A Tallahatchie County woman has been sentenced to serve a total of 33 months in federal prison after pleading guilty to three charges, including converting to her own use a federal income tax refund check issued to another person.
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SUMNER — Beginning late next week, Sumner Baptist Church will serve as a drop-off location for the Samaritan’s Purse project, Operation Christmas Child, joining nearly 5,000 locations across the United States collecting gift-filled shoeboxes that will go to children in need
Charleston Municipal Court Judge Tara Lang (right) administers the oath of office to Charleston Police Chief Donnie L. Tenner (third from left) and city police officers (from left) Tekiya Bush, Samson Armstrong, Capt. Wendy Jones, Marvin Pryor, LeAuto Horton and Justin A.
Children at the Eva Covington Head Start Center in Charleston were taught fire safety and prevention during an Oct. 13 educational session sponsored by local firefighters. In the photo, firefighter Jimmy Fly demonstrates one scenario. (Photo by Richard Taylor)
Local lawyer Thomas U. “Tommy” Reynolds has been named interim city attorney for Charleston.
Reynolds was appointed on a 3-2 vote of the Charleston Board of Commissioners, who gathered for a special meeting Thursday, Oct. 19.
As the countdown to the Nov. 7 general election begins in earnest, the circuit clerk’s offices in Charleston and Sumner will fulfill a state mandate by being open to the public from 8 a.m. until noon on the last two Saturdays prior to the election.
As part of its official response to a civil lawsuit filed by recently axed police chief Luther Folson Jr., the city of Charleston is seeking to have the case dismissed.