After 27 people filed to seek local elected office within the first five days of the two-month-long qualifying period a week ago, only two more added their names to the roster of political hopefuls this week and one person withdrew her name from consideration.
The Charleston Police Department's present uniform patch, worn on the left shoulder of officers' shirts (the U.S. flag is on the right), is pictured at left. A new patch, designed by Charleston schoolteacher Kaylan Herron, is pictured at right.
Charleston Police Chief Justin Gammage said it was only fitting that Charleston schoolteacher Kaylan Herron should receive the very first newly designed shoulder patch that his officers will be wearing on their uniforms.
OXFORD — “The people of Mississippi are our state’s greatest asset,” wrote Glenn McCullough Jr., executive director of the Mississippi Development Authority, in a recent newspaper column in which he was reflecting on what he called “the bountiful blessings of the past year in
On behalf of the David Harshman Education Foundation, West Tallahatchie Habitat for Humanity (WTHFH) recently presented the children of two of its homeowners with a $1,000 scholarship each to help defray the cost of their college education.
The 2019 political season opened with a flurry of activity in Tallahatchie County as 27 candidates for local political office — 14 of them incumbents — filed qualifying papers and paid fees during the first five days of the qualifying period.