Archive - May 2011
Kay Weaver was very proud that the rumor around the Sheriffâ€™s office was that Mrs. Weaver was a former FBI agent.
Woodrow Cox, 92, passed away on May 5, 2011 inÂ Kosciusko.Â Â He drove for Gulf Transport Bus line until 1964 and then owned and operated the Sessums Grocery until he retired.Â Â He was a member ofÂ Artesia
Charlie Fox, Jr., 83, passed away on April 28, 2011 in Starkville.
Visitation is scheduled for Friday, May 6 from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. at West Memorial Funeral Home.
By JOEL COLEMAN
EUPORA â€“ Hamilton pitcher Chase Reeves is tough enough to beat when his offense gives him minimal support.
From Staff Reports
MANTACHIE â€“ The Mantachie Mustangs scored four runs in the first inning to spark themselves to a 6-2 win over East Webster Friday night in the Class 2A baseball playoffs.
In a crucial finishing month to the 2011 season, Mississippi State is no longer relying on young players and newcomers to get them through a Southeastern Conference slate.
EUPORA â€“ If you listened close enough Thursday night, you probably could have heard the exhale from the East Webster fanbase.
By ERIC TUCKER and JAY REEVES
By COLLEEN MCCARTHY
Northeastern Mississippi is already ringing with the drumming sounds of the periodical cicada Brood XIX, emerging for the first time in 13 years.