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The Charleston High School Tigers opened the 2018 campaign Friday night by shutting out the visiting West Bolivar Eagles 38-0 in front of an enthusiastic home crowd at Tiger Stadium.
“It’s always good to open with a win,” said CHS head coach Scott Martin.
Bill F. Cossar was honored Sunday afternoon as the 2018 recipient of the Charleston Arts and Revitalization Effort’s Living Legend Award.
The honor pays tribute to individuals who have made a positive difference within the Charleston community.
There is a new sheriff in town, and a familiar judge returns on a temporary basis.
By a vote of 4-1, Jimmy Fly of Charleston is now sheriff of Tallahatchie County.
F. Gray Carter of Collierville, Tennessee, district governor of Rotary International District 6800, was the guest speaker during the Aug. 15 noon luncheon meeting of the Charleston Rotary Club. Among those attending the event (from left) are Lance Tennyson, James Micou, Rev.
Jimmy Fly of Charleston is the new sheriff of Tallahatchie County.
Both of Tallahatchie County’s varsity football teams will open the 2018 season within the friendly confines of their own stadiums Friday night. Both kick off at 7.
One of two incumbent members of school board seats up for grabs in this year’s Nov. 6 election has filed a qualifying statement of intent, according to Tallahatchie County Circuit Clerk Daphane Neal.