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Central Holmes girls softball team wins tourney

Members of the Central Holmes Christian School girls softball team shown from left are: (front row) Nikki Edwards-statistician, Nicole Winstead, Christyn Allen, Morgan Bigbee, Jordan Pritchard, Kelsey Watts, Nikki Merchant, Kylee Killebrew, Mary Clayton Burrell, Madison Adcock, Payton Pritchard; (back row) Assistant Coach Wayne Ray, Katelyn White, Shelby Turner, Ana-Claire Edwards, Laura Partain, Cassidy Sizemore, Katlyn McLellan, Rayne Tate, Eryca Edwards, Kelly Rucker, Hannah Brown, and Head Coach Jeff Brown.
Central Holmes Christian School Lady Trojans softball team won...subscribers»

One suspect at large, two arrested, jailed

Tchula Police Chief Anthony Jones asks for the public's help in locating Rashad Greer of the Mileston Community. Greer and Antwone Hogan of Tchula are both charged with two counts of armed robbery of persons at the Tchula City Park north of town on August 12, where the two men allegedly held four people at gunpoint, according to Chief Jones....subscribers»

First Presbyterian Church welcomes new pastor

On August 10, the membership of First Presbyterian Church of Lexington welcomed new pastor,...subscribers»


SUNNY MOUNT CHURCH Sunny Mount M.B. Church will host a fall revival beginning Monday, August 25 through Friday, August 29 at 7:30 nightly. The speaker will be Dr. Joe Jackson of Belzoni of Antioch Good Hope and Zion Traveler M....subscribers»
Thursday, August 21, 2014 Vol. 56 - Num. 34
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1863: Confederate raiders under William Quantrill strike Lawrence, Kansas, leaving 150 civilians dead.
1864: Confederate General A.P. Hill attacks Union troops south of Petersburg, Va., at the Weldon railroad. His attack is repulsed, resulting in heavy Confederate casualties.
1915: Italy declares war on Turkey.
1942: U.S. Marines turn back the first major Japanese ground attack on Guadalcanal in the Battle of Tenaru.
1944: The Dumbarton Oaks conference, which lays the foundation for the establishment of the United Nations, is held in Washington, D.C.