If you see any photos in our photo gallery on this web site you would like to have a print of, just give us a call and tell us the album and photo number (like 3 of 32) so that we can get the correct one you want. Pricing is $4.00 for a 4 x 6; $7.00 for a 5 x 7 and $12.00 for an 8 x 10.
Just give us a call at The Richton Dispatch, 601-788-6031.
Pictured from left to right: (Kneeling) Lucas Anderson, Kevion Miller, Caden Talley, Chas McIlwain, Charlie Mayo, Bradley McSwain (Middle Row) Devin Miller, Braxton Lott, J.D. Breland, Owen Carter, Brannon Riley, Nolan Carnahan, Hayden Hinton (Back Row) Coach Brad Talley, Coach Andy Mayo, Coach Chad Sullivan, Coach Brent Lott.
The Perry County 9 Year Old All Star team recently played in the District VIII All Star tournaments.
The Sub District tournament was hosted in New Augusta where the team went undefeated through the entire tournament. The District tournament was hosted in Richton where the Perry County boys finished with 2nd Place.
They played hard and even though they came up a little short and was not able to advance to the state tournament, they represented Perry County very well. We could not be prouder of them. Way to Go!!!
One of the biggest steps to financial security is learning the difference between a need and a want, according to KHEAA. Students who have learned that difference will find that their bank accounts grow more quickly.
Needs include clothes, food and, for many students, transportation.
With clothes, a want may mean wearing only designer items that cost more than clothes that last just as long and look just as good.
Students might want to eat a deluxe cheeseburger at a fast food restaurant every day, even though they can save money by making their own sandwich and brown-bagging it.
If a student needs a car to drive to and from school, a want would be a new sports convertible instead of a reliable, used car with good gas mileage and less flash. A student who lives in a city, however, might save more money by taking public transportation.
Each time students are faced with a purchase, they should ask themselves if they really need it or if they can get by with a less expensive item — or without it completely. They should save the money they don’t spend so it’s there when they really need something.
KHEAA is a public, non-profit agency established in 1966 to improve students’ access to college. It provides information about financial aid and financial literacy at no cost to students and parents. KHEAA also helps colleges manage their student loan default rates and verify information submitted on the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
In addition, KHEAA disburses private Advantage Education Loans on behalf of its sister agency, KHESLC. For more information about Advantage Education Loans, visit www.kheslc.com.
At The Richton Dispatch we are now offering personalized cell phone cases, ceramic tiles, metal tiles, coasters, award plaques, ID tags, key chains, cutting boards and many other items. Check with the high school cheerleaders at Perry Central or Richton High Schools to place your order or come by The Richton Dispatch office and we can show you some samples.