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­Sixteen teachers at Neshoba Elementary School were pregnant during the 2017-2018 school year. Pictured from left to right seated are Kaitlin and Ivy Kait Copeland, Marlee and Allie Mckee, Logan and Burkes Breland, Hayley and David Caswell, and Autumn and Willow Grace Turner. Pictured standing are Kasey and Amerine Edwards, Carmen and Haze Hillman, Madison and Brantley Grace Edwards, Alexa Hughes, Paige Stribling, Katie and Collier Thomas, Amy Pike, Taylor Nicholson, Amanda and Brooks Pierce, Priscilla and Henry Drury, and Megan and Livie Alexander.
­Sixteen teachers at Neshoba Elementary School were pregnant during the 2017-2018 school year. Pictured from left to right seated are Kaitlin and Ivy Kait Copeland, Marlee and Allie Mckee, Logan and Burkes Breland, Hayley and David Caswell, and Autumn and Willow Grace Turner. Pictured standing are Kasey and Amerine Edwards, Carmen and Haze Hillman, Madison and Brantley Grace Edwards, Alexa Hughes, Paige Stribling, Katie and Collier Thomas, Amy Pike, Taylor Nicholson, Amanda and Brooks Pierce, Priscilla and Henry Drury, and Megan and Livie Alexander.
Wednesday, June 13, 2018 12:00 PM
When Kaitlin Copeland told principal Tiffany Plott she was pregnant in July, five other teachers already had, and Plott joked she would quit if one more person got pregnant.
  • Residents told: File charges as crime complaints continue
    An alderman drove out to the scene of a shooting complaint a couple of weeks ago, but that wasn’t good enough for two Robinhood Circle residents who came before the Mayor and Board of Aldermen to complain about crime again.
  • Drug sales alleged
    A traffic stop on Highway 19 North Saturday led to one man being charged with possession of methamphetamine and possession of crack cocaine with intent to distribute and a second man being charged with possession of marijuana.
  • Sports betting coming to Choctaw Indian casinos
    Pearl River Resort and Bok Homa Casino, which are owned and operated by the Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians will soon offer sports betting after a special called Tribal Council meeting approved the measure unanimously.
  • Three civil rights workers, murdered here in 1964 by the Ku Klux Klan will be remembered Sunday during the 54th annual memorial service at Mt. Zion United Methodist Church in the Longdale community.
  • Bloomo Diner offers patrons traditional Southern fare
    The historic Bloomo Junction has a new lease on life, thanks to new owners Dennis and Rhonda Williams who have repurposed the former grocery store and deli into Bloomo Diner featuring barbecue and a number of traditional southern items.
  • Area schools received news last week from the Mississippi Department of Education regarding which of their 3rd grade students passed the Mississippi Academic Assessment Program’s reading assessment test given in May.
  • A former Philadelphia Fire Department battalion chief from Preston won the Democrat nomination for Congress Tuesday night.
  • Bond man arrested for alleged threats against family
    A man apparently firing a shotgun in a pasture and allegedly threatening relatives was arrested in the Bond community over the weekend.Bond man arrested for alleged threats against family
  • Sheriff makes felony arrests
    Two individuals were arrested on separate felony drug charges last week.
  • • Michael Barns, 59, of 12071 Highway 485, simple assault
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