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MLK Jr. Day basketball tournament schedules
Jan 13, 2015 • Jackson Clarion LedgerCheck out a list of schedules below. A preview of the top tournament action will be available on Sunday. Rumble in the South. Where: Mississippi College. Admission: Adults $10, students $8, children (5 and under) free. 10 a.m. - Jackson Prep vs ... More
Analysis: Stokes' outright win no major surprise
Jan 28, 2015 • Jackson Clarion LedgerAnderson, Vann and Williams each ran for Jackson office for the first time. One reason for ... They were both born and raised there, they graduated from the ward's Lanier High School and have served in multiple public service roles for decades. Whether ... More
#MSPreps basketball: MLK Day tourney previews
Jan 17, 2015 • Jackson Clarion LedgerJackson Academy vs. Holmes Central, 11:30 a.m.. Murrah vs. Lawrence County, 2:30 p.m.. Lanier MLK Classic. Where: Lanier High School. Top games. Jim Hill (1-14) vs. Greenville (18-3), 1:30 p.m.. What to watch: The Tigers haven't found a way to score ... More
Sefko: Fiercely private, Mavs' Monta Ellis reveals that his passions are the ...
Jan 24, 2015 • Dallas Morning NewsIt was like that in the beginning for Ellis, who was selected by Golden State straight out of Lanier High School in Jackson, Miss., in the second round of the 2005 draft (40th overall). He loved playing for the Warriors and was embraced by Bay Area ... More
Students, neighbors honor Martin Luther King & promote message 'Black Lives ...
Jan 19, 2015 • WAPT Jackson“He was all about equality,” Miriam Gray, a teacher at Lanier High School, said of King. “He was all about people coming together.” “Other races can join too to help us get the word out and make our community better" said Tiffaney Bryant, a student ... More
A Celebration of Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. - A Panel Discussion with The ...
Jan 8, 2015 • WGRZ-TVJessie James Davis was a nineteen year old graduate of Lanier High School in Jackson, Mississippi when he was arrested for his participation in a sit-in at the Trailways bus terminal on July 9, 1961. Following his arrest Davis remained active in the ... More
'New Day, New Way' at Lanier High School
Sep 3, 2014 • Jackson Free Press#As the first high school built for African American children in the city of Jackson, as well as the oldest high school still in operation, Lanier High School was designated as a Mississippi landmark in 2007. The school was built in 1952 at 833 Maple ... More
Remembering 'Mr. Hayes' The closing of a walking library
Dec 31, 2014 • Themississippilink“Mr. Hayes,” as he was affectionately known, was a retired Jackson, Miss. principal and educator. He is described by his longtime friend, Luther B. Buckely, as one of the top educators in the state and in the nation. “We were schoolmates at Lanier High ... More
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