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Gov. Phil Bryant has ordered a special election for Tuesday, May 8, to fill the seat recently vacated by the retirement of longtime District 30 state Rep. Robert E. Huddleston of Sumner.
The special election date was set by Bryant on Wednesday, March 7.
A dicey weather forecast has prompted officials to change the venue for Monday’s planned public kickoff of the "M Partner" pact between the University of Mississippi and the city of Charleston.
Second District U.S. Rep. Bennie G. Thompson has announced that the U.S.
SUMNER — On the final weekend of national Black History Month, the grassroots Tallahatchie County Alliance Inc. (TCA) sponsored a Saturday morning, Feb. 24, program here paying tribute to a group deemed “Tallahatchie Trailblazers.”
Local sales tax collections were higher overall in December, reflecting improved retail sales in the final weeks of the 2017 Christmas shopping season, according to figures released by the Mississippi Department of Revenue.
Starting in late February and running through early March, the United States Geological Survey (USGS) will use a specialized instrument towed beneath a low-flying helicopter to collect data about the Mississippi River Valley Alluvial Aquifer in an area just north of Greenwood
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.
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.
Two companies that keep track of a borrower’s ability to repay loans have waved a caution flag at Mississippi.
Members of the Charleston High School boys’ track team pose with the North State 3A championship trophy, which they captured during Saturday’s meet in Oxford.
Tim King teaches carpentry and construction classes at Charleston High School.
His curriculum covers carpentry, electrical, plumbing and masonry skills, which require a lot of raw materials.
Tallahatchie General Hospital staff received an “A” for their work in caring for a busload of students following a traffic accident last fall in the West Tallahatchie School District.