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Ag tour highlights inside look at PCA paper mill

Tenn. most wanted suspects arrested in Corinth

Firefighters search for clues in massive fire's cause

FD's battle large barn fire at Biggersville

Honor of instructor

Grisham says position should represent the people

October is Breast Cancer Awareness

Northeast dedicates transportation facility in honor of longtime instructor

Chief scam alert: 'Don't fall for this'

State representative hosts 'Get Out and Vote' rally at Mineral Springs Park


Elections don't always run according to calendar

JACKSON -- Elections usually end when the calendar says they should, but sometimes they go into overtime.
In one Mississippi Senate race on the Gulf Coast, a Republican primary that started in August won't be resolved until the Nov. 5 general election because a jud ... « more »


Howard Ross

Howard Ross died Thursday, Oct. 10, 2019, at North Mississippi. . .

Lottie Price

Services for Lottie Dillingham Price, 86, are set for 3 p.m.. . .

James Drish

A memorial visitation for James Drish, 43, of Corinth, is set. . .

Dennis Cunningham

A gathering of family and friends for Dennis Cunningham, 42, of. . .

Catherine Cole Payne

Services for Catherine Cole Payne, 90, are set for noon on. . .

Sammy Neal McDonald

GUYS, Tenn. – A celebration of life service for Sammy Neal. . .

David N. King

Services for David N. King, 65, are set for 2 p.m. on Thursday. . .

Catherine Payne

Mrs. Catherine Payne, 90, died on October 4, 2019, at Magnolia. . .

Howard Morelock

RIENZI – Services for Howard Morelock, 87, are set for 2. . .

Sammy McDonald

Services for Sammy McDonald are set for 2 p.m. on Thursday at. . .

Ag tour highlights inside look at PCA paper mill


By Jebb Johnston
Daily Corinthian
An inside look at the paper mill and a talk by Commissioner of Agriculture & Commerce Andy Gipson will highlight the 2019 Agriculture & Forestry Tour and Awards Banquet.

The Alliance event is set for Tuesday, and RSVPs are req

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Lions in position for 1st division title


Photo by Dena Barnett

Biggersville sophomore running back Jarell 'J.J.' Jones (9) pulls away from a Hatley defender in recent game action at the Lions Den. Biggersville defeated primary division challenger Baldwyn 24-13 last Thursday to set themselves up as the current favorite to win the Division 1-1A championship. If head coach Stan Platt's club wins out, they will be heavy favorites in their remaining games, the Lions would earn the school's first ever Division 1-1A championship and enjoy home field advantage for at least the first round of the playoffs and possibly more. Region 1 is matched in the playoffs this season in the first round with Region 2 which boast two of the top five 1A teams in the state in Nanih Waiya and Noxapater along with other power programs such as Smithville, Okolona, TCPS and West Lowndes.


NBA salutes its Chinese overlords

Little did Dr. James Naismith know when he invented the game of basketball in Springfield, Massachusetts, in 1891 that, more than a century hence, it would become beholden to its Chinese overlords. The NBA disgraced itself kowtowing to Beijing after . . .

What do today's Democrats really want?

Daniel Patrick Moynihan was an American public servant with characteristics all too rare today -- integrity, intelligence, wisdom. Moynihan was a Democrat who would find a hard time being at home in today's Democratic Party. He was a policy adviser i. . .