CHARLESTON — Mrs. Jane B. Knighten, age 88, passed away Monday, May 27, at Grenada Living... READ MORE
As of the date of this newspaper, Feb. 21, there remain just one week and one day until we reach the jumping-off point for the first leg of this year’s political season — the deadline for candidates to file their qualifying papers.
When Lincoln “Buddy” Smith and his wife Sandy founded the Tallahatchie Delta Youth League Inc. in Charleston recently, they did so with the intention of carrying on a proud local legacy.
Now that the city of Charleston has assumed ownership of what had been the Mississippi Army National Guard’s Charleston Readiness Center, the question on the minds of many people is just what will city officials choose to do with the facility.
In the foreground, Charleston and Spring Hill firefighter Jimmy Fly (left) and Sumner firefighter Corey Gee are pictured attending the Feb.
Charleston High School Tigers senior running back LeQuyton “Quynn” Crawford (seated) signs a National Letter of Intent to play football for the Northeast Mississippi Community College Tigers of Booneville. Pictured with Crawford on National Signing Day, Feb.
With two weeks remaining until this year’s qualifying deadline, two more people have added their names to the list of candidates for local offices in Tallahatchie County, including a ninth seeking the position of sheriff, according to records on file late Tuesday at the circu