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Safety trainers educate first responders

School Grades: Alcorn sees best ever, Corinth recovers

Arena to host Alcorn County Fair this week

Suicide attempt ends on positive note

Fire departments get boost as county adopts new budget

World record pilot touches down in county

'The 39 Steps': CT-A presents 4-person play

Corinth adopts FY 2020 budget

MHP investigates fatal school bus wreck

On the road: Corinth family travels country in an RV


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Leon McCalister

GLEN — Services for Terry Leon McCalister, 70, are set for. . .

Katherine Haynes

Services for Katherine Browder Haynes, 99 of Corinth, is set for. . .

Edward Joe Steen

COUNCE, Tenn. – Services for Edwin Joe Steen, 67, of. . .

Ellis Leon Snow

Ellis Leon Snow, 79, died on Saturday, September 14, 2019, at. . .

Daniel Ladson Shwab

A private memorial service for Daniel Ladson Shwab, 73, are set. . .

Clyde Herbert Wren

BOONEVILLE – Services for Clyde Herbert Wren, 79, are set. . .

Lee Martin Triplett

Services for Lee Triplett, 77, of Corinth died on Friday,. . .

Edward Joe Steen

GUYS, Tenn. – Edward Joe Steen, 67, died on Thursday,. . .

O.E. Spencer III

Celebration of life services with military honors for O.E.. . .

Shirley Temple Rorie

BRANDON – Services for Shirley Temple Rorie, 81, are set. . .

Safety trainers educate first responders


Staff photo by Mark Boehler
Corinth Fire Department Chief Todd Welch and CFD Training Officer Jerry Whirley discuss the arrival of the Norfolk Southern First Responder Safety Train in Corinth for two days of training exercises in railroad safety. First responders can still sign up for two sessions of safety classes today.

By Mark Boehler

editor@dailycorinthian.com

About two dozen trains roll through Corinth everyday on the historic railroad crossing which made the Cross City famous during the Civil War.

It remains a town today rooted deep in railroad history with the presen

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Corinth rallies, tops New Albany in five sets to grab division lead


Photo by Larry Glidewell

Corinth senior All-State libero Sarah Kate Burns returns a kill shot in the fifth set of Tuesday's division match against two-time defending division champion New Albany. The No. 8 Lady Warriors fell into a 2-1 hole and trailed early in set four before somehow reaching down inside themselves and pulling out a huge win over the Lady Bulldogs at CHS gym. "This win is huge," said Corinth head coach Kelly Wright, "not only in the win column but mentally and emotionally as well. They (New Albany) have taken the division crown from us the past two years, and are a really good team, so this was sweet getting this kind of emotional win at home. But we have to play them again." Burns is part of a senior-laden class that controlled the division prior to New Albany's two-year run so this was a huge win for her and her teammates, too. "We all came together after we lost those two sets and we decided we were just gonna settle down and play our game and that's what we did. This felt like a playoff game to me. And our fan support was really huge as always." Corinth improves to 20-2 overall and 1-0 in division play. They travel to take on Ripley Thursday.


Trump era is not as extraordinary as some think

Around Washington, in sundry upscale locales, in large quadrants of the internet, you still encounter lamentations about Donald Trump's takeover of the Republican Party and prophecies of the party's approaching doom. Never-Trumpers are less thick on . . .

'Locked and loaded' for war on Iran?

"Iran has launched an unprecedented attack on the world's energy supply," declared Secretary of State Mike Pompeo. Putting America's credibility on the line, Pompeo accused Iran of carrying out the devastating attack on Saudi oil facilities that halt. . .