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Eighteen-month-old Breland Walker with Emily Walker, Jonathan Walker and Bob Breland.
Eighteen-month-old Breland Walker with Emily Walker, Jonathan Walker and Bob Breland.
Wednesday, June 12, 2019 12:00 PM
The rain held off and the temperatures were tolerable Saturday as more than 300 young people and their families turned out for the annual Catfish Rodeo at Neshoba Lake.
  • Veteran coach Brian Anderson has been hired to become the offensive coordinator for the Neshoba Central football team.
  • This will be Lee’s first head coaching job. He played high school soccer at Petal and then went on to play college soccer at Southwest Community College and William Carey University. While finishing his degree at Southern Mississippi, he managed the USM men’s club soccer team and was an assistant coach at Petal High School.
  • Congratulations to the Mississippi State Bulldogs for winning their Super Regional and their 11th trip to the College World Series.
  • It provides economic, mental, physical and social benefits. Recognition of the value of recreation and the importance of June as a time of recreational activity prompted Presidential designation of June as Great Outdoors Month. The month highlights the shared resources of our parks, forests, refuges and other public lands and water. The central goal is to get people to participate in outdoor recreation and enjoy it.
  • Annual youth catfish rodeo planned for this Saturday
    The nets are up. The big catfish have been released into Neshoba Lake in the area around the pier.
  • ECCC’s Jones, Barnett earn post-season accolades
    Two local players were part of six members of the East Central softball team who earned post season honors.
  • Neshoba Central’s Aspen Wesley has been named the Gatorade Softball Player of the Year for Mississippi for the fourth year in a row.
  • MSU will host a Super Regional this weekend in Starkville against either Stanford or Fresno Stat
  • Union football coach Brad Breland said he is looking forward to serving as head coach in the upcoming annual Mississippi/Alabama all-star football game which will be held at the University of Southern Mississippi in December.
  • First year East Central Community College head softball coach Eric Neel and assistant coach Emily Church have been named the National Junior College Athletic Association Division II South Region Coaching Staff of the Year by the National Fastpitch Coaches Association.
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