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    MCHS Board Members, MCHS Staff, City of Jackson representatives, and BCBS representatives officially cut the ribbon to the fitness trail. From left are Tammy Amis, MCHS Chief of Staff; Andrea Baldwin, MCHS Recreation Assistant; Dr. Terry Hight, MCHS Chief Operating Officer; Angie Sumrall, Chief Financial Officer; Sherribeth Farmer, MCHS Board President; Dr. John Damon, MCHS Chief Executive Officer; Sheila Grogan, Executive Director of the Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Mississippi Foundation; Auburn Lambeth, MCHS Board; Kathy Eure, MCHS Auxiliary; Rick Bradley, MCHS Board; Aaron Banks, City of Jackson; Red Moffat, MCHS Board; and Helen Dalehite, MCHS Board.

    Miss. Children's Home Services has fitness trail

    Students and staff of Mississippi Children's Home Services (MCHS) now have one more way to stay active and adopt a healthier lifestyle with the opening of a new fitness trail located on MCHS's Jackson CARES School Campus.

    • Nov. 20, 2014
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    Trespassing charges dismissed against Madison police

    For the second time, trespassing charges filed by Robin Mayfield against three Madison police officers have been dismissed.

    • Nov. 19, 2014
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