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Nobody can accuse the Coahoma Early College High School football team of playing a soft schedule.
The Tigers open the season Friday night by hosting Simmons, who has won the past three state championships in Class 1A and currently boast a 39-game winning streak.
As promised, every Lee Academy player played during the 2018 District 1-AAA Football Jamboree last Friday at North Delta School. The Colts lost a competitive 6-0 contest to District 1-AAA Bayou Academy then fought to a 0-0 deadlock against District I-AAAA foe Magnolia Heights in the second game.
Call me hardcore, but these old muscles appreciate the differences between my shovel and spade.
I just special-ordered a new hand-made wooden handle for my great-grandmother’s heirloom garden spade. No amount of duct tape was keeping the much-used, cracked one together.
Lula Hoskins, second from left, passes out gifts for students at the Healthy Youth Medical Youth Medical Clinic last week. Items given out included school supplies, t-shirts and personal items. Hoskins is owner/operator of the clinic. Hoskins is the clinic director.
The Early Wright Blues Heritage Award at the Sunflower River Blues and Gospel Festival rarely goes to a musician.
This year, James “Super Chikan” Johnson not only won the award, but he was surprised with the honor at the main stage in Clarksdale on Saturday night.