Dear Editor, Fifty five men congregated at the Pennsylvania State House, arriving over a period of fourteen weeks. Of the delegates to this Constitutional Converntion, 39 had been in Congress, eight were present or past governors, eight had signed the Declaration of Independence, and almost half were Revolutionary War veterans. From 10 a.m. […]
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TONIGHT’S FEATURED GAMES Aberdeen (3-1) at Itawamba AHS (3-0) THE PLAYERS Aberdeen: QB Tramonte Prather is 58 for 96 for 868 yards, 8 TDs, 5 INTs. … Memphis commit Jerrick Orr has caught 25 passes for 443 yards and 3 TDs. … LB Tay Carothers has 11 tackles for loss. Itawamba AHS: QB Vijay Miller […]
Ethan Turner, Special to the Chicksaw Journal CALEDONIA – Defense and physicality was the name of the game as Okolona traveled to Caledonia and suffered two late game rushing touchdowns to fall to the Confederates, 17-6. The Okolona defense came to play and from the opening kickoff, the Chieftains defense played with […]
By Floyd Ingram Chickasaw Journal HOUSTON – It’s the premier fall festival in Houston with good food, good crafts and good entertainment drawing a crowd to the Flywheel Festival each year. Event organizers saw record crowds of more than 4,000 people pack Joe Brigance Park for two days of food, fun […]
By Floyd Ingram Chickasaw Journal HOUSTON – A perfect 3-0 Hilltopper football team ran into a perfect 3-0 East Webster squad Friday night and came out on the short end of the stick. Houston climbed on top early and carried a 13-7 lead into the halftime locker room, but the scrappy squad […]
By Floyd Ingram Chickasaw Journal HOUSTON – Attorney’s have begun taking depositions from both sides involved in a lawsuit between the Houston school district and the contractor and architect responsible for re-roofing the Houston School of Science and Technology. Former school board trustees, contractors and those involved in the 2010 decision to […]
Last week’s Chickasaw Journal featured a photo of two women from a local dentist office holding four silly piggy banks and seeking donations for the Tanglefoot Trail. Today we have a story about the Houston Civitan Club conducting a contest to name the theme for the Houston Christmas Parade – an event they […]
By EthanTurner Special to the Chickasaw Journal HOUSTON – As a result of early offense and timely hitting, the East Webster Wolverines topped the Houston Hilltoppers 10-4 in softball Saturday afternoon in Houston as a part of the Houston Classic. After the loss, Hilltopper head coach Derick Kirby said that his team […]
People who choose to live in town give up some choices when they move inside the city limits. Laws and ordinances let us know what the rules are and are designed to protect the quality of life for the thousands of people – young and old, rich and poor, black and white — who […]
Special to the Chickasaw Journal Several area residents were among those who earned Associate of Arts or Associate of Applied Science degrees or certificates at the conclusion of the 2015 summer semester at Itawamba Community College. They include Aberdeen – RyKieta S. Bell, A.A.; Alexus J. Calvert, A.A.; Jalisa S. Walker, […]
I’ve found as I get older that I am not wowed by great events and grand dreams that draw me so intensely. I’ve discovered it is the little things and smaller moments that catch my eye, intrigue me and make me think. Yes, I still have a couple of big ideas that I […]
By Floyd Ingram Chickasaw Journal OKOLONA – Congressman Trent Kelly has been on the job in Washington for about three months, but was in Chickasaw County this week as part of a 22-county effort to visit communities in his district. Kelly was elected in a special election this spring to fill the post […]
By Floyd Ingram Chickasaw Journal HOUSTON – Firefighters and police always respond to a call for help, but they never know what they’ve got until they get there. CPS (Crop Production Services) in Houston held a barbecue lunch last week and invited local first responders to come break bread, tour the […]
By Emma Crawford Daily Journal JACKSON – Several Northeast Mississippi superintendents were chosen to be part of the state department of education’s second-annual Superintendents’ Academy. Nettleton Schools superintendent Michael Cates, Houston Schools superintendent Tony Cook, West Point superintendent Burnell McDonald and Monroe County superintendent Scott Cantrell joined colleagues from 17 other […]
- Teachers to be allowed to paddle September 28, 2015
- DUKE DENTON: Hospitals owe patients a list of procedure costs September 27, 2015
- Vardaman wins homecoming, 48-7 October 1, 2015
- EDITORIAL: Let’s get on the Trail October 1, 2015
- Flywheel Festival was fall fun October 1, 2015
- WEDDING: Adams / Gregory October 4, 2015
- WEDDING: Byrne / Blissard October 4, 2015
- AREA ROUNDUP: Adams scores three touchdowns in limited action October 3, 2015
- Tanglefoot Trail signs destroyed in Pontotoc County October 3, 2015
- DANIEL GARDNER: Politicians parsing words October 3, 2015
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