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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.
The Sprouts, a youth garden club sponsored by Charleston’s Magnolia Garden Club, have joined the city’s community garden. Four of the 11 Sprouts gathered recently for the first workday to plant tomatoes with the aid of community gardeners and CMGC members.
Judge Tara Lang handed down the following decisions during the June 3 and June 10 sessions of Charleston Municipal Court, according to information on file in the municipal court clerk’s office.
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Political rally on tap at Teasdale
SUMNER — Former Charleston High School math teacher and basketball coach Willie Bell III has been sentenced to five years with the Mississippi Department of Corrections for fondling a female student at the school while he was employed there.
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A woman, formerly of Charleston, has been charged with capital murder in the 2016 death of her 8-day-old infant daughter.
A hard conversation about racism: How ‘The Blood of Emmett Till’ led high school Northerners on a civil rights journey to the SouthBy AALLYAH WRIGHT/MISSISSIPPI TODAY,
CLARKSDALE – When Michael Scanlan and Dennis Lansang, teachers at St.
SUMNER — With dozens of prospects on hand Monday at the Tallahatchie County Courthouse for the start of jury selection in his looming trial, a Webb man instead struck an 11th hour deal with prosecutors regarding his role in a 2016 slaying.
On behalf of Tallahatchie County Friends of the Library, we would like to thank everyone who sponsored our recent event in Charleston and contributed donations to our programs.
Former sheriff Brewer jailed for alleged bond violation after striking deal to plead guilty to drug-related offenseBy CLAY MCFERRIN,
Former Tallahatchie County sheriff William L.
William Brewer has resigned as sheriff of Tallahatchie County, and the county's top decision-making body is set to meet Thursday in special session to discuss a replacement.
OXFORD — Former Tallahatchie County Sheriff William L. Brewer Jr. pleaded guilty last Thursday to one of the five drug-related charges for which he was indicted by a federal grand jury and faces a Feb. 14 sentencing date in U.S. District Court.
A sunny spring morning turned tragic Saturday when five people were shot in an apparent domestic incident at a residence in south central Tallahatchie County.
A traffic stop in the city of Charleston last week led law enforcement to the discovery of a stash of processed marijuana at a residence in the Cascilla community and marijuana plants growing nearby, according to Tallahatchie County Sheriff Jimmy Fly.
Saddled with federal narcotics trafficking, extortion and bribery charges after his Friday arrest by the FBI, William Brewer resigned as Tallahatchie County sheriff on Tuesday, bringing to a sudden close his almost 21-year career as the county’s chief law enforcement officer.
There is a new sheriff in town, and a familiar judge returns on a temporary basis.
By a vote of 4-1, Jimmy Fly of Charleston is now sheriff of Tallahatchie County.
A former Charleston High School teacher and coach has been charged with sexual battery for allegedly having sex with a minor student while he was employed at the school.
After earning a prestigious Harvard University Master of Business Administration degree, Micajah “Mike” Sturdivant III could have entered real estate or most any other business, but decided instead to become a Mississippi Delta farmer.
A newcomer to the political arena on Tuesday took down one of the longest-serving elected officials in recent Tallahatchie County history, and did so in convincing fashion.
Recently unsealed court documents show federal authorities have seized 800 acres in Tallahatchie County as part of an ongoing, multi-state probe into allegations of a multi-million-dollar pharmacy fraud ring.
A Charleston man is in custody after he allegedly assaulted a city commissioner so violently that the official may require facial reconstructive surgery — all during a reported robbery that netted $23 in cash.