Juggling Act

By JOSH TROY,

Coahoma County’s population has decreased by close to 3,000 residents since 2010, according to U.S. Census data, and local high school coaches are feeling the impact with fewer talented athletes on their teams.

The estimated population was 26,145 in 2010 and it dropped to an estimated 23,154 in 2017.





Moving foward: Responsibilities shuffled during suspension of three CPU supervisors

By JOSH TROY,

The show must go on.

With Clarksdale Public Utilities general manager Mark Johnson, chief financial officer Steve Reed and director of communications and public relations Chris Campos suspended with pay pending an investigation, others are taking on their responsibilities to try and meet the needs of customers.


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Sports

Coahoma Community College did not win any football games in 2018 and has been toward the bottom of... READ MORE

Obituaries

Sharon Cox Bishop, age 73, passed away at her residence in Starkville on Sept. 10, 2019 surrounded... READ MORE

Social

Sharon Cox Bishop, age 73, passed away at her residence in Starkville on Sept. 10, 2019 surrounded... READ MORE

Opinion:

I grew up a “Greenie” and played football for the West Point Greenwave. Well, maybe I should... READ MORE

Weddings & Engagements

Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Eric Peacock of Brandon announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary... READ MORE