Monthly Archives: November 2014

Egg Bowl has playoff implications

By Bill Burrus Emmerich Newspapers Always the most important football game in Mississippi each year, the Egg Bowl has moved into the national spotlight. The unparalleled success of both Mississippi State and Ole Miss has made this rivalry one to…

Much needed SUccess

MSU looking for division title By Chris Whitaker Emmerich Newspapers Mississippi State’s best start in school history and first-ever No. 1 ranking took a blow with its 25-20 loss to Alabama on Nov. 15. Despite the loss, though, the Bulldogs…

Rebels’ ‘Possum’ torn by historic season

Buster Wolfe Emmerich Newspapers COLUMBIA — Richard “Possum” Price is an Ole Miss Rebel, red and blue through and through. He was a lineman on two of the school’s three national championship football teams under iconic coach Johnny Vaught. However,…

Ackerman Elementary – Turkey Recipes and Thanks

Ackerman Elementary Pre-K What I’m thankful for… Mrs. Long’s and Mrs. Griffin’s AES Pre-K Class Mrs. Long’s and Mrs. Griffin’s Pre-K Class has been busy this month learning about Native Americans, Pilgrims and the 1st Thanksgiving. They also discussed how…

Aldermen hire new police officer

By Amanda McBride The Choctaw Plaindealer The Ackerman Board of Aldermen hire a new police officer in the November 11 meeting. Chief Kevin Stark introduced Jeremy Latham to the board and recommended to hire him as a police officer at…

28 academy graduates added to MBN ranks

by Press Reports 1st class for state drug enforcement agency in more than a decade Rankin County Judge Kent McDaniel swore in 28 graduates of a six-week drug enforcement class November 7th at the Mississippi Law Enforcement Officers Training Academy…