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In this file photo from 2015, IAHS drummers practice outside the school. (Photo by Adam Armour)

IAHS band kicks off marching shoes, takes seat

By ADAM ARMOUR News Coordinator Members of Itawamba Agricultural High School’s Pride of Itawamba Band have kicked off their marching shoes and are getting seated for a busy concert season. The band recently played the final note of their competitive marching season with their performance at the Crossroads Marching Classic in Corinth on Oct. 15. […]

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Six Itawamba residents contribute to ICC’s nation-leading 60 NJCAA Academic Awards

By SCOTTY NICHOLS and ADAM GORE Sports Editor/LetsGoICC.com FULTON, MS – A nation-leading 60 Itawamba Community College student-athletes were honored when the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced the recipients of the 2015-16 NJCAA Student-Athlete Academic Awards. The NJCAA distinguishes each student-athlete that earns at least a 3.60 grade point average (GPA) with a […]

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Celebrating Itawamba’s seniors


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11-year-old killed in ATV accident

Itawamba County deputies are investigating an all-terrain vehicle accident that claimed the life of an 11-year-old boy in the Peaceful Valley community. Itawamba County Sheriff Chris Dickinson says the boy was on a four-wheeler on Van Buren Road around 4 p.m. Tuesday when a car hit the ATV. Itawamba County Coroner Shelia Summerford has identified […]

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ICC soccer opens 2014 with shutout victories over Gulf Coast

By ADAM GORE LetsGoICC.com FULTON, MS – With temperatures flirting with triple digits, the ICC soccer teams found a way to battle the elements and come away with a pair of shutout victories over Mississippi Gulf Coast Community College on Friday. “Credit not only our players, but also Gulf Coast’s players for playing in these […]

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Moore reflects on time at Mantachie, new position

MANTACHIE – As Lynn Moore stood atop the Mantachie football press box a couple weeks ago, he peered across the new stadium he was instrumental in renovating just two years prior. All the memories he had made and goals he, his coaching staff and players had accomplished came flooding back to him at once. He […]

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Former Indians Shumpert, Miller compete for playing time in the SEC

FULTON – When playing for Itawamba AHS, former Indians Maikhail Miller and Ashton Shumpert drew coaches and fans from all over the area as two of North Mississippi’s top  college prospects of the 2011 and 2013 recruiting classes. Interestingly, the 2013 season will see the former teammates turn rivals as Miller will suit up in […]

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Itawamba Lady Indians turn up the heat after halftime

By DAVID WHEELER NEMS Daily Journal FULTON – Chalk up a win for the Itawamba AHS Lady Indians. Using a strong second-half defensive effort, the Lady Indians notched a 43-22 victory Thursday over a Division 1-4A foe, the Tishomingo County Lady Braves. But was that good enough? Itawamba coach Amanda Morrow doesn’t think so. “We’ve […]

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Supervisors to watch county spending

It’s nothing new, but the Itawamba County Board of Supervisors is having some money troubles. Namely, they’ve run out. During the board of supervisors’ regular meeting this week, county administrator Gary Franks, who oversees the county’s budgeting, warned the board that if its current level of spending continues, they would be overdrawn by the time […]

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