June 17: The Week In Review

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THE DELTA (Ben Caxton) — In the news this week in the Delta a PayDay loan company cashed out, and a cyber bully in Tchula is wanted so he can cash in on prizes waiting for him from the local Police Chief. We learned Tuesday that Snakeheads have invaded Benoit, the winter wheat harvest is up, and free summer meals are available across the Delta, while Jackson’s 28th homicide saw a severed head left on a neighborhood porch step. Lousiana State endedMSU’s baseball season just shy of the World Series but an MSU star was drafted by the Minnesota Twins. The Washington County Sheriff fired six officers after another escape, burglars stole money from the Cleveland Driver’s License office, and Yazoo Police put a suspect in the hospital. The Sunflower Sheriff warned women about a fake police car prowling the roads at night, Drew is a step closer to a new charter school, Clarksdale Utilities has a new manager, and a shooting in Cleveland sent one man to the hospital. All this and more this week from Delta Daily News dot com.



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