The Clarksdale School Board met at noon Friday for a student matter and to discuss the time of an upcoming meeting, but prior to the board meeting, school officials discussed briefly their thoughts on allegations of cheating.
Although the large stage at Martin Luther King Jr. Park was completed nearly a year ago, there have been only two events at the stage.
Third Street is getting a small facelift, courtesy of some professional designers.
Coahoma Community College will host its 63rd annual Spring Commencement Ceremony Saturday, May 9.
City grant writer Mac Crank approached the county board Monday to request $10,000 the Rhythm & Blues Music Hall of Fame Museum induction ceremony and concert June 6.
Last Tuesday three Clarksdale residents were honored at the 2015 President’s Volunteer Service Award program.
Fifteen Coahoma Community College students are now members of the prestigious Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society, following an induction ceremony Thursday evening.
A 2-year-old girl was hit and killed by a car around 2:14 p.m. on Sunday afternoon in front of her home at 926 Spruce St.
Rachel Cirilli, an interior designer and the owner of Embellish LLC, a new store on Third Street, works on a home design. Cirilli opened her store next door to Erica Hall’s new store, Oak & Ivy, a plant arrangement boutique.
Three people from Clarksdale were recognized at the President’s Volunteer Service Award April 28. They were Erik Allgood, in the back in the gray suit, Cynthia Hudock, the second person to Allgood’s right and Shanelle Frazier, who is to Hudock’s right.
Cohaoma Community College's newest Phi Theta Kappa inductees include, front row, from left, Ashley Craig of Frairs Point, Mississippi; Jozette Ringo of Alligator, Mississippi; Mary Shields of Tunica, Mississippi; Marilyn Myles of Coahoma, Mississippi; Sarriah Ceasar of Marks, Mississippi; Sandy Tomlinson of Lyon, Mississippi; Nyesha Lynn (secretary) of Indianola, Mississippi; Monique Thomas of Clarksdale, Mississippi; Lashondria Gooden (president) of Clarksdale, Mississippi; (back row) Nicholas Proctor of Cleveland, Mississippi; Jaelin Tills of Clarkdale, Mississippi; Justin Johnson of Clarksdale, Mississippi; Christopher Wilson of Clarksdale, Mississippi; Deion Warren of Mound Bayou, Mississippi and Tre'Voris Word (vice president) of Southaven, Mississippi.
Lewis Benson (right), the father of the 2-year-old girl struck and killed by a driver on Spruce Avenue Sunday afternoon, looks on as Tish Clark, a reporter with Channel 24 in Memphis, takes a video of the memorial in his yard. Benson said his daughter was playing outside and ran across the street to her grandmother, and said the driver struck the child and kept driving. Police say the driver feared for his life at the scene and called 911 from a public location nearby.
Senior man with moustache, posing in studio, close-up, portrait