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Senate candidates to face off Tuesday

Woman faces fraud charges

Ham Radio Field Day

Shiloh Battlefield comes alive with cannon firing, history

Sears to close next month

Doctor shares details of MRHC emergency medical training program

Summer temps arrive early

County, Caterpillar settle back taxes dispute

'Where my heart is'

CHS seniors graduate

Community events

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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 »

Lillie Thrasher Odle

Services to celebrate the life of Lillie Odle, 97, are scheduled. . .

Taylor Mabry

MEMPHIS, Tenn. — Funeral services for Taylor M. Mabry, 80,. . .

Duane Butler

Funeral services for Ronald Duane Butler, 58, of Corinth, are. . .

Virginia 'Gingo' Scott

FLAT ROCK, N.C. — Funeral services for Virginia Lynn. . .

Tony Littlejohn

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

John Jacob Walters

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

Dempsey Leland Moore

Dempsey Moore, 91, of Corinth, died Thursday, June 14, 2018 at. . .

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

RED BAY, Ala. -- Funeral services for Readus Mae Streetman, 78,. . .

Senate candidates to face off Tuesday

By Jebb Johnston jjohnston@dailycorinthian.com
Voters will select a Democrat to oppose Republican incumbent Roger Wicker for the U.S. Senate in Tuesday's primary runoff.
The candidates are David Baria of Waveland, a member of the Mississippi House of Representative

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Frazier at Warrior Stadium, where it all began

Photo by Kent Mohundro

New Indianapolis Colts assistant coach Parks Frazier poses on the Warrior head at Warrior Stadium, donning his new Colts cap and pullover, during his stop in Corinth this week. In his right hand he holds a special Colts-engraved football. Frazier recently left his graduate assistant position at Arkansas State to assume his new role as assistant to head coach Frank Reich in Indianapolis. The new Colts assistant is also tasked with working with the Colts quarterbacks, which includes veteran Andrew Luck. Read the feature story for more details on Frazier's journey to the pros and what his experiences have been like so far in Indy.

Sharing Hearts

A Sharing Hearts volunteer shares a smile and a dance with a program participant.

Supreme court makes a 'Bartleby' decision

"I would prefer not to." That was the invariable reply of the title character of Herman Melville's 1853 story "Bartleby, the Scrivener," when asked by his employer to perform a task. It's also a phrase you might use to describe the opinion of the Sup. . .

Thoughts on the facts of life

By Ray Mosby Columnist "Most people don't know what they are doing, and some of them are really good at it." -- George Carlin ROLLING FORK -- I was perusing amid the legion of reference books that line the shelves in my office the other day when I s. . .