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State delays release of school ratings

County eyes sale of incubator building

Outstanding athlete chosen as CHS 2018 Distinguished Alumnus

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Free Medical Clinic
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Red Jolly

MYRTLE — Services for Alfred Eugene "Red" Jolly, 88, are. . .

Wylodene Bonds

IUKA -- Funeral services for Wylodene Bonds, 94, were held. . .

Joyce Gist Anglin

IUKA -- Funeral services for Joyce Gist Anglin, 81, were held. . .

Sammy Lee Bowers

MICHIE, Tenn. -- Funeral services for Sammy Lee Bowers, 76, were. . .

Lorraine Rogers

Services for Lorraine Rogers, 86, were held Friday, Sept. 14 at. . .

Inez Keller

Services for Ruby Inez Keller, 98, were held Friday, Sept. 14 at. . .

Robert Gray Sr.

Services for Robert Grant Gray Sr., 75, of Corinth, were held. . .

Bit Brawner-Leatherwood

Funeral Services for Ethel "Bit" Brawner-Leatherwood, 90, of. . .

David Mullins

RIENZI -- Funeral services for David JC Mullins, 82, were held. . .

George Gilsmer

There are no services planned at this time for George R.. . .

State delays release of school ratings

Accountability ratings have been delayed for Mississippi schools.

Less than one hour before the letter grades for schools were to be released, the state board of education instead announced a delay of the ratings until October.

Unofficial school letter grades

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New Albany outlasts Corinth in 5 sets

Photo by Tee Rage Photography

Corinth's Allison Greene rises for a kill attempt against New Albany during their marathon match Thursday night at Warrior gym. The Lady Bulldogs took a 2-0 lead before the Lady Warriors stormed back to win sets 3 and 4 to force a fifth and deciding set, won by New Albany 15-11. The loss is the first in division play for Corinth as they now sport a 15-3 overall record with a 2-1 mark in Region 1/District 1. The Lady 'Dogs are now in sole possession of the division lead. The two teams will meet again in two weeks in New Albany. Check the scoreboard on this page for more Thursday scores from around the area.

Fairytale Ball to benefit toy drive

Photo Courtesy of Margaret Bradley
Little Riley McCoy gets a hug from Cinderella, one of the princesses who will be available at the Corinth Fairytale Ball this Saturday at the Franklin Courtyard.

Democrats' delay tactics

You have to hand it to the Democrats. They know how to use the media and the political process to gum up the works when it is to their advantage. Following the last-minute surfacing of Christine Blasey Ford, who claims she was sexually assaulted by B. . .

Feinstein takes on Kavanaugh

While questioning Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh about abortion during his Senate confirmation hearings, Senator Dianne Feinstein grossly misstated statistics about abortion deaths before Roe v. Wade. "In the 1950s and 1960s, two decades befor. . .