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West Tallahatchie School District Superintendent Christopher Furdge (right) recently congratulates R.H. Bearden Elementary School students for a job well done in their first taekwondo karate tournament, held at the Leflore County Civic Center in Greenwood.

SCOOBA — Fred Hervey, sophomore linebacker for the East Mississippi Community College Lions, has been named to the 2019 College Football America Yearbook’s Junior College Preseason Starting Lineup, the publication’s version of a preseason Juco All-America team.

Charleston High School sophomore powerlifter Keely Buckley (above) was named Monday to The Clarion Ledger’s All-State girls’ powerlifting squad as a second-team honoree.  She was one of only 24 young ladies from all public school classifications in Mississippi to earn a powerlifting All-State no

Freddrick L. Hervey is making a name for himself both on the football field and in the classroom at East Mississippi Community College in Scooba.

Charleston High School’s Sauntelee Reed is pictured wearing the medal she earned as the 2019 Class 3A state champion in the high jump.  Reed finished on top of the event during the May 3 Mississippi High School Activities Association State Track and Field Championships, held at Pearl High School

Charleston High School athletes captured two medals during the Saturday, April 13, State Powerlifting Championships at the Mississippi Coliseum in Jackson.

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Bearden students win in karate tournament

By LARRY GORDON,

West Tallahatchie School District Superintendent Christopher Furdge (right) recently congratulates R.H. Bearden Elementary School students for a job well done in their first taekwondo karate tournament, held at the Leflore County Civic Center in Greenwood.


Buckley named state All-Star by Clarion Ledger

By CLAY MCFERRIN,

Charleston High School sophomore powerlifter Keely Buckley (above) was named Monday to The Clarion Ledger’s All-State girls’ powerlifting squad as a second-team honoree.  She was one of only 24 young ladies from all public school classifications in Mississippi to earn a power


Hervey excels on, off field

By CLAY MCFERRIN,

Freddrick L. Hervey is making a name for himself both on the football field and in the classroom at East Mississippi Community College in Scooba.


Charleston's Reed a state champion

By CLAY MCFERRIN,

Charleston High School’s Sauntelee Reed is pictured wearing the medal she earned as the 2019 Class 3A state champion in the high jump.  Reed finished on top of the event during the May 3 Mississippi High School Activities Association State Track and Field Championships, held



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GLENDORA —  Cora Mae Cole, age 90, homemaker, passed away Sunday, Aug. 18, at University Hospital... READ MORE