IN THE PHOTO: At left, the courtroom of the Tallahatchie County Courthouse in Sumner is shown in an archival photo during the 1955 murder trial of two men accused in the death of Emmett Till.
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Several minions, and even a clown, dance during Friday’s “Healthy Halloween” at Charleston Elementary School. Participants played games, enjoyed healthy snacks and were educated about the benefits of a healthy lifestyle. Leading sponsors of the event were the James C.
Tallahatchie County's ban on outdoor burning has been lifted, county Fire Coordinator Richard Taylor announced Thursday.
He said action cancelling the local burn ban was taken Wednesday by the Tallahatchie County Board of Supervisors.
A picnic table paying tribute to the history of the Lamb-Fish Lumber Co. is on public display in Charleston.
Lamb-Fish operated in the city of Charleston during the early 20th century and touted itself as the “largest hardwood lumber mill in the world.”
Charleston Elementary School, in collaboration with the James C. Kennedy Wellness Center and Tallahatchie General Hospital, is hosting its second annual “Healthy Halloween” event for the community on Friday, Oct. 30, from 4-6 p.m.