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Supporters: Keep schools open
by Zack Steen
The rallying force behind the fight to keep Glendale and Rienzi elementary schools open pleaded to the Alcorn School Board of Education on Monday. “I’m a mom who wants to stand by what her children want,” said Jodi Fiveash, who has two children at GES. “Who is going to tell my children their school is going to close?” Fiveash and more than 150 supporters crowded the board room as Superintendent...
City concerned by cuts to upgraded streets
by Jebb Johnston
The City of Corinth and local utility services will aim for better communication and long-range planning to help avoid cuts to freshly paved streets. Mayor Tommy Irwin and five members of the Board of Aldermen had a talk Tuesday morning with representatives of the Corinth Gas and Water Department, ACE Power and the city’s sewer department. The meeting was prompted by citizen complaints followin...
Alcorn school board approves n...
An argument between two veteran Alcorn County school board members erupted during the approval pr...
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Ribbon campaign supports cance...
A sea of tangerine will fill the Corinth Elementary School cafeteria on Saturday as volunteers an...
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Bomb threats made against Tish...
IUKA -- Law enforcement agencies were summoned about 12:30 p.m. Tuesday to both Iuka Middle Schoo...
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School board to Mitchell: Cont...
Alcorn School District board members voted 4-1 Monday night to continue investigating the possibi...
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Supervisors study budget concerns
County supervisors spent a couple of hours Monday afternoon taking a look at current budget chall...
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Sports
Hodum surpasses scoring m...
by H. Lee Smith II
KOSSUTH -- All was not lost in a doubleheader setback. On a night Kossuth was swept for the sixth straight time, Kossuth’s Rick Hodum eclipsed another milestone in points. ...
Lady Bears, Lady Lions cl...
by H. Lee Smith II
Half of Alcorn County came away happy in a road venture. Both Alcorn Central and Biggersville traveled to Union County for their next-to-last contests of the regular season...
Rebel football cited in 1...
by David Brandt
Mississippi's football program was cited by the NCAA in nearly half of the 28 rules violations levied against the school in the Notice of Allegations the university recentl...
Super Bowl MVP awaits financial reward
by The Associated Press
SAN FRANCISCO -- On top of his game and now the world, Von Miller's docket is quickly filling up. A parade. Lots of parties. A princ...
Central sweeps rival in final 1-3A contests
by H. Lee Smith II
KOSSUTH -- The Alcorn Central boys survived to claim the No. 2 seed in Division 1-3A. The Booneville Blue Devils also came out a big...
Lions earn top seed, Lady Lions No. 2
by H. Lee Smith II
Biggersville claimed one and finished shy of another. The Lions completed their run following a triple-overtime loss at Jumpertown t...
Central sweeps on Senior Night
by H. Lee Smith II
GLEN -- Alcorn Central made the most of Senior Night, sweeping Hickory Flat on Friday. It also proved to be a longer celebration, as...
Kossuth drops fourth straight twinbill
by H. Lee Smith II
Back-to-back trips to Tippah County didn’t help Kossuth’s cause. One night after falling at Ripley, the Lady Aggies and Aggies were ...
Opinion
Don't discount Donald Trump
by Rich Lowry
Donald Trump's loss in Iowa wasn't just a victory for conservatives, but a loss for the mogul's routinely low and dishonest style of campaigning. There was nothing subtle a...
The failure of multicultu...
by Cal Thomas
Just as radar warns of approaching storms, so does the flood of migrants entering Europe warn us of a deluge yet to come, not only for Europeans, if they continue to allow ...
Two crowns, one gas mask ...
by Emily Wagster Pettus
JACKSON — Two of Mary Ann Mobley's dazzling crowns sat delicately on a shelf. The doe-eyed beauty won the smaller, golden-hued crown as Miss Mississippi 1958 and the larger...
One thing can keep Trump from victory
by Roger Simon
They hate him; they really hate him. Donald Trump is not the golden boy he thought he was. He thought he could build an invincible c...
No firewall for Clinton
by Dick Morris & Eileen McGann
As Hillary Clinton underwhelms in Iowa, barely eking out of a tie with Bernie Sanders – a thought that would have been ridiculous si...
The age of working-class discontent
by Rich Lowry
We live in the age of working-class discontent, which, if it wasn't obvious before, has been made plain by the passions roiling 2016...
Carmichael’s courage paved way for GOP success
by Sid Salter
My first exposure to statewide politics outside the confines of the Founder’s Square Pavilion at the Neshoba County Fairgrounds was ...
Trump's disregard for private property
by Star Parker
Donald Trump is running a pretty successful presidential campaign saying that he wants to "Make America Great Again." But he seems t...
Crossroads
Corinth Library has many ...
by By Cody Daniel, Corinth Librarian
January has turned out to be colder than we expected, but that’s just the perfect time for dipping into a good novel. Just grab a big blanket and a warm drink – we’ll take ...
The iconic ‘day the music...
Fifty-seven years ago this week, the end of an era occurred. Some might even say that it was “the day the music died,” as singer Don McLean crooned in his song “American Pi...
A good question: 'Who is ...
by Lora Ann Huff
Several years ago a friend shared a story with me that continues to stick in my mind. I used it in my column back then and most of you have heard the story elsewhere, but I...
A sad true story about what happened in Benghazi
by Terry Burns
Thirteen Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi, R, *****, John Krasinski, James Badge Dale, Pablo Schreiber, Director Michael Bay, ...
Hateful Eight brings classic Tarantino darkness
by Terry Burns
The Hateful Eight, ****1/2, R rated, Double Feature Films, 167 Minutes, Samuel Jackson, Kurt Russell, Tim Roth, Bruce Dern. I am usu...
Mothers are truly special, amazing people to treasure, enjoy
by Lora Ann Huff
Why do kids expect mothers to be such exceptional people? Maybe we are taught that by the way mothers react to meet needs or repair ...
New TN state test measures preparation for post-secondary success
by Stacy Jones
Get ready for new state tests in English and math, Tennessee—but without that anxiety that may traditionally accompany the word “tes...
'Revenant' offers frontier adventure on film
by Terry Burns
The Revenant, R, ***** 156 minutes, Leonardo DiCaprio, Tom Hardy, Director Alexandro, New Regency Pictures. This film is excellent, ...
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Alcorn School District board president Carroll Morton welcomes aboard new interim second district school board member Laura Studdard. / Staff photo by Zack Steen
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