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Sardis board not happy with Lake Inn - The Panolian
Owner Racksh Patel of Gulf Travel Lodge, 608 East Lee Street, Sardis, was in attendance and told he has until Dec. 2 to pull demolition permits for the rooms on the back of the hotel.
Santa and Mrs. C making everyday like Christmas - The Panolian
Batesville’s own Santa Claus, retired teacher Dr. Gary Crowell, has opened Santa’s Auction House with the theme “Where everyday is like Christmas.”
Scouts make donation to Food Pantry - The Panolian
Batesville Cub Scout Pack 78 and Boy Scout Troop 478 collected 2,216 pounds of food and $1,211 in cash donations for the Panola County Food Pantry last weekend in their annual Scouting for Food event.
Full slate of business for Sardis board - The Panolian
The board added $25,857,97 to the claims docket for the MML insurance plan premium for liability. They saved $517.16 paying it all in advance and the money is in the budget. However, the total of the claims docket was not announced in the board meeting.
Pope residents prepare Little Park for holidays - The Panolian
Several women spent two weekends cutting back overgrown trees and bushes, and others pitched in to haul away limbs and debris. Imogene Williford donated a new flag for the flagpole, and Ricky Brown put it up and repaired the light fixture that lights the flag.
NMHS lone bidder for Gilmore Memorial; sale expected to be finalized by end of year
“North Mississippi Health Services’ existing bid will proceed as the only bid for consideration by the court, which is currently scheduled to hear the sale order on November 27. Assuming approval of the sale order by the court on November 27th, the debtors, creditors, North Mississippi Health Servic
Police investigating after man murdered at Mid-South apartment complex
CLARKSDALE, Miss.- Police are investigating a murder at an apartment complex in Mississippi.According to Clarksdale police, the murder happened Tuesday around 7 p.m. at the Eastgate Gardens Apartments on Espy Drive.Investigators said the victim is a man, but they aren’t identifying him until family
Ex-Mississippi officer indicted on fondling charge
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Arrest made in shooting which left 2 dead, multiple injured
SCSO has arrested Jadarrius Mobley,18, in connection with a fatal shooting that occurred Saturday night on Sunridge Drive in Northeast Shelby County. Mobley (pictured) is accused of working in concert with Marquese Taylor,22, in an attempt to rob four people during a dice game.pic.twitter.com/sOSoiq
Election ran smoothly in most areas - The Panolian
Tuesday’s General Election ran smoothly in Panola County, for the most part, but trouble at the Pleasant Grove precinct resulted in more than 20 citizens not being allowed to vote. Some of the voters were finally able to cast their ballots after 9 a.m.
Ajinomoto Foods to expand in Oakland, Mississippi
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) -A frozen food manufacturer is expanding its operations in Mississippi, investing $22 million and creating 76 jobs over four years.
Oxford Kroger to Double in Size With Proposed Expansion - HottyToddy.com
However, in 2017, Kroger announced it would not be turning the Oxford location into a Marketplace Store but would simply be expanding the current location. At the time, Kroger released very few details on what that expansion would look like.
Oxford Hires New Fire Chief
OXFORD, Miss (WJTV) - Oxford hires along-time firefighter as its new fire chief. The city chose a 21-year veteran of the fire department to take over for Mark Heath. Joey Gardner, an Oxford native, was named interim fire chief when heath stepped down.
Diseased deer found in Mississippi
MONTGOMERY — The Alabama Division of Wildlife and Freshwater Fisheries is warning deer hunters that a deer from Pontotoc County, Mississippi, has tested positive for Chronic Wasting Disease (CWD).
Boy pushed to ground, dog stolen while walking in Shelby County neighborhood
A 12-year-old was walking down the street when an unknown man got out of his car, pushed the boy onto the ground, snatched the leash out of his hand, and stole his white American Bulldog.
Family: Mississippi man killed by police while walking with his son, mother speaks out
CLARKSDALE, Miss. - Gracie Triblett, the grieving mother of a man shot and killed by Clarksdale police, is speaking out. Before the deadly shooting, officers got a call about a prowler in the area. Patrick Bryant was shot and killed Saturday night by responding officers. FOX13 also found out that th
Former Mississippi police officer indicted on charge of fondling child
SENATOBIA, Miss. - Arthur Avant's reputation is going from bad to worse. Tate County law enforcement sources say he turned himself in Friday night after he was indicted on one count of fondling a child. The former Senatobia police officer was fired last year amid allegations of inappropriate contact
Hyde-Smith Blasted After "Public Hanging" Comment Goes Viral - HottyToddy.com
Hyde-Smith, a Republican, looked into the crowd of supporters Nov. 2 as cattle rancher Colin Hutchinson draped his arm around her in support.
11 shot, 5 dead in less than 24 hours
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) - Authorities are investigating a number of shootings that happened in less than 24 hours. A total of 11 people were shot, and five people have died. Memphis Mayor Jim Strickland released the following statement on the violent weekend. "This violence shows exactly why we need to
Man Charged with DUI in Connection With Death of Lafayette Man - HottyToddy.com
According to the Oxford Police Department, at 6:27 p.m. Wednesday, officers were called to Ricky D. Britt Boulevard where they found Andrew Lee Brown, 47, unresponsive.