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Woman sues drug store over alleged assault and robbery in parking lot

On or about Nov. 17, 2015, DiFatta said she went to Walgreens. She said that, after parking in the parking lot, she proceeded to walk to the entrance. Before she got to entrance, an unknown assailant assaulted her, took her purse and other belongings and threatened her with further harm.

THE CLARION LEDGER - 2018-08-15 12:00:00

Grisham contributes to Falcon wins in successful return

Ashley Forester, Carson Grisham, Gara Beth Self and Alex Wilhite hit two homers apiece while Katie B. Hall hit one. Wilhite belted a grand slam against Thrasher.

NE MISSISSIPPI DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-08-15 05:00:00

Mississippi: 8 more West Nile virus cases: 21 so far in 2018

Two new cases are in Hinds County, with the others in Adams, Calhoun, Forrest, Jones, Madison and Washington counties.

COMMERCIAL DISPATCH - 2018-08-15 10:38:25

Lessons of war are lessons for life

On the morning of March 9, 1971, in low-lands of Vietnam, Robinson and his Army brothers of the 101st Airborne Unit were out on patrol when they encountered a Viet Cong boobie-trap that resulted in numerous casualties and multiple severe injuries. Robinson, who sustained a severe spinal injury himse

SCOTT COUNTY TIMES - 2018-08-15 10:58:00

Man charged with launching objects at Mississippi drivers

GREENWOOD, Miss. (AP) — Officials are adding charges against a Mississippi Delta man they say was launching objects at people along a highway.The Greenwood Commonwealth reports that 18-year-old Jumearo Williams is now charged with aggravated assault in addition to earlier malicious mischief charges.

LAREDO MORNING TIMES - 2018-08-14 19:19:57

Signs of Danger for GOP in Polls of Mississippi's U.S. Senate Racea

Republican U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith answers questions from reporters at the Neshoba County Fair in Philadelphia, Miss., on Aug. 2, 2018. She became the first woman from Mississippi to serve in the U.S. Senate after Gov. Phil Bryant appointed her in April after former Sen. Thad Cochran retired due

JACKSON FREE PRESS - 2018-08-15 19:14:00

TAG2HI? Error means it really is in 1 Mississippi city

GREENWOOD, Miss. (AP) - Mississippi drivers like to complain about the high price of license plates. Now, some 10,000 people in one city have been overcharged.Leflore County Tax Assessor Leroy Ware says the wrong tax rate was applied for vehicle tags inside the city of Greenwood.The Greenwood Common

WASHINGTON TIMES - 2018-08-14 00:00:00

MSU NOTEBOOK: Murphy will start out on defense

STARKVILLE – Mississippi State signed the state’s reigning Class 5A Mr. Football Marcus Murphy as an athlete.After graduating high school early, the former West Point standout spent the spring in the Bulldogs’ secondary and that is where he will begin his college career. Murphy is working at nickelb


New Charges Against Highway 49 Attack Suspect

GREENWOOD, MS (Ben Caxton) — The man suspected of a string of recent attacks on vehicles traveling along Highway 49 has been hit with new charges. 18-year-old Jumearo Williams of Tchula was arrested last week in Leflore County and charged with felony malicious mischief charges Authorities say Willia


A Canton teen was injured in a shooting

It happened on Sunset Avenue, off King Ranch Road near Canton, according to Madison County public information officer Heath Hall.


Voice of the people: Darlene Cox

The reasons why I'm writing is because I'm so upset about our president. I've been "president" of many clubs here in West Point. The other day the president called a woman a "low-life." Some things you're just not supposed do as a president. This is lower than I would expect from not just the White


Tax preparer pleads guilty to filing false tax refund claims

Chism operated Mo' Money, Money Co USA, and Lady T Taxes. According to court documents, the former Durant resident falsified claims in order to increase client tax refunds.


MDOC officer arrested after contraband found

A four-year Mississippi Department of Corrections officer is on unpaid suspension after she was caught with a cellphone, marijuana, and spice upon reporting to work at Central Mississippi Correctional Facility in Rankin County.


Slowpitch softball begins final season in county

Other areas teams joining in on the action include Mantachie, Walnut, Wheeler, Blue Mountain, Shannon, Thrasher and Falkner.


Corrections officer arrested for allegedly smuggling contraband

The Department says Kimberly Diana Scott, 35, of Pickens, is on unpaid suspension. Officers discovered Spice, marijuana and cellphones on Scott’s person, during a regular search.


Lady Tigers split pair in softball jamboree

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National Coach of Year is KHS football legend Ricky Black

Legendary Kosciusko High School football coach Ricky Black will be the guest of honor at a Jackson Preparatory School reception that will be held on Sunday, Aug. 12, at the Jackson school’s Centre for Arts and Leadership.


Passing attack clicks for Falcons against Trojans

"If you saw Jaelan play from last year and then you saw him play now, you wouldn't think he is the same guy," Columbus senior wide receiver Javorius Vance said. "I am proud of the quarterback he has become. He has worked so hard to get better. We need him to keep getting better."


Winona Tigers jamboree set for Saturday

The Winona football team will hit the playing field as a 3A school for the first time at 4 p.m. Saturday when the Tigers take on Senatobia, a 4A school, in a jamboree at Oxford High School. The varsity and junior varsity teams will both play a half game.


Aldermen to fill vacated board seat

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