It’s all things country for local artist Jamie Jones. Read moreLocal artist brings country roots back into her life
The Mississippi Court of Appeals rejected a burglary suspect’s claim that his attorney failed to properly defend him at trial. Read moreAppeals court upholds burglary conviction
Big things are happening at Jacinto Courthouse. Read moreRenovation, expanded events highlight busy year at historic courthouse
The clock is ticking to help Corinth’s Junior Auxiliary celebrate the best of Corinth. Read moreNomination deadline nears for 2023 outstanding citizen
Another phone scam has hit the Crossroads area involving a false claim of law enforcement officers calling people to collect overdue fines. Read morePolice Chief warns of scam about unpaid fines
With Ice Storm ’94 memories and a National Weather Service Ice Storm Warning issued for Wednesday, Crossroads area residents braced for impact by closing schools and businesses and cancelling events. The warning turned mostly into a non-event with clear roadways, but the Magnolia trees on the property of the historic Verandah-Curlee House r… Read moreMagnolia Ice
Tishomingo County voters will elect a new sheriff this fall as an open race for the county’s top law enforcement job tops the ballot in the county’s general election. Read moreSheriff's race to top ballot in Tishomingo Co.
Prentiss County voters are guaranteed to see three new county supervisors, two new justice court judges, a new constable, and one new election commissioner as qualifying closed for county elections on Wednesday with a heavy slate of hopefuls seeking office. Read moreCrowded ballot set for Prentiss County elections
Another year and another dominating performance at the Class I state bowling championships as Kossuth swept both titles for the second year in a row. Read moreKossuth sweeps titles to continue bowling dynasty
Biggersville’s do-it-all guy Dylan Rowsey is headed to the next level. Read moreBiggersville’s Rowsey signs letter of intent with ICC
GLEN – Just like in the first meeting of the season between the two, Alcorn Central and Kossuth split, this time in the final Division 1-3A contest of the season. Read moreLady Bears, Aggies split their division matchups
Two bills are pending in the Mississippi Legislature that would allow voters to recall their elected officials. Read moreRep. Yates’ controversial recall bill doesn’t include lawmakers. A Senate bill does.
Statewide elections will be on the ballot later this year for all state eight statewide executive branch offices, all state district offices and for all 174 posts in the Mississippi Legislature in addition to county offices and county district offices in all 82 Mississippi counties including district and county attorneys. Read moreRestoration of Mississippi’s ballot initiative process should be on voter’s agenda in 2023
- Two face felony drug charges
- Storm brings change of freezing rain
- Music, dinner benefit will support Johnson family
- Several join local lawmaker races
- Deputies arrest man after months-long search
- County qualifying ends with light slate
- Dr. Jackson reflects on 46-year career
- PD makes felony drug arrests
- Sheriff's race to top ballot in Tishomingo Co.
- Church helps with Selma storm cleanup