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Z-Hope Project

Photo Submitted By Charlotte F. Miller Pictured (left to right) Latonya Hardy, Z-HOPE Coordinator/Pearlette Advisor; Ozaria Landfair, Zeta Pearlette; Kiara Hardy, Zeta Amicette and Madison Pickett, Zeta Amicette. Rho Nu Zeta Chapter educated the members of Durant M.B. Church on…

Man with local ties graduates TLETA

Local residents join Tennessee Law Enforcement in congratulations to Kennis D’Juan Shell who graduated from the 2016 Class of the Tennessee Law Enforcement Training Academy (TLETA) on April 1, 2016 in Nashville, TN. Kennis served as chaplain of his graduating…

Mississippi is home to 244,755 small businesses

The Office of Advocacy, an independent office within the Small Business Administration, released the annual Small Business Profiles, April 19. The user-friendly data-rich profiles capture vital information on the U.S. and state-level economic growth, industry, and jobs using completely reproducible…

AES Chargers

March AES Chargers in Charge Grades Third through Sixth March AES Chargers in Charge Grades Pre-K through Second PreK-Logan Bell, Talen Brooks, Trace Hill and Braxten Miles Kindergarten-Kohen Adams, Jacoryion Baber, Ella Rivers Burton and Kayla Cotton First Grade-Lavonte Cheaton,…

In our community

That’s Life By Ruth Nowlin A few weeks ago the week was “Military Child” week.  I read this on line and want to share with you before I tell you about a special military child, my Piper. “I’m a Military…

Editorial roundup

Prepare for First grandma president For 11 months, billionaire Donald Trump has upended conventional wisdom in his inexorable and unconventional march toward the Republican nomination for president. When the GOP field was so crowded that you couldn’t get all the…

Fiddle Contest to be held at Pine Tree Fest

By Amanda McBride/Choctaw County Chamber of Commerce One of the unique features of the Pine Tree Music Fest is the Billy Joe Box Fiddle Contest. This year will be the third year and we are looking for contestants. The Billy…