Jimmy Fly of Charleston is the new sheriff of Tallahatchie County.
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The general membership of the Charleston Arts and Revitalization Effort is being called upon to decide this year’s recipient of CARE’s Living Legends award.
Tallahatchie County voters will get to weigh in on this year’s congressional races during Tuesday’s June 5 party primary elections.
The polls at all 21 county voting precincts will be open from 7 a.m. until 7 p.m.
JACKSON — In a continued effort to curb the opioid epidemic in Mississippi, a drug proven to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose is now available by request directly from a pharmacist at all Mississippi pharmacies.
Pictured are volunteers who took part in the city of Charleston’s community cleanup day on Saturday, May 12. The event was held in concert with Keep America Beautiful’s national campaign, according to Charleston Mayor Sedrick Smith. The coordinated local effort targeted spe
Voters in Mississippi House District 30 will be asked to venture to the polls Tuesday for a runoff in the race for state representative.
On the ballot are Blake Ferretti, 35, of Cleveland, and Tracey Rosebud, 42, of Tutwiler.
CLARKSDALE — Administrators for Coahoma Community College last week announced the valedictorian and salutatorian for the graduating Class of 2018.
Selected as valedictorian was Brittany Collins of Tunica, and salutatorian was Ariel Montgomery of Tutwiler.
Blake Ferretti of Cleveland and Tracey Rusebud of Tutwiler face a winner-take-all special election runoff showdown on May 29.