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The Greenville Public School District discussed summer plans during its regular meeting of the board of trustees Tuesday afternoon.
Superintendent Debra Dace informed the trustees Summer Learning-At-Home and Summer Enrichment Plans had been submitted.
The little, red patches of sunburn on my children's faces are indicators of a good time they had this weekend.
Even though the actual first day of summer isn't until June 20, people who live in the South just accept and know Memorial Day is the true first weekend of summer since temperatures are already reaching the 90s.
The Mississippi High School Activities Association announced last week that athletic teams in the state can begin practicing on June 1, and Greenville High School football coach Quintarus McCray said he is excited about the news that allows him and his Hornets to get back to work.
LELAND — Graveside services for Kenny Otho Horton, 82, a long-time resident of Leland, were held Saturday, May 23, at Leland-Stoneville Cemetery, under the direction of Boone Funeral Home, Leland. He died Thursday, May 21, 2020, at his home surrounded by family.
GREENVILLE — Robert Allen Lunn was the middle son born to Gordon Carnell Lunn and Lorene Stafford Lunn. He was born January 28th, 1942 in the small Delta town of Sunflower.
The Greenville Speedway is ready to start racing again just as soon as it gets the green flag from Washington County officials.
It’s tough trying to write a sports column when you are a small town sports editor these days.
For one thing, there are no sports to report.
And, nationally, most of the news is about when sports should return. Some people feel it is safe to start playing games right now. Others say we should be extremely cautious.
LELAND — Graveside services for Earnestine Holmes, 87, of Leland, will be at 11 a.m. Saturday, May 23, at Greenlawn Memorial Gardens, Greenville, with Pastor Gregory Tucker officiating. She died May 14, 2020. Services are under the direction of Bush Funeral Services, Leland
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INDIANOLA — Earl Denver Evans Sr., 89, passed away Monday, May 4, 2020, in Indianola, with his family by his side.
Paul Lacoste Sports has been in Greenville this summer giving people more than the average full-body workout.
Downtown Greenville received significant damage after early Saturday morning’s storms that blew through the area.
Both Mayor Errick Simmons and Gov. Phil Bryant on Saturday declared a state of emergency for the City of Greenville as a result of the storm damages.
After fines were levied against members of Temple Baptist Church for holding a drive-in church service, the Alliance for Defending Freedom filed a civil suit in the Northern District Court of Mississippi on Good Friday, April 10.
The federal government, through the Department of Justice, issued a statement of interest Tuesday.
LELAND — There’s only a week left for folks to hop on over to Leland for a day of live music and family fun at the Frog Fest and Highway 61 Blues Festival.
In lieu of this year’s canceled Mighty Mississippi Music Festival, the 20th annual Highway 61 Blues Festival is returning to its home base of Leland.
ARLINGTON, Texas — Funeral arrangements for Robert L. “DaDa” Buck-Meeks, 19, of Arlington, Texas, and formerly of Greenville, are pending with T.L. Redmon Funeral Home, Cleveland. He died Monday, July 22, 2019, in New Jersey.
“It was the game we were looking for,” said O’Bannon High School boys basketball coach Torrione Carter after his team’s thrilling 61-59 road victory at Greenville High School Saturday night.
Greenville - Memorial services for Jerry Box, age 66, of Greenville will be held at 3:00 p.m., Thursday, April 25, at Boone Funeral Home, Greenville. He died Monday, April 22, in Muscle Shoals, Alabama.
Activists on both sides of the abortion debate are reacting cautiously to a 5-4 Supreme Court vote blocking Louisiana from enforcing new abortion regulations. They agree that the crucial tests of the court's stance are still to come.
Brick by brick, Marcus Cannon has helped Unity Christian Academy build a successful football program.
In its first five years of existence, the Soldiers have only gotten better and better.
And, this upcoming season, Unity Christian Academy may have its best season yet.