Hayden Harris batted away the Bulldogs’ go-ahead two-point conversion attempt with 29 seconds left, New Hope rebuffed Aberdeen on another last-second possession, and the Trojans snagged a home victory.
Here’s what to watch for when local high school football teams take the field Friday.
Johnny Buster’s memory and story will live on next to his late son’s in downtown Columbus.
In early January, Buster passed away at 72 leaving a legacy of dedication to the military, his family and the citizens he protected.
John Long will be 83 in April and confesses there are things he cannot remember from his childhood.
Such is the erosive nature of time.
Although it’s likely to be at least a half-dozen years away from reality, Columbus and Aberdeen may one day be home to hydroelectric power plants.
Aldermen in a northeast Mississippi city are cutting a mayor’s salary for the second time this summer, saying he’s been absent from city business and unavailable to the public.
As a senior at Aberdeen High School in the spring of 1994, Scott Rowe was named “Most Likely to Succeed.” The honor has proven prophetic many times over.
An ongoing series of developments, including conflicting board votes and accusations of an illegal meeting, is pitting Aberdeen’s city government against itself in a struggle over who is the city electric department head.
The Monroe County courthouse in Aberdeen has reopened following its closure Monday after someone threatened to attack the building.
Former Aberdeen High School basketball coach Roy Hazzle accepted $15,000 to settle his discrimination lawsuit against the Aberdeen School District.