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Stories from Monday, February 21, 2011

Black Cultural Association celebrates Black History (02/21/11)
Assistant Attorney General Renae Ford-Hudson (pictured), was the guest speaker Sunday afternoon at the Mississippi County Black Cultural Association's 26th Annual Black History Program.
Moody makes Dean's List (02/21/11)
Lauren Moody is a sophomore at Arkansas Tech University in Russellvile, and was recently named to the Dean's List for her GPA of 3.63.
UPDATED: No. 5 Chicks control own conference championship fate (02/21/11)
Riding high off a stunning 67-42 rout of then fellow 5A-East co-leader Forrest City, the Blytheville Chickasaws control their own 5A-East championship fate as they travel to conference rival Greene County Tech Tuesday night, the start of a three-game week to close the regular season.
Chicks ranked fifth in 5A poll (02/21/11)
The Blytheville Chickasaws cracked the Top 5 of the VYPE Class 5A Power Poll for the first time this year by routing Forrest City, Friday night.
Local teams to play in regionals this week (02/21/11)
Eight area teams will try to make their respective state tournaments this week.
Hayti's Gilmore may be headed to Kennett (02/21/11)
Reports from Kennett incidate that longtime head football coach David Gilmore is leaving the Hayti School District to take over as principal at Kennett High School.
Hogs sweep Delaware State (02/21/11)
For their season-opening 3-game sweep, the Arkansas Razorbacks shut out Delaware State 26 of 27 innings at Baum Stadium. An Arkansas season-opening series record 20,443 fans had to be pleased with the pitching.
Hogs compete hard, but come up short (02/21/11)
The Arkansas Razorbacks left Tuscaloosa, Ala. last Saturday feeling exactly how the Alabama Crimson Tide felt back on Jan. 15 leaving Fayetteville.
It's enough to make an old hippie proud (02/21/11)
For those of us who are part of what is called the Baby Boomer generation, all the protesting and civil disobedience currently taking place both in this country and around the world should be bringing back a lot of memories.
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