Gentry students head to MSMS

Two Gentry High School juniors are among 130 students recently accepted by The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science to study in Columbus. MSMS is the state's nationally recognized residential high school for academically advanced eleventh and twelfth graders. Graduating classes have averaged over $9 million in accepted scholarships for the last five years; graduates attend universities all over Mississippi and the nation.

Pictured from left are Meghan LaKindra Curry from Gentry High School, daughter of Willie and Sherry Seals; Brayden Vonrell Bailey from Gentry High School, son of Bertram and Catasha Bailey; and Laney Grace Etheridge from North Pike High School.


A clear example of teamwork was on prominent display last Friday night at Legion Field.


Betty Sue Mallette, 80, of Indianola, passed away Friday Sept. 13, 2019, in Pontotoc.

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The redrawn lines for Districts 13 and 22 will be in effect for tomorrow’s primary elections.