CLEVELAND — Delta State University National Alumni Association is preparing for the 34th annual Pig Pickin’ that will be held Sept. 20-21. All of campus, alumni, and supporters of Delta State are invited to attend a weekend full of activities here at Statesmen Park.
COLUMBUS – The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science (MSMS) has accepted 130 new junior students to study in at the prestigious public high school this fall.
Jaylin Lyndell Jones from Coahoma County Jr./Sr. High School is one of those from across the state carefully selected to attend. He is the son of Nellie Jones.
Civil rights pioneer and trailblazer James Meredith will be speaking at Coahoma Community College in The Pinnacle at 10 a.m. Thursday.
As part of CCC’s 70th celebration, Meredith is being welcomed to campus for an in-depth discussion on race, equality and relevancy in an ever-changing socio-economic landscape.
Millsaps College senior D.J. Hawkins has been awarded a Fulbright grant to teach and study in Russia as an English Teaching Assistant.
A biochemistry major from Clarksdale, Hawkins plans to pursue a career as a gastroenterologist. He is the 16th Millsaps student to be awarded a Fulbright grant.
Presbyterian Day School fourth-graders presented their play, "The Easter Miracle", for their parents, friends and student body on Wednesday, April 3.
The Coahoma County School District was paying in the neighborhood of $70,000 to Coahoma Early College High School for transportation, but the amount was higher than it should have been.
No action could be taken due to a lack of quorum at the Clarksdale Collegiate Public Charter School board meeting in late March, but Amanda Johnson provided her monthly executive director’s report.
Shown are the Students of the Month for March at Sherard Elementary School. Standing in the front row, from left, are Karmeisha Lyles, Jeremiah Hurd and Monique Taylor. In the back row are Principal Dr. Kevin Carter, Amyia McKinley, Derriona Moore, Kameria Royster and Kyese Johnson .
Students from St. Elizabeth Catholic School are participating in a “backpack project” to help feed needy children who would otherwise have to go hungry all weekend.
This is the third year of the project and Immaculate Conception and St. Elizabeth Catholic churches partnered to make it happen.
Two 2018 graduates of Palmer High School in Marks have been selected as Mister and Miss Coahoma Community College for the 2019-’20 school year.
Russell Furr and Jessica Haygood were selected as Mister and Miss Coahoma Community College during a ceremony held Thursday night at The Pinnacle on the college campus.