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Walkers from New Town Missionary Baptist Church display posters honoring the memory of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during the 11th annual Martin Luther King Day parade Monday, Jan. 15, on Court Square in Charleston. (Photo by Clay McFerrin)

Aubrey Clark, 3-year-old daughter of Mitchell and Angel Clark of Sumner, seeks to be basking in the fallen snow on Tuesday.

Second District Justice Court Judge Denise Washington (left) on Jan. 11 administers the oath of office to Tameka McIntyre (right), new Education District 7 school board member in Charleston.

Tallahatchie County businesses collected slightly more in state sales taxes during November, according to a recent report from the Mississippi Department of Revenue.

In the photo, Charleston Post Office carrier Latonjia Brown proves true the old motto, “Neither snow nor rain nor heat nor gloom of night stays these couriers from the swift completion of their appointed rounds,” as she delivers mail Tuesday...

PEARL — The Mississippi Emergency Management Agency is encouraging the public prepare for a winter storm set to enter the state Monday evening through Tuesday and near zero wind chills.

Sprucing up City Hall


Eugene Anderson pressure-washes the awning on the front of Charleston City Hall as part of a sprucing-up that he is giving the municipal building.  Anderson was hired by the city to clean and paint the structure’s exterior and has been on the project about two weeks.


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