Two arrested for felony possession of meth

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office arrested Zachary Morris Leach, 23, of  Aberdeen and Justin Wayne Bryant, 21, of  Smithville on July 26. The arrest was the result of a traffic stop. The two have been charged with felony possession of meth. They remain in the custody of the Monroe County Adult Detention Center and are […]

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Amory man booked for accessory after the fact, firearm charges

The Amory Police Department arrested Terry Janvard Parham, 54, of Amory for possession of a firearm by a felon, accessory after the fact and possession of a stolen firearm. Parham is out on bond after Monroe County Justice Court Judge Robert Fowlkes set bond at $5,000.

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Aberdeen cook specializes in soup, seafood dishes

By Ginna Parsons Daily Journal ABERDEEN – When Bradley Lipsey first married, she could cook only two things – spaghetti and a 1-2-3-4 cake. “Mother was an absolute fantastic cook and while she did not teach us how to cook anything, she did instill in us the notion that you cooked,” said Lipsey, who was […]

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Students chosen as Monroe County EPA Scholarship recipients

For the Monroe Journal The board of directors of the Monroe County Electric Power Association has awarded $1,000 scholarships to four 2015 graduating seniors from high schools within its service territory. According to Monroe County EPA General Manager Barry Rowland, the criteria for consideration for the scholarship includes maintaining an exemplary scholastic record, leadership roles […]

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Nettleton’s Kidd aims to continue winning tradition

By Makenzie Hawkins Special to the Journal Nettleton softball may have a new head coach, but that does not mean Jacob Kidd is unfamiliar with the winning program. Kidd, who was the assistant at Nettleton for five years, is now the head slow-pitch and fast-pitch softball coach for the Nettleton Lady Tigers. “It is a […]

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A trip to the city that never sleeps

I returned Friday evening from a four-day trip to New York. I had a group of nine people who flew out in the morning of July 14 from Memphis. After changing planes at Reagan National in Washington, we landed at LaGuardia in New York about 3:30 p.m. After checking into our hotel, we headed to […]

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Conservator approves July agenda for Aberdeen School District

Monroe Journal ABERDEEN – Aberdeen School District Conservator Mac Curlee approved several personnel items as part of the district’s July agenda. Jennifer Champman was approved as an Aberdeen Elementary School special education teacher; Amanda Hill and Tiffany O’Mary-Weeks were approved as AES assistant teachers; Latasha Lenoir and Karen Poindexter were approved as Shivers Middle School […]

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Nettleton’s Parker overcomes setbacks for senior success

By Makenzie Hawkins Special to the Journal A hole in her labrum and a torn rotator cuff could not stop Nettleton native Hayley Parker from playing the game she loved and finishing out her senior softball season. Parker, a shortstop at Central Arkansas, had surgery the summer before her senior year to try and repair […]

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One arrested for possession of ICE

The Monroe County Sheriff’s Department arrested Frankie Bo Bruff, 29, of Hatley on July 22. Bruff has been charged with a felony for possession of ICE. He remains in the custody of the Monroe County Adult Detention Center and is waiting his arraignment.

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