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Governor announces industry expansion - Grenada Star
Gov. Phil Bryant and officials from Ice Industries announced today the company is expanding its operations in Grenada. The expansion will be the company’s sixth since 2010. The project represents a corporate investment of $15 million and will create 100 ...
Freedom Shrines should be studied, not thrown away by local schools - Grenada Star
It is with a sincere feeling of disgust that I am taking the time to make you aware of something that occurred the morning of Aug. 14. My day started as does each day, with a walk through my neighborhood. As I was nearing the end of my walk, I heard a ...
Grenada softball brings experience into season - Grenada Star
With six seniors, the Grenada Lady Chargers are hoping to take it a step further this season. GHS finished 2014 with a 14-14 mark and returned to the Class 5A/6A Playoffs losing in the opening round to defending champion Neshoba Central. Veteran coach ...
Raiderettes win district soccer opener - Grenada Star
It’s the kind of start to the season that new Kirk soccer coach Chris Wilkinson hoped would happen. After beating Bayou to open the season, the Raiderettes took to the field for two games this week. One was the home opener and the other a road contest.
Kirk opens softball district with wins - Grenada Star
The Kirk Raiderettes began district play Monday facing first time foe Greenville-St. Joseph. Kirk saw an image of themselves from last season. The Lady Irish had trouble throwing strikes and Kirk swept the doubleheader by scores of 20-0 and 18-0.
Meet the Raiders Friday - Grenada Star
Kirk Academy Booster Club will host Meet the Raiders Friday, Aug. 14, at the Kirk Academy football field. Food will be served at 6 p.m. with introductions set for 7 p.m. Teams that will be introduced include the cross country team, soccer team, fast pitch ...
Raiderettes make progress at Holmes CC Tournament - Grenada Star
Rebuilding a program is a process. In some cases, it takes more time than others. Mike Montgomery knew that the process would, in all likelihood, be a slow one for the Raiderettes. Heading into this past weekend’s play in the Holmes Community College ...