District 2 Justice Judge Denise Washington-Lockett (right) swears in new West Tallahatchie School District Board of Trustees member Sharon Jackson-Bailey (left) on Jan. 14 in Sumner. Jackson-Bailey’s husband, District 2 Constable Clifton Bailey, looks on.
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Boards of trustees of both Tallahatchie County public school districts took action on Friday that seemingly will sever ties with their current superintendents.
IN THE CHANCERY COURT OF TALLAHATCHIE COUNTY, SECOND JUDICIAL DISTRICT
Tina Marie Morris, Plaintiff
Latricia Larrnetta Spurlock and Unknown Father of A.B.S., Defendants
Cause No. 2019-027-02
UNKNOWN FATHER OF A.B.S. SUMMONS
To: Unknown father of A.B.S., wherever located, whose name, residence, addresses, whereabouts, post office address and street address is unknown to the Plaintiff, and there solicitor, after diligent search and inquiry by both to ascertain same, having or claiming to have any legal interest as the father of A.B.S.
CLEVELAND — Delta State University’s Office of Communications and Marketing (CommMark) earned two 2020 awards in web design from the Council for Advancement and Support of Education (CASE), District III/Southeast.
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This story has been updated with bail information.
A Grenada County man is charged with simple domestic violence after allegedly threatening his wife with a pistol outside Tallahatchie General Hospital Friday morning, Jan. 24.
The boil water alert that had been posted Jan. 12 for the West Tallahatchie Utilities Association has been lifted.
Editor's note: The following is a press release from the office of Gov. Tate Reeves.
After a period of dormancy, the Sharkey-Hampton Lake Volunteer Fire Department was recently reorganized and conducted a celebration in honor of the rebirth. Pictured are members of the fire department.
The West Tallahatchie School District plans to be fully open for business on Monday.
Superintendent Christopher Furdge announced this week that all classes in the district will “tentatively” resume on Jan. 27.