by Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce
The Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce is participating in Small Business Saturday, November 29th. This is a nationwide marketing campaign to “shop small” sponsored by American Express.
This day is dedicated to supporting small … Read more
By French Camp Elementary
The Kindergarten class at French Camp Elementary School’s Scale Score Average on the Kindergarten Readiness Assessment was the second highest in the state.
This is based on information that was released by the Mississippi Department of … Read more
By Taylor Hawkins
Coming from Benton Academy, a small private school in rural Mississippi, not many people gave Ben Beckwith much of a chance.
Beckwith was a big fish in a small pond with dreams of football glory. … Read more
Weir Elementary School
“How to cook a turkey?”
Mrs. Howard & Ms. Hemphill’s Pre-K Class – Weir Elementary School
Jeremiah Baldwyn-I will go to Sunflower and buy my turkey. I will take it home and cut him. I’ll cook him … Read more
By Charles M. Dunagin
McCOMB — Ralph “Catfish” Smith jokes that he lettered at both Ole Miss and Mississippi State when he played intercollegiate football.
“I was the fifth man in the Mississippi State backfield,” said the former … Read more
Ole Miss looks for standout win
By Josh Troy
The Ole Miss Rebels are enjoying a banner season, thanks to a strong passing game by senior quarterback Bo Wallace and a defense that has allowed fewer points than … Read more
By BILL BURRUS
Bo Wallace or Dak Prescott? Dak Prescott or Bo Wallace? Who’s the best?
That’s been the debate out of both the Ole Miss and Mississippi State camps all season.
And it will be debated all … Read more
By Taylor Hawkins
Through his first three years at Mississippi State, Kaleb Eulls has recorded 84 tackles, and by the first week of November, he had already added another 27.
Some of those tackles were bigger than others, … Read more
By James Pugh
Ole Miss free safety Cody Prewitt loves his university. He said he has always wanted to go to Ole Miss, especially since his junior high days at Sylva-Bay Academy in Jasper County, about halfway between … Read more
By Charlie Smith
Dan Mullen and Hugh Freeze aren’t completely different.
Both head coaches were early adopters of the fast-paced, spread option offenses that now dominate college football.
Demographically, they fit the same profile: youthful family men with … Read more