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CHICKASAW COUNTY – Of the hundreds of markers and sites on the Natchez Trace, the National Park Service Director picked Bynum Mounds. Jon Jarvis toured the Trace last week flying into Tupelo where he visited the Natchez Trace Parkway headquarters and then motored on to Mississippi State University to speak with students about how [...]
by Jeff Amy The Associated Press JACKSON — Bills moving forward in the Senate would merge the Clay County and West Point school districts and give agricultural high schools in Coahoma and Hinds counties to the county school boards.Senate Education Chairman Gray Tollison, an Oxford Republican, says Clay County, the smallest district in the state, [...]
HOUSTON – Signs have popped up along local streets, highways and even very rural roads sporting a big gray “90” surrounded by a rounded black box. And the goal is for neighbors, family and those who are just curious to stop for a moment and ask what they are all about. “This year there are [...]
HOULKA – The Houlka gymnasium was filled to capacity Jan. 18 as faculty, staff and students of Houlka High School, along with family members and friends, said goodbye to Coach Jimbo Byars. Byars, 47, died Jan. 15 after a brief battle with cancer, leaving his wife, children and many family members as survivors, but those [...]
By MaKayla Pullen Chickasaw Journal Last Thursday, multiple schools in Mississippi celebrated an unanticipated snow day. Local schools including Vardaman, Calhoun City and Houston all got the privilege of staying at home on what was almost a five-day weekend with Martin Luther King Jr. day on Monday. All over the county, children woke up [...]
Deer season ended last week for the Ingrams. My youngest son James and I spend the last daylight hours of Jan. 17, 2013, looking for Mr. Buck on the 88-acres of beautiful Mississippi hardwood that we have hunted for the past two years. It had snowed that morning, but had warmed up tremendously by the [...]
HOUSTON — The Sappers wants to say thank you to Houston The 288th Engineer Company of the 223rd Battalion of the Mississippi National Guard has invited the community to a welcome home ceremony set for 2 p.m. Sunday at Houston High School. “This will be our first weekend drill since we returned from deployment,” said [...]
Customers come from near and far to sit in the chair at Warnick’s Barber Shop for a haircut and to catch up on what’s happening in the world and in Chickasaw County. Gerald Gray has been trimming hair since 1960 and been cutting hair in Houston for the past 3-1/2 years at the shop across [...]
HOUSTON — When gas went to $4 a gallon, Roger Williams stopped buying it. Williams pedaled through Chickasaw County last week via the Natchez Trace and stopped in Houston to pick up supplies and spend the night. “When gasoline went to $4 the first time years ago, I just couldn’t believe it,” said Williams. “I [...]
HOULKA – Trustees on the Chickasaw County School Board have not changed but their positions around the table have. Ruby Hollin was named the Chickasaw County School Board President for 2013. Michelle Collums is the vice-chairman and Jamie Earp was appointed secretary. Hollin replaced 2012 president Kenneth Linton. “I think we had a pretty good [...]
TUPELO – Boys & Girls Clubs of North Mississippi recently named Zach Wadley their 2013 Youth of The Year. Youth of the Year winners from five local Clubs administered by BGCNMS competed before a panel of judges for the distinct honor of being named the organization’s YOY. Representing Clubs were 15 year-old Wadley of the [...]
HOUSTON – William E. “Billy” Bowles built a lot of bridges between different factions in the Mississippi Legislature. And with that in mind local government officials are seeking to have the Highway 15 overpass bridge at Highway 8 named in memory and honor of Bowles. Houston Aldermen passed a resolution last week asking the Mississippi [...]
HOULKA/HOUSTON – Although the calendar still says it’s winter, spring sports are just around the corner and organizers of youth sports in Houston and Houlka are already preparing for baseball and softball season. Houlka and Houston are both opening registration periods for their respective programs with Houston’s open now and Houlka’s set to open the [...]
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