The Smith County Reformer - Raleigh & Taylorsville, Mississippi
The Smith County Reformer

is a Mississippi weekly newspaper

published in Raleigh, MS by

Buckley Newspapers, Inc.

Smith County Reformer

P.O. Box 187

Raleigh, MS 39153

Phone: 601.782.4358

Fax: 601.782.9081

The Reformer Staff

Publisher :: Ronnie Buckley

Manager/Sales :: Brenda Ingram

Editor :: Blenda Singleton

News Reporter :: Sherry Soelman

Legals/Copy :: Toni Stewart

Annual Subscription Rates

In County: $25 per year

Out of County: $40 per year

Out of State: $45 per year


  • New field house doors ordered
    by Sherry Soelman
    10.07.11 - 04:26 pm
  • Polkville wants new school
    by Sherry Soelman
    09.23.11 - 01:53 pm
  • Beating leaves one man dead
    by Sherry Soelman
    09.16.11 - 04:13 pm
  • Going Green
    by Blenda Singleton
    10.27.11 - 12:50 pm
  • Polkville visitors remind board
    by Sherry Soelman
    10.26.11 - 01:10 pm
  • Courthouse gets new lights
    by Sherry Soelman
    10.26.11 - 01:08 pm
  • Mize staff handles bomb threat
    by Sherry Soelman
    10.12.11 - 01:59 pm
  • Field house doors still waiting
    by Sherry Soelman
    10.07.11 - 04:11 pm
  • Taylorsville Police Department recognized by Domestic Abuse Family Shelter
     On Tuesday, December 21, 2010, Chief Bobby Ainsworth presented two of his employees, Tina Jordan and Dextris Barnett, with a Certificate of Commendation from a Domestic Abuse Family Shelter for Ex...
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    Board asked to look to future
    Jimmy Dell Hancock, Superintendent of Education, closed the Board of Education meeting Monday night, November 14, 2011, with an emotional plea for the board members to remember “education is the gr...
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    RALEIGH ELEMENTARY HONORS VETERANS
    Raleigh Elementary students honored the Veterans on Veterans Day, November 11, 2011, with songs, poems and a special tribute. The ceremony began with a march with veterans following students carryi...
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    Fire destroys Bryant home
    A fire started at the home of David and Rhonda Bryant early Tuesday morning, October 25, 2011, around 8 a.m. Fire departments from Sylvarena, Pineville and Raleigh raced to the home on Hwy. 35 Sout...
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    Going Green
    Mrs. Lagatha Kay’s S.C.O.P.E. Class at Taylorsville Elementary is going green by protecting their environment and learning how ecology affects the cycles of plant and animal life, as well as recycl...
    Oct 27, 2011 | 0 0 comments | 1207 1207 recommendations | email to a friend
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    Polkville visitors remind board
    Gentlemen from Polkville came to the school board meeting on Monday evening, October 17, 2011. They were not on the agenda, but were allowed to plead their case for a school in Polkville once again...
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    Courthouse gets new lights
    After having to reject the first set of bids for the energy upgrades to the courthouse, the Board of Supervisors voted on Allen & Hoshall’s recommendation. They awarded the bid during their third M...
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    Domestic dispute leads to Sunday shooting
    Daniel A. Brown faces aggravated assault charges for shooting Zachary McCullum in the neck. According to Sheriff Charlie Crumpton, the Sunday afternoon shooting occurred over a domestic dispute. “A...
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    Mize staff handles bomb threat
    When you look for heroes, you don’t think about looking at the staff of a school, but the principals at Mize Attendance Center and the teachers acted both bravely and efficiently on Thursday mornin...
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    Taylorsville Public Library becomes energy efficient
    The Taylorsville Board of Aldermen addressed a brief agenda on October 6, 2011, at their first Thursday meeting. Following the regular monthly business of approving the miniutes from the September ...
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