With much fanfare and the cameras rolling, Clarksdale signed on the dotted line for a $7.4 million check to pay for infrastructure projects Monday.
The Mayor and Board of Commissioners will now allocated the money to begin construction on five and possibly six big street, drainage and flooding projects around the city.
We went out and took a look at the comet Sunday night, we had an earthquake Monday morning and then there is the plague and pestilence called COVID-19 going on around here.
Now, y’all know I’m Baptist, and I don’t want to get too mystical, but I do believe it is time for Summertime Revival around here.
The Care Station and Mid-South Food Bank are giving a “One! Two!” punch to hunger in Coahoma County.
The Mid-South Food Bank (MSFB) hosted a food giveaway Thursday at the Expo Center barn and the Care Station, on Monday, hosted its fourth food pantry, giving away more than 25,000-pounds of food.
I've always been told it takes 60 days from the time you plant a tomato to the time you can start harvesting fruit.
If you do the math that means those of you that planted the end of April should be serving bacon, lettuce and tomato sandwiches this week.
Coahoma County reported its seventh death from COVID-19 Friday, but the MSDH clarified the death happened between May 11 and July 7 and was based on the death certificate report that listed the county of residence.
Coahoma County posted its first reported case of coronavirus in a nursing home Monday, while the state saw the traditional drop in cases reported over the weekend.
Mississippi reported only one death from the disease on Monday.
Coahoma County went 118 days into the pandemic without a case of the virus reported in a Long Term Care (LTC) facility. The state’s case count for LTC’s also includes staff who test positive with the disease and not just residents of those facilities.
There have been no deaths reported in LTC’s in Coahoma County.