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Timber cutting controversy ...
The removal of hundred-year-old trees from property near Thimmes Subdivision has area residents upset. Look for details in the Friday print and online subscriber editions.

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EDD Director Resigns

                                               From the Grenada EDD

Keith Mitchell, Chairman of the Grenada County Economic Development District (the EDD), announced today that Pablo Diaz has presented his resignation to the EDD board after accepting a position as the new Executive Director of the Warren County Port Commission, the Vicksburg Warren County Chamber of Commerce, and the Warren County Economic Development Foundation. Diaz will take over the three organizations in Vicksburg, MS and lead a consolidated effort to create a one-stop organization responsible for all economic development initiatives in Warren County.

Sleepy Mishap

Sleepy Mishap
Lee Singleton cleans up the damage after an SUV crashed into the side of the ABJW Community Museum early this Morning. The driver apparently fell asleep.

For more details see Tuesday's printed edition of the GrenadaStar or Tuesday's E-Edition.

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Lady Chargers advance

Class 5A Girls Soccer Playoffs
at Vicksburg

Grenada 7, Vicksburg 0
Grenada advances to second round to host Oxford Saturday at 1 p.m.

Lady Chargers extend streak

Defense and free throws are an important part of any basketball game.
 Ken Ross’ Grenada Lady Chargers found out first hand Friday at home against Holmes County Central.
 GHS held Holmes under 40 points and finished 24-29 from the line, winning a 50-32 decision.
 The Lady Chargers improved to 10-8 overall and 4-0 inside the division.
In the boys’ game, GHS lost a 74-66 decision.

 For more information, see the GrenadaStar Printed Edition or the GrenadaStar E-Edition.
 You may subscribe to the GrenadaStar Printed Edition for only 50 cents per Edition by calling Stephanie Dees at 662-226-4321, or by The GrenadaStar Printed Edition is published each Tuesday and Friday. It is delivered to your home by the U.S. Postal Service. (Subscription costs outside of ZIP Code 38901 may vary according to postal costs.)
 You may subscribe to the GrenadaStar E-Edition by selecting the option at the upper left of this website’s home screen. The E-Edition is released at approximately 2 a.m., each Tuesday and Friday.

Grenada eliminated

Final Score Boy's 5A Soccer Playoffs
Ridgeland 4
Grenada 0

Opinions 2017
Morning Joe re-writes history

Morning Joe re-writes history

Obituaries 2017
Funeral notices

Rodney Shaw, 43, of Grenada. McKibben and Guinn in charge.

Thomas Proctor, 55, of Grenada. McKibben and Guinn in charge.

Jimmy King, 57, of Grenada, McKibben and Guinn in charge.

William T. “Bill” Thornburg, 79, of Duck Hill, Oliver Funeral Home in charge.

Funeral Notices

Ralph Hutchins, 94, of Big Creek. Pryor Funeral Home is in charge.

Cellas Wayne Melton, 77,
of Winona. Mortimer National Funeral Home of Grenada is in charge.

Bessie Williams Hill, 101,
of Olive Branch. McKibben and Guinn Funeral Service in Grenada is in charge.

Christine Jolly, 81, of Elliott. McKibben and Guinn Funeral Service in Grenada is in charge.

Funeral Notices

Van Jr. Ards of Oakland; services are Saturday at 1 p.m., at Oak Grove M.B. Church in Crowder.
Clark-Williams Funeral Home is in charge.

Essie Mae Crowder, 85, of Grenada; services are Saturday at 11 a.m. at Vincent United Methodist Church. Clark-Williams Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements.

Judy Blakely Henson, 72, of Greenwood; services are Saturday at Leflore Baptist Church in Leflore. Williams & Lord Funeral Home is in charge.

Alfred Nicholson Jr., 35,  of Courtland; services are Saturday at noon at Mt. Moriah Baptist Association. Clark-Williams Funeral Home is in charge.

Funeral notices

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