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Letter to the Editor - Grenada Star
I would like to inform you that the story you have been running about the Elliott bomb scare is full of complete lies as to what was actually at the location. There are several thousand people around the state that are involved in the hobby of Geocaching ...
A tale of two Sylvesters - Grenada Star
Twenty-five years ago when we moved to the place we now live, there was a stray tomcat that came around quite often. He was a panhandler. We learned from Jewell, an up-the-street neighbor-lady, that she and several other neighbors called him “Sylvester ...
'Bomb' part of game - Grenada Star
What started out as a bomb scare in Elliott last week turned out to be part of an elaborate game, but local and state officials aren’t playing around. The game is called Geocache, a hide and seek treasure hunting game, where a GPS is used to find hidden ...
Officials still baffled by Elliott bomb - Grenada Star
An expert in bombs said the scare in Elliott last week was something out of the ordinary, especially so close to a military base. Lt. Brian Brown with the Tupelo Police Department bomb squad said the situation April 15 was handled carefully and swiftly ...
Christmas in April work planned for Saturday - Grenada Star
That schedule is set for the 21st year of Christmas in April, Grenada’s version of The Extreme Makeover. The Christmas in April 15-member board held a final planning meeting last week with house captains and volunteer receiving their assignments for the ...
Several injured in wreck - Grenada Star
Rainy conditions are to blame for a three-car accident on Highway 51 south that left several people hurt Friday. Tony Dunn, public information officer for the Mississippi Highway Safety Patrol’s Troop D said state troopers, along with the Grenada County ...
Kirk netters close regular season with win - Grenada Star
It was an interesting day for Kirk Academy tennis coach Sharon Tartt. She had to juggle her lineup with several members out taking part in a track meet in Clarksdale. They closed the regular season Thursday at home against division rival North Delta.
Chargers open postseason against Jackets - Grenada Star
Programs are judged by their success on the field. At Grenada High School, the program has yet to win a state title, but has been one of the most consistent over the past several years. This season, the Chargers wll be the No. 2 seed in the Class 6A Playoffs.
Tupelo bomb squad called to Grenada - Grenada Star
A bomb scare in Southeast Grenada County had some folks on the edge of their seats late Wednesday. According to Josh Dale of the Grenada County Sheriff’s Department, a “device” was discovered on a mailbox on Hayward Road, just south of Nat G.
Tourism director resigns - Grenada Star
Samantha Hilmus has resigned as the executive director of the Grenada Tourism Commission. Hilmus, according to tourism board member Jan Walton, resigned from her position Monday during the tourism commission’s meeting at the Chamber of Commerce.
Teen punched, then shot - Grenada Star
Shots rang out in Grenada Tuesday night, leaving one teen injured and authorities looking for those responsible. According to Capt. George Douglas of the Grenada Police Department, at seven o’clock officers responded to a call on the 800 block of ...