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Brad Strickland

James Brad Strickland, 49, of Booneville, passed away Wednesday,. . .

Luther Armon South

Luther Armon South, 86, of Booneville, passed away peacefully at. . .

Joy Shelton

Laquita Joy Mask Shelton, 88, passed away Friday, Jan. 11, 2019,. . .

Hallie Rowan

Hallie Copeland Rowan, 87, of Baldwyn, passed away Monday, Jan.. . .

R.B. Prichard

R.B. Prichard, 93, passed away Friday, Jan. 11, 2019, at the. . .

Juanita Michael

Juanita Jean Riddle Michael, 91, passed away Wednesday, Jan. 2,. . .

County schools seek superintendent

By Brant Sappington boonevilleeditor@bellsouth.net
The search will begin soon for Prentiss Countys next superintendent of education.
Prentiss County School Board members voted Tuesday to seek to hire a new superintendent by Jan. 1, 2020, the conclusion of the term

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Prentiss County Tournament Champions

Prentiss County Tournament Champions

New Site Lady Royals are the 2019 Prentiss County Champions. The team includes (front row, from left) Mika Roach, Chloe Hammock, Emma Johnson, Maycee Chambers, Ivy Loden, Krysten Lindsey, Lindsey Dickerson, Saydee Taylor, Karsyn Sullivan; (back row, from left) Coach Byron Sparks, Hannah Campbell, Kaitlyn Moreland, Claire Elliott, Lily Whitley, Zoe Hammock, Grace Elliott, Coach Brent Taylor

Election Commissioner sworn in

Staff photo by Angela Storey

Election Commissioner sworn in

Christine Grove (left) was sworn in as fifth district election commissioner Tuesday night by Prentiss County Circuit Clerk Mike Kelley (right). Grove won the special election last year. Standing with her is her husband, Tai Grove (center).


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