In South Jackson, the newspapers ended up in the driveway of an abandoned home. In North Jackson, the papers were being dumped on the side of the roads. Neighbors said they were not getting their papers.
“We literally thought they had stop putting them out. When we called and reported this to the Clarion Ledger, we sent them pictures. Believe it or not we actually started getting them again,” said Pastor James Henly.
The pastors believe this illegal dumping that is occurring is due to the high prices of dumping.