Ingomar honor roll

Special Honor Roll Grade 2:  Ryan Wheeler Aldridge, Hailee Elizabeth Alexander, Dylan Reid Baker, Bauer Clayton Bishop, Elizabeth Paige Boyd, Taylor Paige Browning, Victoria Belle Chandler, Dakota Wayne Crossen, Kaily Beth Edwards, Ariai Guaudalupe Fuentes, Jon Ross Garrett, Katie Elizabeth Gullick, Emily Grace Hall, Spencer High, Anna lee Kennedy, Clayton Parker McClure, Destine Kah-Shon McDonald, […]

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Pink Lemonade Day for Breast Cancer Awareness

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Walmart DC donates to enhance technology

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Ingomar student Hannah Davis achieves perfect score

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BMC Homecoming Court

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Playhouse, November 5, 2010

It was the perfect night – at least for football.  No need for sunscreen or fans – the fall temps in the late evening game time called for sweaters and light jackets.  Othel and I filed in with the steady stream of Rebels and Tigers and exited onto the playing field.  As I positioned my […]

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Ecru News, November 5, 2010

Congratulations to the North Pontotoc Viking football team for their win against Pontotoc.  They will play Lafayette High School in the 4A district playoffs.  Coach Brian Sutton has done an outstanding job with this young team.  We wish you continued success. A Veteran’s Celebration will be held at the Community Center in Ecru, Saturday, Nov. […]

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Macedonia News, November 5, 2010

Lou McQuary   Francis Wingo passed away last week and was buried at Macedonia. The Stevens family has had another tragic death.  This makes three within the last year.  Jerry Stevens’ brother-in-law, Rick Frazier, died Saturday, October 30th. Rick was the husband of Jerry’s sister, Barbara,  Barbara and Rick lived in Tupelo. Melissa Childress was […]

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Eastern Lights, November 5, 2010

Last week was a wonderful week weather wise. This has been a beautiful fall so far.  So far the weather predictions are for much colder weather this week.  Guess that will help these old bones ache more. I have certainly enjoyed all the beautiful colors. Anne Glidewell, Robert and Robbie Frazier were welcome visitors here […]

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Hurricane News, November 3, 2010

The beautiful, fall foliage from the flat woods to the hill country at the western edge of the community is a sure sign that winter is on the way.  It was an exciting month for the community during the past few weeks as visitors to the corn maze at Shady Grove and to the haunted forest at […]

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