Rep. Tommy Reynolds (D-Charleston) passed legislation Wednesday (House Bill 507) out of the House Judiciary A Committee that seeks to prohibit the sale of caffeine pills or powders to individuals under 18 years of age. The bill is created in the memory of Noah Smith, who passed away last year after an accidental caffeine overdose. Rep. Reynolds was joined by friends and family of the late Noah Smith including his parents, mother, Jennifer Westmoreland from Water Valley, and father, Corey Smith from Brandon.
“We The People” has scheduled an open meeting Saturday, Jan. 31, at the Multi-purpose Building in Coffeeville at 1 p.m.
Future Of ATV Riding At Lake Depends On Conduct Of Riders • Annual Habitat Day Is Feb. 7 • Clean Up Day Is Feb. 28
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