When I think of the 2019 football season in Coahoma County for both high school and junior college, the word transition first comes to mind.
All five teams in some way have not completely fulfilled their potential, but are also on the right path to building more successful programs.
Thanks to a grant from the Walton Family Foundation, Aaron E. Henry Community Health Center is creating a minimum 25-seat health-related after school program that would be centered primarily around physical health and wellness.
Clarksdale Collegiate Public Charter School hired the consulting firm Level Field Partners to help finance projects to for new facilities and to eventually purchase the property from St. Paul’s United Methodist Church on West Second Street.
JONESTOWN — George Taylor, a 2018 Coahoma Early College High School graduate, had concerns about social issues in his hometown Jonestown and put together a community forum at the Sister Kay Building on Wednesday, Nov. 27.
Clarksdale High School went into its Region 3-4A opener and homecoming matchup on a three-game losing streak as Yazoo City came to town Friday night.
The Wildcats (4-3, 1-0) were up to the challenge, got back on the winning track and ran away with a 40-16 victory.
Lee Academy is in the driver’s seat for Region 1-4A after winning the district opener at Kirk Academy 21-3 Friday night.
The Colts (4-2, 1-0) are now on a four-game winning streak, but they could not pull away until the second half at Kirk.