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CLARKSDALE — In a defensive slugfest, the Charleston High School Tigers fell 14-6 to the North Side High School Gators in Friday night’s (Nov. 29) Class 2A North championship game.
On the strength of a gutsy 6-3 win over Calhoun City in the Nov.
BLUE SPRINGS — The Charleston Tigers whipped the East Union Urchins 52-27 in a second-round playoff game here Friday night.
PASCAGOULA — The West Tallahatchie High School Choctaws traveled six hours and nearly 400 miles to reach the end of their 2019 football journey.
Charleston High School senior Bryan Steen (seated third from left) signs a scholarship offer Nov. 1 to play basketball for the Itawamba Community College Indians of Fulton.

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Digital broadcasts of CHS football resume this week

By CLAY MCFERRIN,

Business and personal sponsors once again will bring the sounds of Charleston High School football to local listeners.

For a third straight year, Tiger game broadcasts will air on Undefined Radio, a digital internet radio station based in Senatobia.




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


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OAKLAND —  Mrs. Linda Rose Nichols Jackson, 64, of Oakland, passed away Saturday, Nov. 30, 2019 at... READ MORE

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