Contact Us e-Edition Crossroads Magazine
Top News
2 residents face drug, other charges
by Zack Steen
Two Corinth residents face multiple charges after a disturbance at a Alcorn County home. Sheriff Ben Caldwell said an altercation between two people at a residence on County Road 111 near Box Chapel on Sunday resulted in a search of the home. Investigators discovered over an ounce of Methamphetamine and items used to manufacture Methamphetamine as well as several tablets of MDMA (Ecstasy).  Dep...
Corinth Music Club kicks off fall season
by L.A. Story
Fall is in the air and it is bringing the sweet strains of music with it. The fall season of the Corinth Music Club’s mid-morning concert series will kick off Thursday at 11 a.m. at the Fillmore Street Chapel. Special guests set to perform Thursday will be the First Baptist Church Men’s Quartet. The quartet members are Colon McGee, tenor; Sammy Allred, lead; Randy Richey, baritone; and Phil Mat...
Police make arrest after shooting
by Mark Boehler
A 55-year-old Corinth man has been arrested for the Wednesday night shooting. Corinth Police Department Detective Heather Russell told the Daily Corinthian the suspect is Roderick Surratt of 1311 Phillips Street, the location of the 10 p.m. Wednesday shooting. He faces a felony aggravated assault charge. He was released from jail Friday on a $50,000 bond. Multiple rounds from a handgun were fir...
Sheriff's office makes vehicle...
A 42-year-old Alcorn County man faces charges for burglarizing vehicles in the Alcorn Central sch...
full story
Living history: NPS hosts anni...
The sound of musketry, the roar of cannon, and the pounding of hoof beats will be heard at one of...
full story
Community yard sale benefits m...
The fall version of the Daily Corinthian Community Yard Sale is shaping up to be a good one. The ...
full story
Ride for Wreaths to honor fall...
Get the steel horses ready for the fifth annual Ride for Wreaths taking place Saturday. The annua...
full story
Corinth police investigate sho...
The Corinth Police Department is investigating a Wednesday night shooting and a prime suspect rem...
full story
Accidental shooting leads to f...
A 40-year-old Hammond, La., man faces two felony charges after what turned out to be an accidenta...
full story
Suicide widow speaks out: Woma...
It has been almost six years, but the image is forever seared into her brain — the day Doris “Dee...
full story
Missing man's vehicle found
A Corinth family is waiting on results from the state crime lab after their missing relative’s ve...
full story
A Night to Howl at the Moon
Animal lovers will get a chance to howl under the moon for a good cause. The Corinth-Alcorn Anima...
full story
Memories from the Alcorn Count...
Get the Tuesday, Sept. 19, edition of the Daily Corinthian for more photos from the Alcorn County...
full story
Sheriff's office investigates ...
FARMINGTON — The Alcorn County Sheriff’s Department continues an investigation of the “suspicious...
full story
National honors: Corinth Coca-...
The Crossroads area can truly “have a Coke and a smile” as a locally based company recently recei...
full story
Sports
Peters Wins Pigskin Picks
by the Daily Corinthian
Pigskin Pickers had what I like to refer to as a ‘hardluck week’ as only six of the 49 total entries registered 10 wins or more. Compare that to last week when over half of...
Bulldogs Remain In Top 25
by Mississippi State Sports Information
STARKVILLE — Mississippi State football remained in the Top 25 polls this week, ranking No. 24 in both the Associated Press and Amway Coaches polls released on Sunday. The ...
Scoreboard
by the Daily Corinthian
Saturday, September 23 HS Softball @ Corinth Tournament Kossuth 9 Eupora 0 EHS 000 000 0 - 0 9 2 KHS 513 000 x - 9 18 2 (WP) Avery M...
State/Regional Collegiate Scoreboard
by the Daily Corinthian
Georgia 31 Mississippi State 3 LSU 35 Syracuse 26 Auburn 51 Missouri 14 Alabama 59 Vanderbilt 0 South Carolina 17 Louisiana Tech 16 ...
Local Scoreboard
by the Daily Corinthian
Friday, Sept. 22 HS Football This boxscore was mistakenly left out of Saturday’s paper. @ Humboldt McNairy Central 63, Humboldt 0 MC...
Georgia routs Mississippi State between the hedges
by The Associated Press
ATHENS, Ga.— Freshman Jake Fromm threw a pair of touchdown passes in another poised showing on the big stage, the defense stifled Ni...
Opinion
Do regulators hear praise...
JACKSON (AP) — It's beginning to sound like 2010 again at the Public Service Commission. Business and government leaders have streamed into rate proceedings over Mississipp...
Wicker praises Trump's sp...
by Sen. Roger Wicker
In his first address to the United Nations, President Trump was unapologetically clear and firm about America’s priorities, namely our resolve to counter a nuclear-armed No...
Give Japan and South Kore...
by Dick Morris & Eileen McGann
On May 6, 1981, New York Times columnist Drew Middleton explained the rationale behind French President Charles de Gaulle's decision to develop France's own nuclear weapons...
Meeting the real monster
by Ray Mosby
“Cruelty has a Human Heart…terror the Human Form Divine and Secrecy the Human Dress.”—William Blake ROLLING FORK  — Along with my co...
Preexisting conditions are key issue
by Dr. Glenn Mollette
Ask your Congressman to not penalize Americans who have preexisting medical conditions. The idea floating around now in Congress tha...
Rewriting the single mom story
by Lenore Skenazy
When Emma Johnson was growing up, she was certain of one thing: She would never be a single mom. After all, she'd been raised by one...
The UN: Once 'useless,' now useful
by Cal Thomas
While campaigning for the presidency, Donald Trump more than once referred to the United Nations as a "useless" organization and "no...
Court to public officials who meet in private: ‘Don’t’
by Layne Bruce
JACKSON – It was a long, rainy summer across much of the state. But September brought with it lots of sunshine – both literally and ...
Crossroads
Educators’ responsibility...
by Stacy Jones
This week I viewed a story on the evening news that disturbed me. No matter what restrictions—or lack of restraints—that one believes regarding the proliferation of guns in...
Children have a way with ...
by Lora Ann Huff
A friend sent me some stories and comments made by children, and although I’ve shared some of them before, I thought we needed a smile this week. Anyone who appreciates the...
Public education is vital...
by Stacy Jones
I spent this week at a meeting in Nashville reviewing end-of-course assessment items for Tennessee’s state department of education. I have contracted independently in this ...
A house and a home are different things
by Lora Ann Huff
Many years ago my Home Economics teacher at Alcorn Central High School marked me for life. Mrs. Lorene Dean stressed over and over t...
History of Labor Day suggests much more than day of rest
by Stacy Jones
Like most Americans, I do not plan to be working Monday. I will refrain from labor on my day off. Many people, though, who see it as...
Rogers' quotes offer wit and insight
by Lora Ann Huff
The following quotes are supposedly by comedian Will Rogers, and since someone shared them with me, I felt the need to “pay it forwa...
Trip to former President’s town offers unrivaled experience
by Stacy Jones
My quest to visit Plains, Georgia began last fall when I discovered the Plains Inn, the quaint, renovated upstairs hotel above an an...
God is faithful through our trials
by Lora Ann Huff
With troubles in our country and around the world, many may wonder what will happen next; but in our area there are undoubtedly hund...
AP Video



RSS Feeds
Daily corinthian stories feed