We're always interested in hearing about news in our community. Let us know what's going on!

  • Comments

Smithville’s Tara Parham flashed off her utility skills on Friday and Saturday as she represented Monroe County and the Lady Noles in the Mississippi Association of Coaches Fast-pitch All-Star softball games at Jones County Junior College.

  • Comments

ABERDEEN – Summer Shoot-out, a basketball tournament raising funds for Jamisha Washington, will be held June 8 at Aberdeen Park and Recreation Department’s gym. Washington is fighting cancer.

  • Comments

The 2019 Public Waters Alligator Hunting Season in Mississippi will open at noon Aug. 30 and conclude at noon on Sept. 9. A total of 960 permits will be available within seven hunting zones across the state for the 10-day season. Permits are issued according to a random drawing and an applic…

  • Comments

HATTIESBURG – The Smithville Lady Noles’ bid for a ninth state championship fell short last Monday and Tuesday as Vardaman swept to its first Class 1A state title in school history with a 14-4 win in Game 2 on the heels of a 12-1 win in Game 1.

  • Comments

AMORY – The Amory Panthers battled in Game 2 to try to force a series split against New Hope in the third round of the Class 4A baseball playoffs on Friday night, but the Trojans scored five runs in the final three innings to take the 7-3 win and end the Panthers’ season at 15-10.

  • Comments

SMITHVILLE – The Smithville Seminoles are headed to their sixth-straight Class 1A North finals appearance after finishing off a sweep of Tupelo Christian in the third round of the playoffs.

  • Comments

HAMILTON – The Hamilton Lions rebounded from a tough Game 2 and held off a second Nanih Waiya comeback in Game 3 to hold on for the 4-3 victory and the Class 1A third-round series win over the two-time defending state champions.

  • Comments

MYRTLE – The Smithville Lady Noles rebounded from a tough Game 1 loss last Monday and came through with two huge road wins at Myrtle last Tuesday to keep their season alive in the second round of the Class 1A playoffs.

  • Comments

Amory’s DaShunae Fields becomes the second Lady Panther to take her game to the next level as she will play at Itawamba Community College next season.

  • Comments

AMORY – The Amory Panthers poured on the offense with a 12-0 mercy-rule rout of the Rosa Fort Lions on Saturday afternoon to secure the sweep and move on to the third round of the Class 4A playoffs.

  • Comments

NETTLETON – The Nettleton Tigers rode some key hits late and a strong pitching performance from their ace Davis Oswalt to a 5-3 win on the road against Booneville in the first round of their Class 3A playoff series on Friday night.