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Civitan Club shows business appreciation
by Kimberly Shelton
Expressing gratitude for their community partners, the Corinth Civitan Club hosted a special "thank you" on Wednesday. "We wanted to do something to recognize our local businesses for everything they do for us throughout the year," said Club President Lesley Raines. "They are a vital part of our club and we appreciate everything they do to assist us in continuing our mission of aiding local you...
Lenten Luncheons begins its 36th year
by Kimberly Shelton
Back by popular demand, the Lenten Luncheons will make their highly-anticipated return to the Weaver Center in March. Now in its 36th year, the ladies of First United Methodist Church have planned some phenomenal meals for the luncheons which will begin on Wednesday, March 1. Held at noon each Wednesday until April 5, the weekly event will feature a different speaker at each luncheon. A schedul...
'Building Bridges' 
offers online classes

by Brant Sappington
A new collaboration between the Baldwyn and Booneville school districts will open doors for state of the art learning for students both locally and throughout the region. The districts were approved last week as Mississippi Districts of Innovation, allowing them to work together to provide advanced and specialized educational programs for students in both districts. Under the project, known as ...
Alcorn Schools 
set registration

by L.A. Story
The opportunity is near for Alcorn County children to register and get started on their journey toward a great education. The Alcorn County School District will be holding a district-wide registration for all pre-kindergarten and kindergarten students for the 2017-2018 school year from 1 p.m. until 5 p.m. on Thursday, April 6, at Kossuth, Alcorn Central, and Biggersville Elementary Schools. The...
CES students meet community he...
The kindergarten students at Corinth Elementary School can now answer the question “Who are the p...
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Supervisors take care of jail,...
Several items from the sheriff’s department and correctional facility came before the Board of Su...
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Delinquent lunch charge policy...
The Alcorn County School District recently reached out to provide clarification of its delinquent...
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Bridal event offers fun and in...
Those attending the 2017 Corinth Bridal & Event Show will have an opportunity to win fabulous giv...
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Collections flatten on tourism...
After several years of setting record highs, sales and tourism tax collections in Corinth appear ...
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Extension to
 host quail & 
tu...
Helping landowners create inviting habitats for a pair of the area’s most important game birds is...
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Courthouse trees set for a trim
The trees of court square are due for some trimming and pruning after some recent concerns about ...
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Family comedy takes CT-A stage
Director Joshua Steen calls his cast the best he’s ever seen grace the Corinth Theatre-Arts stage...
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Info sought in theft of excavator
Residents are being asked to be on the lookout for a backhoe stolen from a local water associatio...
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Black History Month 
program w...
African-Americans who have protected and served their community will be honored this Sunday with ...
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People of the Crossroads – Kri...
Thirty-plus year Corinth resident Kristy Hopkins said she loves spending time with her seven gran...
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Civitan Club honors community ...
Expressing gratitude for their community partners, the Corinth Civitan Club hosted a special "tha...
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Sports
The Thankless Job Of A Re...
by Kent Mohundrokmohundro@dailycorinthian.com
Imagine yourself browsing the daily paper and finding yourself in the want ads. One ad in particular catches your eye and your attention because it’s quite different from t...
Corinth, Biggersville Fal...
by Kent Mohundrokmohundro@dailycorinthian.com
Two Alcorn County teams were all that remained alive heading into the second round of the boys North Half state playoffs Saturday evening, and both dropped road games to en...
Scoreboard 02/25
by the Daily Corinthian
HS Baseball (Booneville Classic @ NEMCC) (Game 1) Booneville 11 Sheffield (AL) 0 SHS 000 00 - 0 2 3 BHS 034 40 - 11 6 0 (WP) Weston ...
Local Schedule
by the Daily Corinthian
Today HS Basketball (North Half Boys 2nd Round) (1A) Biggersville @ Houlka, 7 (2A) Corinth @ Leake Central, 7 (WXRZ) (Boys Region 7/...
Scoreboard 02/24
by the Daily Corinthian
HS Baseball (Friday, February 24) (Booneville Classic @ NEMCC) Tishomingo County 11 Booneville 1 TCHS 160 31 - 11 9 1 BHS 001 00 - 1...
Tishomingo County, Walnut Earn Wins at Booneville Classic
by Kent Mohundrokmohundro@dailycorinthian.com
Last week was just for fun. This week it’s real. The high school baseball and softball season kicked off Friday as several area team...
Opinion
Legislature deals with re...
by Rep. Bubba Carpenter
The end of this week marked the deadline for House appropriations and revenue bills to be introduced and passed. The House Appropriations Committee finished passing bills r...
What is the solution to t...
by Patrick Buchanan
As the culture war is about irreconcilable beliefs about God and man, right and wrong, good and evil, and is at root a religious war, it will be with us so long as men are ...
The myth of the passive president
by Rich Lowry
President Donald Trump gives the impression of having done everything in his first month in the White House -- except think about Co...
What happened to conservative optimism?
by Cal Thomas
I had never heard of Milo Yiannopoulos until recently, perhaps because I don't visit some of the websites where his musings are publ...
Trump eviscerates the liberal media
by Larry Elder
It was riveting. In his first solo press conference, President Donald Trump spent much of the hour berating the media for what Trump...
What's happening in Sweden
by Rich Lowry
As if on cue, riots broke out in a heavily immigrant suburb of Stockholm as soon as the media mocked President Donald Trump for a va...
Trump and the media: Demolition derby
by Cal Thomas
The traditional media have decided not to take President Trump's insults lying down. After what may be the strongest -- and to his s...
Crossroads
Forty-year-old legislatio...
by Stacy Jones
n 1972, one of the most significant education amendments was implemented under the Nixon administration. Known to the public as Title IX, the legislation protected students...
Murphy's Law applies to m...
by Lora Ann Huff
While sitting in a doctor’s office the other day, I saw a framed list of Murphy’s Law scenarios and was laughing out loud before the doctor came in. Later I tried to find a...
Nothing's new and God nev...
by Lora Ann Huff
The other day my younger son complained that he felt like the project he was working on was just “spinning his wheels” and not really accomplishing anything. I understand t...
Valentine’s Day is full of legend and should be full of thought
by Stacy Jones
The world is full of poetry, much of it concerning love and the world of lovers. “If ever two were one, then surely we,” wrote Purit...
Black History Month comments raise questions
by Stacy Jones
This week, the president spoke favorably of the new National Museum of African-American History and Culture, part of the Smithsonian...
Jimmy Reed's stories always bring a smile, enjoyment every read
by Lora Ann Huff
(Editor’s Note: Jimmy Reed’s column can be found on page 10A in today’s newspaper.) Anyone who reads Jimmy Reed’s column in our news...
Be careful with lump sum benefit
by Roy and Diane Thompson
We received a phone call from a client this week regarding the Lump Sum Death Benefit and some misunderstandings of the rule. So, th...
Accomplished NASA mathematician no longer “hidden” in shadows
by Stacy Jones
Space was once dubbed the “final frontier,” and humankind endeavored to “transcend the surly bonds of earth,” as poet and aviator Jo...
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