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A Hamilton High basketball coach assaulted during a basketball game in December has experienced more troubles this winter after her home was robbed and vandalized early this week. Sue Verner, the head coach of the Hamilton High girls basketball team, was punched by a parent after an altercation after a game on December 10, and was later treated and released for her injuries. Comment?
Sue Verner, the head coach of the Hamilton High girls basketball team, was assaulted by the parent of a player and transported to Merit Health Gilmore Memorial Hospital in Amory where she was treated and later released. Heather Thompson turned herself into the Amory Police Department on Thursday night and was charged with simple assault on a school official, according to WCBI, a local TV station. Comment?
Mississippi Highway Patrol spokesperson Criss Turnipseed said the accident occurred about 7:45 a.m. when a pickup headed south on the highway collided with an 18-wheeler turning off Artesia Road into the north bound lane, Turnipseed. The driver of the pickup, Jeremy Hester, 38, of Hamilton, was transported to Baptist Memorial Hospital-Golden Triangle. Comment?
Doris Martin takes a pan of biscuits from the oven in the kitchen of the Cal-Kola Express near Caledonia where she has cooked for three years. Photo by: Luisa Porter/Dispatch Staff Six days a week Doris Martin rises at 3 a.m., dresses and makes the five-minute drive from her home on Buck Egger Road in Caledonia to the Cal-Kola Express, a convenience store/gas station on Highway 45 not far from Columbus Air Force Base. Comment?
School officials, speaking with The Dispatch about 11:35 a.m. today, said they were working to get students off of campus and home safely. Monroe County Sheriff Cecil Cantrell said the decision was made after someone on social media threatened to "shoot up the school." Comment?
Jones, a former Amory standout in the late '90s, never lost to Aberdeen as a player and the Warriors' 21-20 win here Friday preserved his unbeaten streak -- in games played in Monroe County that is. "I never lost a game to Aberdeen as a player from the 7th grade through my senior season and after tonight, I'm still undefeated -- in Monroe County anyway," said Jones. Comment?
The Trojans played host to the event for the sixth year in a row Friday and Saturday, and for the fifth time it was at Mississippi State's Davis Wade Stadium. New Hope second-year coach Kris Pickle heard good things about the jamboree when he took over the program prior to last season, and this year's 14-team event might have been the best. Comment?
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