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Doctor of Dental Medicine Kyle Wiggins has joined the Charleston dental practice of Dr. Ronal Roberson as an associate.
Wiggins’ first day in the office, located in the Dr. Monroe E. Smith Medical Building at 203 S. Market St., was Monday, June 6.
The Charleston Arts and Revitalization Effort (CARE) held an opening reception for the “Charleston Connections” exhibit on Friday, June 10, at the Charleston Arts Center. Pictured above at the event are the four artists whose works are being featured.
Christopher Furdge has been named interim superintendent of the West Tallahatchie School District.
The decision by the district’s Board of Trustees came during a special called meeting on Wednesday, June 8.
SUMNER — Season 3 of the Sumner Farmers Market kicks off Thursday, June 16.
The market will be open from 5-7 p.m. on the south side of Sumner Court Square — a schedule that will continue weekly during the summer.
Rescue workers tend to a just freed occupant of the overturned truck in the background at the scene of a one-vehicle accident Tuesday afternoon (May 31) near the intersection of Highway 32 and Spring Hill Road. The truck, bearing the nameplate of T&C Ice Co.
Local residents are being invited to participate as extras in a zombie horror movie being shot now in Charleston.
“Kudzu Zombies” began filming in the city on May 25. Executive Producer Daniel Wood said the movie is scheduled to wrap June 14.
During their final weekly meeting before Memorial Day, the Charleston Rotary Club fittingly paid tribute to a World War II hero on May 25.
Edgar Raymond “Ray” Prigmore Jr. was celebrated as a posthumous recipient of Rotary’s prestigious Paul Harris Fellow award.