To view mugshots of arrests click here.Charles L Blair, 42, 10161 Road 3405, Philadelphia, driving under the influence (DUI) other substance, following too closely, MHP Angela R Cumberland, 51, 533 Blount Street, Philadelphia, capias – possession of marijuana, capias – possession of oxycodone, capias – possession of meth, capias – possession of... Read More.
To view mugshots of arrests click here.Tammy D Berry, 19, 12710 Fentress Panhandle Road, Weir, driving under the influence (DUI) 1st offense, MHP Antoine K Collins, 20, 71 Howard Drive, Durant, possession of marijuana in a motor vehicle, disregard for a traffic device, Carthage PD Laquil R Eubanks, 30, 118 North Hillside... Read More.
To view mugshots of arrests click here.Brandi J Beemon, 36, 2089 Mill Road, Lena, capias – possession of meth, contempt of court, Leake Co. Sheriff’s Dept. William A Chapman, 66, 4604 Hwy 35 S, simple assault on a law enforcement officer, Attala Co. Sheriff’s Dept. Brandon W Dycus, 34, 2124 Flanagan Road, Greenville, public drunk,... Read More.
To view mugshots of arrests click here.James Beasley, 22, 1221 Ridgeway Street, Jackson, speeding, no drivers license, insurance law, MHP Byron K Cager, 27, 3030 Old Walnut Grove Road, Walnut Grove, capias – failure to stop motor vehicle, possession of marijuana, failure to yield, no drivers license, fleeing, no insurance, improper turn, reckless driving, capias... Read More.
To view mugshots of arrests click here.David A Alford, 29, 2333 Cummins Road, Carthage, capias – possession of meth, Leake Co. Sheriff’s Dept Kevin D Brown, 39, 3798 Standing Pine Road, Carthage, capias – possession of marijuana, capias – possession of a firearm by a convicted felon, capias – possession of meth, Leake Co. Sheriff’s... Read More.
Jose Luis Solorio Morales, 27, of Mexico, and Lee Morris Wade, Jr., 41, of Kosciusko, were sentenced Thursday by Senior U.S. District Judge David C. Bramlette III for their roles in a conspiracy to possess with the intent to distribute methamphetamine, announced U.S. Attorney Mike Hurst and Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) Assistant Special Agent in Charge... Read More.
The U.S. Army Field Band is hiring. The position open is for a Vocalist and stringed instrumentalist.The ideal candidate is a great vocalist who can sing lead and harmony and is proficient on one or more of the following instruments: guitar, banjo, mandolin, fiddle, lap steel, pedal steel, dobro, bass, etc.Duties will include performing as vocalist and... Read More.
Due to a severe weather system that came through our listening area on Saturday morning the Kicks 96 tower site experienced severe damage.“I can’t tell you exactly what happened, but we do know we had an event that occurred there on Saturday. It is in sync with a line of thunderstorms that passed through the area,” said... Read More.
Another exciting and competitive season of Kicks Picks Presented By Wheel-In Grocery of Carthage recently concluded. Boswell Media would like to thank everyone for participating.Tommy Malone takes home a 43″ flat screen TV from Kicks96, Breezy 101, and Boswell Media Sports.Boswell Media Sports Broadcaster Melvin Wooten released the 2018 Kicks Picks top finishers for the season:1. Tommy... Read More.
NEWTON, Miss. (AP) — A Mississippi sawmill will invest $40 million to increase production by 50 percent, with plans to hire 45 more workers.Michigan-based Biewer Lumber announced the expansion Tuesday at its Newton sawmill, a little more than a year after the company opened the facility. The expansion is projected to be complete by late... Read More.
JACKSON, Miss. (AP) — The $50 million proposed by Gov. Phil Bryant for teacher pay raises over the next two years would boost overall teacher salaries by just under 3 percent, the Mississippi Department of Education says.Based on the 31,658 classroom teachers statewide in 2016-2017, the money would amount to a raise of $790 before taxes in... Read More.
Crowded stores, people bumping into each other, plenty of distractions, a lot of credit cards being flashed and money changing hands. For most of us it’s the start of the holiday shopping season, but for pickpockets and identity thieves it’s like Christmas.Here is advice to keep your family, your packages and your credit safe.This advice is compiled... Read More.