For most of Dalton Hawes’ life, baseball has played a central role.
Customer issues continued to be at the forefront of Clarksdale Public Utilities matters when Bruce Ellis attended Tuesday’s meeting saying he has not been able operate his business Delta Cinema at 111 Third St. due to sewer line damages.
Thomas Williams Jr. is just a little more than halfway into his high school basketball career, but he already has surpassed the 500-rebound mark.
Williams Jr., a post player for Coahoma Early College High School, has 506 rebounds four games into his junior year.
Coahoma Early College High School’s first benchmark exam results of the year are in.
Principal Cloretha Jamison discussed a breakdown of the different subjects during the CECHS and Coahoma Community College board meeting Monday morning.
FRIARS POINT — The city of Friars Point was turned down for two grant applications that would have gone to remodeling property in the community.
Mayor James Washington reported during Tuesday’s city council meeting that he would reapply for both of those grants.
When Coahoma County sheriff Charles Jones learned about a federal lawsuit alleging a mentally ill man in Cleveland was arrested, jailed and denied basic care, he explained the Department of Justice sent a mandate that a jail is not the place for patients who do something due to a mental illness.