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Shooting leaves 2 dead

Grandmother, two kids are victims in house fire

'Huge vocal supporter' joins Corinth school board

More candidates qualify for local elections

Graduation rates increase for local schools

Fatal explosion ruled accidental

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UPDATE: Shooting leaves 2 dead


By Mark Boehler

It's a frigid cold January morning and Corinth Police Chief Ralph Dance talks to a group of four females outside 1315 Tate Street.
Near the group is a blood-stained sidewalk as the police chief tells a family member of one shooting victim that t

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Fire damages Corinth home


Photo by Mark Boehler
A Tuesday morning fire heavily damaged a house at 815 Douglas Street at the corner of Phillips Street in Corinth. The call was received about 10:30 a.m. from a neighbor who saw smoke coming from the one-story frame structure, which had heavy smoke and fire damage. The house was owned by Kym Tyson, who was not home at the time of the fire. The Corinth Fire Department sent four units to the blaze, which remains under investigation. See Wednesday's Daily Corinthian for the full story.


Some bills destined for Mississippi recycling bin

JACKSON -- Mississippi lawmakers could debate substantial issues this year, such as increasing pay for teachers and state employees, trying to bolster school safety, and trying to reduce the recidivism rate in state prisons. Some bills, though, deal . . .