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Copiah Academy homecoming Friday

Copiah Academy will present their homecoming court Friday night at homecoming festivities. Front row left to right: Russum McDonnell (crownbearer) and Karsyn Morse (flower girl) ; Second Row, Rachel Bozeman and Kylie Page (junior maids), Eliza Brunt and Bella Giddens (sophomore maids; third row, Allie Lott, Meg Watts, Emmalee Anderson, Hannah Drew, Jenna Fullington (senior…

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Attend dance camp

The Copiah Impressions Dance Team attended UDA Dance Camp held at Mississippi State University this summer. Each girl was evaluated individually throughout the week on routines taught by UDA staff. The girls received 29 blue ribbons, 3 red ribbons and 1 white ribbon. The girls, as a team, were evaluated on a “home routine” we…

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New employees at Co-Lin

New members of Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s faculty and staff from the Wesson Campus are seated from left, Cynthia Granger, Paula Yarborough, Lisa Furlow, Jennifer Price, Mallory Turner; standing from left, Jamie Lambert, Crystal Cronin, Anna Thurman, Ayannah Williams, Felisha Hampton, Arnissayur Robinson, Mandy Dann, Stephen Pounders, and Lane Young.

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Co-Lin partners with ACT to pilot ACT Work Ready Community Regional Academy

WESSON- Copiah-Lincoln Community College and ACT have partnered to pilot the new ACT Work Ready Community Regional Academy approach. The first of its kind, Co-Lin’s Wesson Campus recently hosted representatives from six counties for the regional academy. The academy featured seminars on strategic planning, customer focus, social mapping, and goal achievement. To read the rest…

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Co-Lin’s PBL chapter wins six awards at national competition

ANAHEIM, California– Copiah-Lincoln Community College’s Nu Kappa Chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) claimed six national awards at the PBL National Leadership Conference held in Anaheim, California. Over 2,500 students from colleges and universities from across the nation represented their institutions to compete in more than 50 specialized business events. The annual PBL conference highlights…

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Awards presented to students

These Copiah Academy students received awards for being a part of the Rockin Railroad at awards day held May 5 in the Copiah Cafetorium. First place local Winners: first row, left to right,  Peyton Woodrow, Micah Merchant, Raelynn Cohn, Bella Grace Lowery, Jordan Berry; second row: Audrey Albright, Blair Brasel, Jacob Hales, Logan Prine, Wren…

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CA kicks off 50th celebration

Copiah Academy will celebrate 50 years of incorporation in 2017-18.  The school began as Copiah Educational Foundation, Inc. in 1967 with a few families coming together and utilizing a mobile home located near the old WMDC radio station on Hwy. 51 north of Hazlehurst. To read more about this year-long event, see the Copiah County…

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HHS Scholarship signers

Hazlehurst High School held their first ever Senior Academic/Military Signing Day Celebration.  Seniors individually declared their school of choice in front of their classmates, family, and the student body.  Institutions of High Learning that the Senior Class of 2017 will be attending include: Copiah-Lincoln Community College, Hinds Community College, Southwest Community College, East Mississippi Community…

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HHS Pathway winners

Tom Joyner Foundation College Pathway Program scholarship winners from Hazlehurst High School!  The Tom Joyner Foundation College Pathway Program is affiliated with the Mississippi Job Corps Center.  A total of almost $372,000 in scholarship funds to Tougaloo College and Hinds Community College was awarded to these scholars.  Congratulations to these seniors representing the Class of…

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Check from McDonalds

Hazlehurst High School would like to give a special thanks to the local McDonald’s. During our Hazlehurst High School Night at McDonald’s, we raised over $200. The students and supporters came out to in full force to help us raise money for Prom 2017 and PBIS. Thank you again to everyone who took time to…

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