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Shiloh Battlefield comes alive with cannon firing, history

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Retirement Reception
The Alcorn County Welcome Center will host a retirement party for Nancy Carter from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Wednesday ... « more »


Cary Myers

Services for Cary Collins Myers, 72, are set for 11 a.m. Friday. . .

Billy Joe Mincy

GLEN — Services for Billy Joe Mincy, 83, are set for 11:30. . .

Tony Littlejohn

Funeral services for Tony Charles Littlejohn, 58 of Michie,. . .

John Jacob Walters

IUKA -- Graveside funeral services for John Jacob Walters, 79,. . .

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Carolyn Peters

A Celebration of Life service for Carolyn Jean Peters, 75, of. . .

Timothy 'Tim' Byrd

SALTILLO -- A service celebrating the life of Timothy Lee "Tim". . .

Readus Streetman

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Bertie Glidewell

IUKA -- Funeral services for Bertie Mae Glidewell, 96, were held. . .

Nathaniel O'neal 'Mac' McAfee

Nathaniel O'neal "Mac" McAfee, 66, died Wednesday, June 13,. . .

Shiloh Battlefield comes alive with cannon firing, history


A crew will be firing a six-pounder smoothbore cannon throughout the day on Saturday and Sunday at Shiloh National Military Park.

BY ZACK STEEN zsteen@dailycorinthian.com
The hallowed grounds at Shiloh will come alive this weekend.
Shiloh National Military Park will host Booming on the Battlefield cannon firing demonstrations on Saturday and Sunday.
A crew will be firing the park's six-pounde

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Aggies, Warriors preparing for 2018 season


Daily Corinthian File Photo

Kossuth quarterback Matthew Bobo throws a pass while being pursued by Corinth's Carter Bonds during last year's Aggies/Warriors game at Larry B Mitchell Stadium. Bobo and Bonds are two of the top area players entering the 2018 season. Bobo is a rising senior while Bonds is an All-State candidate as a rising junior. He led the state in tackles as a freshman and almost did again as a sophomore last fall. The two county rivals open their respective regular seasons Aug. 17, but will play pre-season tune-ups with jamboree games on August 10. Read all the details in "What's Going On Around Here."

Auditor arrests former Burnsville city clerk


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Bias and the beholder

Would you consider a jihadist biased against Jews? Could a member of a white supremacist group be accused of bias against non-whites? The Justice Department's inspector general, Michael Horowitz, and FBI Director Christopher Wray claim the 500-plus-p. . .

Will we get tired of so much winning?

It was a week full of wins for President Donald Trump -- at least for those who share Trump's view of the way the world works, and perhaps even for some who don't. Exhibit A is Trump's summit meeting with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un in Singapor. . .