Month: November 2014

Mullen and Freeze transform teams

By Charlie Smith Emmerich Newspapers Dan Mullen and Hugh Freeze aren’t completely different. Both head coaches were early adopters of the fast-paced, spread option offenses that now dominate college football. Demographically, they fit the same profile: youthful family men with…

Rebels’ ‘Possum’ torn by historic season

Buster Wolfe Emmerich Newspapers COLUMBIA — Richard “Possum” Price is an Ole Miss Rebel, red and blue through and through. He was a lineman on two of the school’s three national championship football teams under iconic coach Johnny Vaught. However,…

Rebels ready to better banner year

Ole Miss looks for standout win By Josh Troy Emmerich Newspapers The Ole Miss Rebels are enjoying a banner season, thanks to a strong passing game by senior quarterback Bo Wallace and a defense that has allowed fewer points than any…

Much needed SUccess

MSU looking for division title By Chris Whitaker Emmerich Newspapers Mississippi State’s best start in school history and first-ever No. 1 ranking took a blow with its 25-20 loss to Alabama on Nov. 15. Despite the loss, though, the Bulldogs…

Winston Guards hold monthly meeting

Submitted The Winston Guards chapter 2643 held its meeting at Lake Tiak O’Khata on November third. Pat Parrish of the Kosciusko Chapter was a guest at the meeting. Following the meal Frances Woodruff presented a power point program on

Friends of Dean Park to host gratitude luncheon

By Elmetra Patterson Friends of Dean Park, Inc. (Fodp) will have a ‘gratitude Luncheon’ on Wednesday, November 26, from Noon – 1:00 P.M. at Dean Park, 3850 Hwy 15 South, Louisville, Ms for employees paid From The National Emergency Grant…

Raises funds

ECCC Sigma Sigma Mu Tau Raises Funds for Breast Cancer Research Members of East Central Community College’s Sigma Sigma Mu Tau healthcare organization raised

MHGC meets at Market Café in Louisville

By Dottie Dewberry For the WPT Despite the frigid weather the ladies of the Maben Home and Garden Club traveled to Louisville to the Market Café on Nov. 18 for a luncheon and viewed the gorgeous works of Mary Vowell,…

Cody Prewitt ready for an Egg Bowl win

By James Pugh Emmerich Newspapers Ole Miss free safety Cody Prewitt loves his university. He said he has always wanted to go to Ole Miss, especially since his junior high days at Sylva-Bay Academy in Jasper County, about halfway between…

Beckwith aiming to continue goals with win over Ole Miss

By Taylor Hawkins Emmerich Newspapers Coming from Benton Academy, a small private school in rural Mississippi, not many people gave Ben Beckwith much of a chance. Beckwith was a big fish in a small pond with dreams of football glory.