By Roy and Diane Thompson/For the Monroe Journal Almost on a weekly basis, we are made aware of someone who went to file for Medicare and filed for Social Security at the same time – age 65. The filing dates are not the same readers…please read on!! Sure, it sounds logical to kill two birds […]
SMITHVILLE – The Hatley Lady Tigers had the final say over their county rival Smithville on Saturday afternoon at the Lady Nole Tournament. Trailing 5-4, the Lady Tigers rallied for three runs in the sixth inning to come away with the 7-5 victory. “This is a big momentum booster for us as we approach the […]
AMORY – The Amory Panthers scored first against the Saltillo Tigers on Saturday afternoon but saw the visitors put up several runs in the middle innings to hand the Panthers a 9-3 loss. “Two times we had people on base, and we couldn’t get a timely hit,” Amory coach Chad Williams said. “Errors killed us […]
HAMILTON – The Hamilton Lions scored eight runs on Friday night against Caledonia but couldn’t overcome some defensive and pitching woes as they took a 12-8 loss. “Defense has been our problem most of the year,” Hamilton coach Lewis Earnest said. “That and our trouble throwing strikes. You get behind hitters, and you have to […]
For the Monroe Journal NETTLETON – Northern District Public Service Commissioner Brandon Presley has been chosen to lead a national task force to develop best practices and recommendations regarding the expansion of natural gas service to rural and underserved areas of America. National Association of Regulatory Utilities Commission (NARUC) President Robert F. Powelson of Pennsylvania […]
AMORY – Keep Monroe County Beautiful’s annual luncheon commemorated its 22nd year April 13. By Monroe County Board of Supervisors President Billy Kirkpatrick’s comments, that timeframe equates to tons upon tons of litter picked up throughout the county. “We haven’t eradicated litter but we need to reach and teach our young people. We don’t know […]
According to the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, Bobby Joe Pickle, 43, of Amory was arrested on April 20 on one count of failing to register as a sex offender. He is currently being held in the Monroe County Detention Center.
Tavis L. Gathings, 35, of Tupelo is wanted by the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office for connection of criminal activities in the county. Anyone with any information regarding Gathings’ whereabouts is asked to contact the MCSO at 369-2468.
By Rob Williams For the Monroe Journal SMITHVILLE – There was a lot on the line on Thursday night when the Hamilton Lady Lions traveled to Smithville to take on the Lady Noles. “It’s just another game,” Hamilton coach Bryan Loague said. “It’s not going to make or break our season.” That simple “just a […]
SMITHVILLE – The Smithville Seminoles’ bats are finding a groove. Smithville scored double-digit runs for the second straight game, sweeping its rival, Hamilton, with an 11-1 win in Division 4-1A play. “We were hitting the ball a lot better the last game against Hamilton,” said senior third baseman Chris Lockhart, who had three of Smithville’s […]
AMORY – Per the numbers given by Amory School District Business Manager Leslie Maranto at the April 10 school board meeting, the financial condition of the district continues on a slow but steady path of improvement. The cash balance is now more than 100 times what it was at its low point in 2014, despite […]
A couple of months ago, we were informed that Journal Publishing, Inc. would be switching to a new content management system. What I mean by content management system, or CMS, is that, as a company, we all drop our stories and photos in one digital space so the page designers in Tupelo can pull them […]
PRAIRIE – When Carolyn Parson moved back home to Monroe County from Phoenix a few years ago, she brought back an appreciation of the independent film industry. Out west, she became involved with film festivals by way of membership on film submission committees – a commitment that came with scheduling and contacting filmmakers. “I came […]
Monroe County Sheriff Cecil Cantrell said his department is seeking information that could lead to the location of a 2017 model John Deere Gator side by side stolen from the Hamilton Summer League Ball Field. Cantrell said the Gator was purchased on consignment from a business in Columbus a couple of days before it was […]
For the Monroe Journal ABERDEEN –The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office, located on North Meridian Street, will serve as a drop-off point for the National Take Back Initiative April 28 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. Controlled, non-controlled and over-the-counter substances will be collected. The drugs will be handled as drug evidence, and participants may dispose […]
- Riverview Garden Club hosts annual Pilgrimage luncheon April 16, 2017
- Monroe County Sheriff’s Office hosting drug take back program April 19, 2017
- MCSO seeks information regarding stolen John Deere Gator April 19, 2017
- Prairie actress steps into director role of Tupelo Film Festival April 20, 2017
- Please excuse our mess while we remodel April 20, 2017
- Social Security Knowledge Center: Confusion at best April 22, 2017
- Lady Tigers rally late for victory over Lady Noles April 21, 2017
- Panthers can’t overcome early Saltillo lead April 21, 2017
- Errors catch up to Lions against Feds April 21, 2017
- Presley tapped to lead national effort on rural gas expansion April 21, 2017
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