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Sportsplex files Chapter 11
by Steve Beavers
There was no auction of the Corinth Sportsplex on Friday. The organization filed Chapter 11 bankruptcy Thursday afternoon in the United States Bankruptcy Court Northern District in Oxford. “After much discussion and legal counsel it became evident that the best way of accomplishing our two goals was to file for Chapter 11 protection,” said Sportsplex Executive Director Shane Casabella. “The fil...
Dangerous driving conditions
by Zack Steen
Icy roads continued to be a challenge for drivers on Corinth streets Thursday. More than two dozen minor wrecks were reported throughout the day, even after sunshine began melting most of the ice. According to Police Chief Ralph Dance, one of the worst wrecks in the city occurred around 6:40 p.m. on Oak Lane. Tyler Thomas of Corinth was east bound on the northern portion of Oak Lane when he hit...
Police investigating phone sho...
Police are searching for the quick culprit who is responsible for the early morning robbery of a ...
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Annual event, activities sprea...
Putting the pieces together. CAUSE is there to help until all the pieces fit together for those w...
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Unique approach inspires artist
On a whim, Patsy Rich tried something new and found her niche. While viewing an art exhibit at Fr...
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Sheet of sleet challenges drivers
The Crossroads got through a slippery morning commute Thursday with no major accidents, although ...
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Building projects get variance...
A half dozen requests for variances from code requirements for building projects came before the ...
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Sports
Mills, Moore sign JUCO pacts
by H. Lee Smith II
Itawamba Community College may need to open a satellite campus at Kossuth High School. ICC nabbed another Kossuth standout last week, signing pitcher Carleigh Mills to a le...
State Tournament
by The Associated Press
Quarterfinal games: Boys at Jackson State University, Girls at Mississippi Coliseum. Tuesday Boys (1A) Ingomar 66, Montgomery Co. 54 (1A) Coffeeville 71, Salem 48 Wednesday...
Women's tourney could be ...
by The Associated Press
Some familiar names could be missing from the field when the NCAA Women's Basketball Tournament tips off later this month. Georgia has reached the tournament 20 straight ye...
State Tournament
State Tournament Quarterfinal games: Boys at Jackson State University, girls at Mississippi Coliseum. Tuesday’s Scores Boys (1A) Ing...
Moody scores 25 to boost Ole Miss
by The Associated Press
TUSCALOOSA, Ala. -- Stefan Moody scored 25 points, 22 in the second half, and Ladarius White added 19 to help Mississippi beat Alaba...
QB race highlights Ole Miss spring
by David Brandt
Three Mississippi quarterbacks — including junior college transfer Chad Kelly — have started their competition to see who will repla...
Lady Aggies fall short of state bid
by H. Lee Smith II
Kossuth almost pulled off the ultimate comeback. Instead the Lady Aggies will have to settle for a 21-win season that ended one vict...
Ole Miss trying to shake off rough week
by David Brandt
Mississippi's basketball team has picked a bad time to struggle. Just one week ago, the Rebels appeared well on their way to making ...
Opinion
Tim Ford guided House int...
by Sid Salter
The House that freshman state Rep. Tim Ford joined in 1980 was one ruled by an all-powerful speaker who took care of his friends, ignored his enemies and marginalized the r...
Watch out for China winni...
by Michael Barone
In reflecting on relations between the United States and China, Henry Kissinger in his 2011 book, "On China," notes that since he and Richard Nixon ventured to Beijing more...
Hillary stays silent unti...
by Dick Morris & Eileen McGann
Why is Hillary in hiding? No speeches. No major appearances. No tours. Just meetings with advisors and potential donors. She knows she faces a potentially dangerous situati...
The sad plight of Jihadi John
by Rich Lowry
Mohammed Emwazi, aka Jihadi John, the masked, British-accented butcher of hostages on ISIS videos, makes an unlikely victim, to say ...
Best of times or worst of times?
by Pat Buchanan
Last week, John Kerry seemed to be auditioning for the role of Dr. Pangloss. Despite jihadi violence across the Middle East and ISIS...
Kissing cousins in the Creole World
by Rheta Johnson
ST. FRANCISVILLE, La. – Fine art photographer Richard Sexton of New Orleans is an erudite, elegant man whose sartorial care adds to ...
Hillary before the fall
by Roger Simon
I have been thinking about the sin of pride lately, not because I suffer from it but because it plays such a large role in politics....
The honesty gap
by Thomas Sowell
There may be some poetic justice in the recent revelation that Hillary Clinton, who has made big noises about a "pay gap" between wo...
Crossroads
Technology has changed in...
by Stacy Jones
As I sit writing on this Wednesday night, Mississippi remains in the throes of a winter storm warning. Of course, I’m inside, warm, full of homemade chili and sweet snow cr...
‘Kingsmen’ brings enough ...
by Terry Burns
Kingsman: The Secret Service. R. ***1/2. Colin Firth, Taron Egaton, Samuel L. Jackson. Director Matthew Vaughn. 20th Century Fox. Length 129 minutes. The movie begins when ...
Messages from the heart r...
by Lora Ann Huff
It’s that time of the year again – time for hearts and flowers and boxed candy, time to let special folks know they are appreciated. I really believe Valentine’s Day has be...
Weekend proves unlucky for unlocking or driving vehicles
by Stacy Jones
My car might be easy for some thieves to steal, but if I truly want to prevent theft, I know what to do now to keep almost anyone fr...
Wishing for normal
by Lora Ann Huff
At the end of a couple of days this week, I went over in my mind the details of how tired I was and why. My schedule had been full a...
Local wild game supper offers unique experience rooted in tradition
by Stacy Jones
In modern society, most of us do not think about the food we eat. We are accustomed to immediacy and convenience when it comes to me...
Pancakes
by Lora Ann Huff
A story was forwarded to me lately that really reminded me of how God’s love is so amazing and so caring. Sometimes we are led to be...
Poignancy of Challenger disaster remains after nearly three decades
by Stacy Jones
I was truly part of the space shuttle generation. I vaguely recall being in first grade April 12, 1981, and watching the very first ...
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Heavy rainfall on March 4 caused flooding issues on Oak Lane and other streets in Corinth.
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