The Tallahatchie Early Learning Alliance, a nonprofit supported by the Tallahatchie River Foundation, the Mississippi PreK Collaborative Grant, as well as local donors, and GoMo Health, a leading population health management company, on Tuesday launched Thrive by 3rd Tips, a
JACKSON — The Mississippi Highway Patrol (MHP) will kick off the 2018 Christmas travel enforcement period with a safety awareness initiative titled “Making It Home for the Holidays.”
Pictured at the second annual meeting of the National Dog Horn Association (NDHA), held Nov. 10 at the Charleston Arts Center, are (from left) Charleston Arts and Revitalization Effort (CARE) Executive Director Carol Roark; NDHA founder Dr.
TUTWILER — On Oct. 10, the West Tallahatchie Habitat for Humanity Board of Trustees presented the deed of trust to Iesha Harris, recipient of the 44th house dedicated by the local Habitat affiliate.
Sumner Baptist Church is serving as a drop-off location for the Samaritan’s Purse project Operation Christmas Child, joining nearly 5,000 U.S. locations collecting gift-filled shoeboxes.
The fifth annual Bayou Bend Golf Classic, benefiting student-athletes at West Tallahatchie High School, was held Oct. 13 at the Bayou Bend Country Club near Sumner. A returning special guest this year was professional golfer Robert Ford.
Several Charleston officials recently attended the Mississippi Municipal League’s (MML) 2018 Small Town Conference in Vicksburg.
Charleston Mayor Sedrick Smith, Ward 3 Commissioner Tawanda Shannon and Ward 4 Commissioner Sandy Smith were in attendance.
JACKSON — Polls open for the 2018 general election at 7 a.m. Tuesday, Nov. 6. Mississippians can cast a ballot for candidates seeking U.S. Senate, House of Representatives, and judicial seats, among other races.