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Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month

May is Cystic Fibrosis Awareness Month. Cystic Fibrosis is a progressive, genetic disease that causes persistent lung infections and limits the ability to breathe over time.  According to in people with CF, a defective gene causes a thick, sticky … Continue reading

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Eight Days of Hope by Jessica Barrett

I had the privilege of traveling to Houston, Texas in October with the Eight Days of Hope rapid response team. That trip was so impactful to my life and many other volunteer’s lives from around the country and even the … Continue reading

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Reaching for the Stars

Nettleton High School is full of ambitious students and teachers who give their all in everything they do. There is one special teacher and one dedicated student who received the honor of being acknowledged for their work.  I would like … Continue reading

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MSPA Spring Convention

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Congrats to Grace McAllister!

NEWS RELEASE From MDE For Immediate Release: February 20, 2018 Two Mississippi Students among Nation’s Top Youth Volunteers JACKSON, Miss. – Two Mississippi students are among a select group of students nationwide who have been recognized as top youth volunteers … Continue reading

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Eight Days of Hope!! by Jessica Barrett

There are many people that have heard about an organization called Eight Days of Hope, but a lot of people don’t know the hard work and dedication it takes to serve in this type of ministry.  8DOH is a Christian, … Continue reading

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Back on my Feet!

As many people are aware, last school year I underwent a procedure called Lapidus Bunionectomy. This is just a fancy way of saying bunion removal. Growing up, I have always had bunions, but recently they have worsened and started to … Continue reading

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There’s No Place Like Homecoming!

Homecoming has become one of the biggest traditions in high school today. It’s where former students and members come together to celebrate the school’s existence. Activities anywhere from pep rallies to dances, each event has its own way of honoring … Continue reading

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Back to School!

Students at Nettleton High School get back into the swing of things as summer break comes to an end. As students cram with schedule changes and pretests, the new beginnings of this school year excite them. Freshman Carley Pannell quoted, … Continue reading

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“911, what’s your emergency?”

It’s an experience many teens may find familiar: being late for work and speeding up “just a little, accelerating your speed a bit to enjoy the open road, or leaving your seat belt off because you’re only traveling “a few … Continue reading

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