MHSAA FOOTBALL PLAYOFFS Semifinal Round Friday Class 6A North Clinton 38, Madison Central 34 Class 6A South Pearl 24, Petal 3 Class 5A North West Point 40, Lake Cormorant 7 Class 5A South Laurel 45, Picayune 27 Class 4A North Lafayette 21, Pontotoc 14 Class 4A South Poplarville 42, Florence 14 Class 3A North Charleston […]
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America’s next crisis most likely started around the Halloween holiday. Many Americans buy more candy than they give away to the children trick or treating. Since we want to be thrifty and most of us like candy we keep it. We hold on to the candy to demonstrate that we are good stewards of money. […]
By Hank Wiesner Special to the Chickasaw Journal HOULKA – Aldermen approved the donation of sick pay to other employees and financing to purchase equipment for the sewer department at their November board meeting at City Hall. The city voted to allows two employees to donate sick days to a town worker recovering from an […]
By Floyd Ingram Chickasaw Journal HOUSTON – Deep pockets solve lots of problems and Houston High School’s newly formed PTO has a fundraiser aimed at raising dollars and showing a little Topper Pride. Local businesses and the school are selling car tags sporting either the Houston Topper Pride or Topper Nation logos in maroon and […]
STARKVILLE – Maroon used a two-run third inning to take Game Three of Mississippi State’s Maroon/White World Series, winning 3-1-0 against Digi Camo and Gray at Dudy Noble Field on Saturday. With the victory, Maroon claimed the three-team series by a total score of 8-4-2. Sophomore Hunter Stovall’s 3-for-5 day played a big role in […]
By Floyd Ingram Chickasaw Journal HOUSTON – Aldermen voted 5-0 last week to fill the top post at City Hall and picked Lisa L. Sanford as Houston’s next city clerk. Sanford was one of two finalist for the city’s chief administrator job and is expected to fill the post in early December. “She has an […]
Most of us will sit down to a bountiful Thanksgiving dinner tomorrow. Most of us do have so much to be thankful for. The holiday comes at the end of the harvest season. Spring and summer have been good and now is a time to reflect on that bounty as we face the cold gray […]
Five people in Chickasaw County have been arrested for possession of drugs after a week and a half of traffic stops and search warrants. Agents with North Mississippi Narcotics Unit worked closely with Deputies of the Chickasaw County Sheriff’s Department on these cases. During the recent searches and traffic stops drugs such as meth, crack […]
Just two short weeks ago, many Americans took a moment out of their busy lives to pause in remembrance of our nation’s veterans. Some went to local cemeteries, while others attended a variety of local observances across Chickasaw County where they honored and remembered those who bravely fought, and those currently fighting for our freedoms […]
East Webster stopped by Baldwyn. Special to the Chickasaw Journal CALHOUN CITY – Calhoun City built a 22-0 halftime lead and cruised to a 34-6 victory against West Bolivar in the MHSAA Class 2A state quarterfinals Friday. The Wildcats (13-1) will play Baldwyn next Friday in the semifinals with a berth in the state championship […]
By Floyd Ingram Chickasaw Journal HOUSTON – They are classic cross county rivals of the friendly sort, but they play hard on the hardwood. The Houlka boys downed Houston last week 64-52, but the Houston girls topped the Lady Wildcats, 68-34. The boys’ game saw the Wildcats grab an early lead with accurate shots and […]
HOUSTON – Despite rain last week and a forecast for rain Wednesday a burn ban remains in effect for most of Mississippi, including Chickasaw County. “Most people don’t realize how much of a rainfall deficit we have,” said Brighton Forester, Mississippi Forestry Commission public relations director. “While there is some more rain in the forecast […]
Dear Editor, I read the recent article dealing with “Houston Addresses Juvenile Crime” and thought I would present some suggestions or comments with respect to the article that was in the Houston Times. I have practiced in three separate youth courts in my career including Lee, Pontotoc, and Chickasaw County. I prosecute twice a month […]
By John L. Pitts Daily Journal CORINTH – Robert Woodard, the state’s top-rated 2018 basketball prospect, is excited about the lineup for this year’s Lighthouse Thanksgiving Classic. But he’s also keenly aware that it’s about more than just the games. “The Lighthouse Foundation is very dear to my heart,” Woodard, a junior forward from Columbus, […]
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