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Pigskin Tie Breaker: Winona v. Strayhorn

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WINONATIMES.COM - 2018-08-16 09:29:00

Lady Tigers looking to improve at the plate

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WINONATIMES.COM - 2018-08-16 09:07:00

Town’s water study bids rejected

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WINONATIMES.COM - 2018-08-16 10:03:00

License Tag Tax Snafu Costs Drivers in Greenwood

GREENWOOD, MS (Ben Caxton) — After a Greenwood resident complained about being overcharged for a car tag, an investigation by the Leflore County tax assessor found that the wrong tax rate was being applied for tags in the city of Greenwood. The city should have a slightly lower tax rate than the cou

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Grenada County to pay $1.1 million to settle fraud charge | Mississippi Today

This settlement,announced last weekresolves claims that the former Grenada Lakes Medical Center and one of its providers, Allegiance Health Management Company, submitted claims for therapies that were neither medically reasonable or necessary. Those therapies included activities like watching televi

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Tigers will work on little things with QB White

Those details helped Termarcus Conner find Young, Patrick Patterson, or Vincent Sanders for big gains in the Noxubee County High School football team's 2008 state championship season.

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New house system to encourage positive behavior

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KOSCIUSKO STAR HERALD - 2018-08-16 08:07:00

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.

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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.

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FBI: Sheriff was bribed to shelter drug dealer for 15 years

In this Dec. 16, 2006, photograph provided by the Charleston Sun-Sentinel, Tallahatchie County Sheriff William Brewer is seen in Charleston, Mississippi. Brewer was arrested Friday, Aug. 10, 2018, by the FBI and charged with conspiracy to distribute illegal drugs, extortion and bribery. (The Charles

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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

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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

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CALEB BEDILLION: Shared stories build present-day links

Mississippi is a place of stories and storytellers. From byways and backwoods to back yards and front porches, novelists, blues musicians, songwriters, poets and performers have given voice or sound to the joys, the pains, the toils and the bone-deep-feeling of a complicated place.Some stories make

NE MISSISSIPPI DAILY JOURNAL - 2018-08-16 05:15:00

How Augmented Reality Shaped Cleveland Clinic’s Total Face Transplant

When Cleveland Clinic biomedical engineerKarl West, MS, got the call that a donor had been found for Cleveland Clinic’s first total face transplant, he knew his team had only about 24 hours to perform its mission.

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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.

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Being in shape not a problem for Winona Christian’s Marlow

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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.

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Community college pays $75,000 to settle discrimination suit

MOORHEAD, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi community college will pay a counselor $75,000 to settle a race discrimination lawsuit.

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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."

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Lady Stars split six softball games last week

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