TUTWILER — The town attorney here believes that state demands for repayment of nearly $80,000 issued against two former and four present members of the Tutwiler Board of Aldermen fly in the face of federal law.
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Charleston Arts and Revitalization Effort Executive Director Carol Roark (front, right) is pictured presenting a check for $2,500 to Charleston Main Street Association representative Catherine Woodyard. The CARE donation will be combined with others to help fund startup cost
Tallahatchie General Hospital in Charleston is sponsoring a community blood drive on Wednesday, Aug. 2, from 11 a.m. until 6 p.m.
The drive will be conducted by Mississippi Blood Services, whose donor coach will be situated in the hospital’s parking lot.
COFFEEVILLE — Jamie L. Whitten Plant Materials Center (PMC) employee Jon Allison of Tippo recently was recognized as the outstanding employee across 25 plant materials centers throughout the nation.
CASCILLA — In Defense of Animals, the international animal protection organization that runs the Justice for Animals Campaign in Mississippi, joined forces with Mississippi Horses, a nonprofit horse rescue located in Jackson, for the seizure of four neglected horses on a Casc
A multi-use safe room for Charleston is one step closer to reality after U.S. Sens. Thad Cochran and Roger Wicker, both Mississippi Republicans, on Monday announced a $1.2 million federal grant for the project.
Six-year-old Lucy Roberson and two-year-old Henry Roberson, the children of Julius and Molly Roberson and the grandchildren of Bryan and Kathy Roberson, all of Charleston, carry on a rich Delta tradition by displaying the year’s first reported cotton bloom in Tallahatchie Cou
STRIDER — The Strider Academy Board of Directors has named Kelvin Newton as the fifth headmaster, or chief administrator, in the 47-year history of the school.