Special to the Chickasaw Journal FALKNER – Vardaman quarterback Trae Owen did everything but sell popcorn in the Rams’ Division 1-1A matchup against Falkner on Friday night. The senior led seven scoring drives, accounted for four touchdowns and kicked eight extra points in the Rams 62-26 runaway win over the Eagles. “I thought he had […]
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By Ethan Turner Special to the Chickasaw Journal HOUSTON – After coming off a win over Corinth on Monday, Oct. 3, the Houston Lady Hilltoppers hosted talented Neshoba Central for their final home regular season game of the season. Although Houston grabbed an early lead, the Neshoba Central Rockets exploded with a bevy of hits […]
By Hank Wiesner Special to the Chickasaw Journal OKOLONA — Okolona’s mayor and City Council met recently continued their efforts to clean up blighted property in the city. Aldermen approved a bid to clean up properties and agreeed to seek bids to remove debris and structures from other properties. The city continues to struggle with […]
LARGE SCHOOLS 1. Tupelo (7-0) 6A: Beat Southaven 38-7; Friday: host South Panola 2. West Point (6-1) 5A: Beat Center Hill 56-6; Friday: at Lake Cormorant 3. Starkville (5-2) 6A: Beat Greenville 70-0; Friday: at Madison Central 4. Amory (5-2) 4A: Beat Pontotoc 26-18; Friday: hosts Shannon (TIE) 5. Houston (6-1) 4A: Beat Kosciusko; Friday: […]
Special to the Chickasaw Journal JACKSON -The opening of deer archery season was Oct. 1 for the Hill and Delta Zones and will be Oct. 15 for the Southeast Zone. Longbows, recurves, compound bows, and crossbows are all considered legal archery equipment and can be used during all hunting seasons for deer. There is no […]
By Floyd Ingram Chickasaw Journal HOUSTON – More hours of planning and prayer go into a Habitat for Humanity home than the labor to actually build it. Houston Habitat for Humanity has started work on its fourth home and is seeking churches, civic groups and individual volunteers to help turn their next house into a […]
cj-1005-birth-loper HOULKA – Braden Blane Loper was born Aug. 30, 2016 at 11:26 a.m. to Steven and Prysilla Loper. Braden tipped the scales at 7-pounds and was 20-inches long. He was born at Gilmore Memorial Hospital in Amory. He is the maternal grandchild of Sam and Kristy Skelton of Houston. His paternal grandparents are Shane […]
The federal tax code is over 74,000 pages; too large to understand, administer, full of loop holes, encourages bad practices and debt. We want jobs, but have a regressive 15.3% tax on jobs shared 50/50 by the employee and the employer. All taxes, fees, etc. to businesses are costs that increase prices and are passed […]
By Floyd Ingram Chickasaw Journal VARDAMAN – Dry weather has hurt most crops across Northeast Mississippi, but sweet potato farmers are hoping for a few more dry days so they can get the harvest out of the ground. Sweet potato producers are reporting mixed results this year. Jan Cook, of Cook Farms on the Chickasaw/Calhoun […]
By Floyd Ingram Chickasaw Journal HOUSTON – A simple traffic stop, an alert officer who spotted stolen items and a search warrant have resulted in the arrest of two people on drug charges. The North Mississippi Narcotics Unit stopped a vehicle on Pittsboro Street near the intersection of Pontotoc Street Tuesday night, Sept. 27. A […]
AREA SCORES Thursday’s Games Fayette Academy, Tenn. 40, TCPS 26 Lafayette 56, Rosa Fort 8 Friday’s Games Aberdeen 48, Hatley 7 Amory 26, Pontotoc 18 Baldwyn 78, H.W. Byers 0 Benton County 54, Alcorn Central 6 Biggersville 34, Coffeeville 22 Booneville 52, New Site 15 Bruce 22, Eupora 20 Calhoun Academy 24, Delta Streets 6 […]
The November eighth Presidential vote is coming soon. The votes will be cast and either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump will be our next President. In January Barack Obama will move out of The White House and either Trump or Clinton will move into The White House. We will have a new President and regardless […]
FEATURED GAMES All kickoffs at 7 p.m. Kosciusko (1-5) at Houston (6-1) Kosciusko: QB Clark Dean has passed for 392 yards and 1 TD. … RB Kadarius Banks has rushed for 486 yards. … RB Stephon Harmon has rushed for 250 yards and 3 TDs. … Clint Williams leads the team in tackles with 55. […]
Special to the Chickasaw Journal Women can live in fear of breast cancer or they can get informed and take measures to stop breast cancer before it starts or at least catch it in the early stages when it can be most effectively treated. Women should talk with their doctor about how to spot breast […]
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