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The Better Clarksdale Foundation Clarksdale High School Class Challenge

From THE BETTER CLARKSDALE FOUNDATION by Marin Reddick In keeping with its tenant of youth mentorship, the Better Clarksdale Foundation would like to take this opportunity to recognize the Clarksdale High school Class of 1985 for its efforts in supporting Clarksdale’s youth in continuing education. During the halftime of the inaugural “Blues Bowl” this past […]

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MS Senate balks at $4,000 teacher pay raise

Senate balks at $4,000 teacher pay raise passed by House, cite ‘other competing needs’ From MISSISSIPPI TODAY by Kayleigh Skinner and Bobby Harrison The Mississippi House of Representatives has taken a bold stance on teacher pay raises, but the final amount of extra money teachers see on their paychecks will likely be worked out behind […]

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Confederate monument at the University of Mississippi.

Will the Ole Miss Confederate monument be moved?

‘What we stand for as an Ole Miss family’: Meet the students leading a multiracial, bipartisan movement to relocate the school’s Confederate monument From MISSISSIPPI TODAY by Adam Ganucheau OXFORD — Inside a third-floor study room overlooking the Grove at the University of Mississippi, a half dozen students gather around a boardroom table fashioned out […]

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The Clarksdale High School Wildcats.

Clarksdale high school basketball update

From WROX: The Coahoma County High School boys are three wins away from their third consecutive state high school basketball championship.  The Red Panthers defeated New Site 65-45 on Monday to advance to the 2A quarterfinals and will play at Newton tonight; the winner of that game will play Bay Springs on Tuesday in the […]

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Coahoma Community College Tigers.

CCC Coach Steve Miller adds 25 new players to the Tigers

From WROX: With only three wins in three seasons, Coahoma Community College football coach Steven Miller made recruiting a priority and added 25 players to the roster on National Signing Day.  Local players joining the Tigers include wide receiver Markevius Phillips from Coahoma County High School, defensive back Aikee Matthews from Clarksdale High and Kolbey […]

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