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I'm innocent, I tell ya

Bobbie Jean Geverd was among the the Improve Baptist Church members “locked up” during a tour of the old Sumrall jail May 8. Pictured at left is the full “Young at Heart” group in the upstairs portion of the building, used as a courtroom and town library back in the day.





Jail Docket: May 17, 2018

By STAFF,

Editor’s Note: The following people were booked into the Marion County Jail by local law enforcement agencies over the past week. The Columbian-Progress will correct any errors. Call Editor Charlie Smith at (601) 736-2611 to request a correction.

 





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Business Feature: Kane’s Catfish, Seafood & Steakhouse

By JOSHUA CAMPBELL,

Since October 2005, owners Wayne and Bobbie Regan have created a family atmosphere within Kane’s Catfish, Seafood & Steakhouse, and their generosity for their community neighbors is infectious.

“On the back of our menu, it says ‘come in as friends, leave as family,’” Wayne said. “That’s how we treat everybody.”




Woman survives fall at Red Bluff

By MARK ROGERS,

A photographer trying to get an angle on a shot survived an incredible fall at Red Bluff Sunday.

Carmen Reid, 31, of Ellisville tumbled an estimated 175 feet around 6 p.m., according to Morgantown Volunteer Fire Chief Krae Morgan. She was able to walk away but was later diagnosed with a broken vertebra at a hospital.






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