OXFORD – The former sheriff of Tallahatchie County was sentenced to six years in federal prison on Thursday for agreeing to allow robbery of a drug dealer and drug distribution in Tallahatchie County in exchange for bribes.
Annual Holy Week services will be held at Charleston United Methodist Church, April 15-19, beginning at noon each day.
The schedule of the sponsoring churches is as follows:
» Monday, April 15: Charleston United Methodist Church
PEARL — The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency (MEMA) is offering assistance for victims who are unable to live in their homes due to the Feb. 23-24 severe storms and widespread flooding across other areas of the state.
With more than a dozen ongoing community-engaged courses and service projects, University of Mississippi faculty, staff, students and community partners are leading a groundbreaking spring semester.
While flood disaster assistance is available to producers in 15 counties in Mississippi, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Richard Fordyce has designated four of those counties as the primary natural disaster area.
The Charleston Arts Center will host the exhibition, “Image and Identity: Modes of Representation in African American Art,” from March 9 until May 3. It will be available for free public viewing weekdays during regular operating hours.