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Report: Sales tax, tourism taxes post modest gains

Students take work skills assessment

Wildlife Tasting Supper offers 'food, fellowship and fun'

Expansion proceeds at Harper Square Mall

Event provides food, wine, music for a good cause

Relay for Life set for kickoff

Lawmakers ask for snow day exemption

3 Alcorn representatives vote in favor of funding bill

District considers teacher-student communication policy

Council set to host showcase

Community Events

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Fish on Friday
From 4 to 6 p.m. every Friday, the Easom Foundation will sell eat-in or carry-out farm-fed catfish dinners for $6 to sup ... « more »

Shannon Walters

Funeral services for Shannon Walters, 76, of Corinth, are set. . .

Rodney Runion

A celebration of the life of Rodney Runion, 65, of Corinth, will. . .

Bette Nelson

IUKA — Elizabeth J. "Bette" Nelson, 91, died Monday, Jan.. . .

C.G. 'Shorty' Milligan

OXFORD — C.G. "Shorty" Milligan, 84, died on Monday, Jan.. . .

Linda Kennedy

IUKA — Funeral services for Linda Kennedy, 58, are set for. . .

Pauline McQuilliams Brown

IUKA — Funeral services for Pauline "Cricket" Lambert. . .

Douglas Jones Sr.

IUKA — Douglas Allen Jones Sr., 67, died Sunday, Jan. 14,. . .

Jimmy Lee Butler

CHEWALLA, Tenn. — A memorial service for Jimmy Lee Butler,. . .

Lavender Bishop

FULTON — Funeral services for Lavender L. Bishop, 76, are. . .

JA to treat 4 local girls to Father Daughter Ball

Photo courtesy of Donnie Bates

Princesses arrive red carpet-style prior to the 2017 edition of the Kiwanis Father Daughter Ball.

Four local girls will be given the royal treatment ahead of the Kiwanis Father Daughter Ball.
The Junior Auxiliary of Corinth is once again sponsoring a royal treatment experience for four girls from grades second through fo

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Lady Aggies stun Belmont, stay unbeaten

Photo by Bruce Ingram

Lady Aggies stun Belmont, stay unbeaten

Kossuth senior guard Grace Stanford drives past the Belmont defense Monday night as the No. 15 Lady Aggies defeated the No. 7 Lady Cardinals 43-37 on the road to move to 21-0. The win establishes a modern-day record for Kossuth, passing the 1982-83 Lady Aggies squad that began 20-0. The Cardinals made it a split in the nightcap with a narrow 62-60 win over the Aggies. Head coach Chris Byrd said, "I'm just glad that we don't have to hear anyone else say we haven't played anybody," when asked about the Lady Aggies' triumph over the top-10 ranked Lady Cardinals on Belmont's floor.

CT-A to present large-scale version of 'Wizard of Oz'

Trump is not a despot

It hasn't been easy recently to make an attack against President Donald Trump that is over-the-top enough to stand out from the run-of-the-mill hysteria, but outgoing Republican Sen. Jeff Flake managed it. In a Senate speech hitting Trump for his bro. . .

A U.S.-Turkish clash in Syria?

The war for dominance in the Middle East, following the crushing of ISIS, appears about to commence in Syria -- with NATO allies America and Turkey on opposing sides. Turkey is moving armor and troops south to Syria's border enclave of Afrin, occupie. . .