tax rules in Mississippi.
A Columbia business wants to expand, but problems with a city sewer line are causing issues for the downtown company.
Sharon James of CARS (Care At Residence Services) said her company’s South Main Street location floods frequently, causing her to have to send employees home, and raw sewage is also a problem in the area.