Latest Top Stories

The Sprouts, a youth garden club sponsored by Charleston’s Magnolia Garden Club, have joined the city’s community garden.

Monday, Erron Biggins (left), Charleston Mayor Sedrick Smith (on ladder) and Jermaine Johnson apply fresh paint to an old commercial building on the west side of the Charleston Court Square.

ABSENTEE BALLOTING TO BEGIN AS SCHEDULED

There will be no delay in the availability of absentee ballots in Tallahatchie County, Circuit Clerk Daphane Neal said Friday morning.

WEBB — West Tallahatchie High School on Monday announced the naming of a new salutatorian for the Class of 2019.

The salutatorian, Corleshia Young, is the daughter of Chameleon Davis.

Alli Elizabeth Roberts (left), granddaughter of Thad and Janet Roberts of Paynes, is a 2019 recipient of the Mississippi Association of Supervisors County Employee Scholarship.

Last week, Mississippians paid their last respects to a gentleman who spent a lifetime helping his home state.

Public Notice March 28, 2019 Part A

kmcferrin

TRUSTEE'S NOTICE OF SALE
WHEREAS, on September 27, 2011, Jiwelean Carter, single, executed a Deed of Trust to W. Stewart Robison, Trustee for Walter Mortgage Company, LLC, Beneficiary, which Deed of Trust is recorded in Land Deed of Trust Book 2011, at Page 1722, in the office of the Chancery Clerk of Tallahatchie County, Mississippi;










Public Notice March 21, 2018

kmcferrin

PUBLIC NOTICE
TO: ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ENTITIES CLAIMING AN INTEREST IN AND TO THE FIREARMS DESCRIBED IN THIS NOTICE
WHEREAS, the Mayor and Board of Commissioners of the City of Charleston, by Order of the Mayor and Board of Commissioners, did determine that the following described firearms:
I. GJenfield .22 Rifle
2.Mossberg 12 Gauge Shotgun
3.Maverick  12 Gauge Shotgun
4.Revolution  12 Gauge Shotgun
5.Remington 870 12 Gauge Shotgun
6.Mossberg  12 Gauge Shotgun
7.Winchester 94 30-30 Rifle
8.Stevens .22 Rifle


AG PRODUCERS IN TALLAHATCHIE, 14 OTHER COUNTIES MAY APPLY FOR FLOOD DISASTER AID

By SPECIAL TO THE SUN-SENTINEL,

While flood disaster assistance is available to producers in 15 counties in Mississippi, U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) Farm Service Agency (FSA) Administrator Richard Fordyce has designated four of those counties as the primary natural disaster area.





Pages