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The Ethel Tigers were fresh off a thrilling first round sweep of French Camp when they traveled to Stringer on Saturday for game one of the best-of-three series. Comment?
Although the Ethel Tigers were able to advance into the second round of the playoffs by winning two straight against the French Camp Panthers, it was anything but easy. Comment?
... ruck him out, but his last pitch was more from his heart than his arm," concluded Schuster. The Tigers will host French Camp Friday night at 7 p.m. The Tigers will then travel to French Camp on Saturday for a noon contest in the best-of-three series. Comment?
A federal judge has ordered Choctaw County to consolidate all seventh through 12th graders at Ackerman High School while leaving grades K through 8 at schools in Ackerman, Weir and French Camp. Comment?
ACKERMAN - A federal judge has ordered Choctaw County to consolidate all seventh through 12th graders at Ackerman High School while leaving grades K through 8 at schools in Ackerman, Weir and French Camp. Comment?
... through 12th graders at Ackerman High School while leaving grades K through 8 at schools in Ackerman, Weir and French Camp. WCBI-TV in Columbus reports ( http://bit.ly/150L4FU) that the order was issued Wednesday by U.S. District Judge Glenn ... 1 comment
... St. April 10-13 * Event: Midsouth Star Gaze and Astronomy Conference, Rainwater Observatory and Planetarium, French Camp. This event attracts serious amateur and professional astronomers from all over the U.S. $45 registration fee. Registration ... Comment?
... and Oktibbeha County school systems in 2015, on a 43-9 vote. The bill goes to the governor. Sen. Gary Jackson, R-French Camp, opposed the bill, asking for a study committee before the Legislature acted. Black Democrats rebuked Jackson for voting to ... Comment?
The Ethel Tigers raised their record to 5-2 over the last week with victories two wins each over Weir and French Camp and a loss to Starkville. Comment?
It was the opening day of the National Religious Broadcasters Convention and Exposition, and Glen Barlow was already pondering a tough topic on Saturday: How to entice younger listeners to gospel radio? "We have got to come up with something or close down," said Barlow, who is the sales manager of a Christian radio station in French Camp, Miss., ... (more) Comment?
The Weir Lady Lions won the Region 5-1A Tournament on February 15 by defeating the Ethel Lady Tigers 55-16, the West Lowndes Lady Panthers 53-32 and the French Camp Lady Panthers 62-52. In the first game against the Ethel Lady Tigers the Panthers quickly took control of the ball game and led 16-0 after one quarter of play. Comment?
... new starters we still have a lot to learn--to play as hard and as well as we did was great!" The Tigers played French Camp Tuesday night and will travel to Winona on Thursday and Saturday to play Weir and French Camp and will be at home on Friday ... Comment?
The Ethel Tigers began play in the region tournament knowing that they needed to win their first game against Nanih Waiya to advance into the playoffs, and they did, knocking off the Warriors last Monday night 88-77. The Tigers then played the French Camp Panthers last Tuesday night and lost the contest 69-35, before defeating Noxapater on Friday ... (more) Comment?
... "I don't think it will be the fox guarding the henhouse necessarily," said Sen. Gary Jackson, a republican from French Camp. Jackson authored the bill and says it may not be a perfect solution to an existing problem but something has to be done. A ... Comment?
... under the state Real Estate Commission. "We have to do something," said the bill's author, Sen. Gary Jackson, R-French Camp, chairman of Senate Business and Financial Institutions. "It may not be the best solution, and I can see the fox-henhouse ... Comment?
... we not led to believe we'd also have the opportunity to vote on elected school boards?" Sen. Gary Jackson, R-French Camp, asked Thursday. Carmichael said: "This is not a great solution, but it's a solution I believe we can live with." Also, a bill ... Comment?
... ere we not led to believe we'd also have the opportunity to vote on elected school boards?" Sen. Gary Jackson, R-French Camp, asked Thursday. Carmichael said: "This is not a great solution, but it's a solution I believe we can live with." Comment?
French Camp. Presented by teacher and astronomer David Teske. This fascinating, educational and entertaining presentation explores the beauty, science and mythology of the winter stars and constellations. * Event: Visiting Writer Series featuring Dan Bogen, author of "A Necessary Order: Theodore Roethke and the Writing Process," 8 p.m., University of Southern Mississippi's International Center Room 101. * Concert: University of Southern Mississippi School of Music Symphonic Winds, 7:30 p.m., Bennett Auditorium. Free. Feb. 9 * Event: Fourth Annual High School Art Scholarship Competition Showcase and Awards Ceremony, 3:30 p.m., Lucile Parker Gallery, Thomas Fine Arts Center, William Carey University. Details: 318-6192. * Event: Gospel Sing, 6:30 p.m., Sanford Community Center, 663 Old Highway 49, Sanford. Gospel Grass Revival, Back Porch Blue Grass Gospel, Faithway Singers. A love offering will be taken. * Meeting: Mississippi Alopecia Areata Support Group, 1 p.m., Lamar County Richburg Voting Precinct/Community Center, 324 Sandy Run Road. Alopecia areata is a common disease that results in the loss of hair on the scalp and body. Details: 530-2020 or visit Facebook Mississippi Alopecia Areata Support Group. * Concert: University of Southern Mississippi School of Music Wind Ensemble, 7:30 p.m., Bennett Auditorium. Free. Feb. 10 * Concert: All-South Honor Band, 1 p.m. Bennett Auditorium. Free. Feb. 11 * Event: "Declare His Glory," a worship celebration presented by the choirs and orchestras of William Carey University, First Baptist Church McComb, and Midway Baptist Church, 110 singers, 60 in the orchestra. The public is invited to attend. Admission is free. 7 p.m., Smith Auditorium, Thomas Fine Arts Center, William Carey University. Details: 318-6175. * Meeting: Coffee and Conversation with Councilman Kim Bradley, Highland Neighborhood Association, 5:30 p.m., Hattiesburg Convention Center. Details: Ima L. Gardner, 264-7206. Feb. 12 * Event: Evening Children's Program, 5 p.m., Oak Grove Public Library. Call for details. * Event: War and Society Roundtable, 6 p.m. Hattiesburg Library. "The Rape of Nanking: The Forgotten Holocaust of World War II" by Iris King. Comment?
... and outscored the visitors 26-11 in the games final quarter to take the Region 5 win 68-61. The Tigers hosted French Camp Tuesday night and will host West Lowndes next Tuesday night for a 6 p.m. Region 5 contest. The Weir Lions hosted Nanih Waiya ... Comment?