CCHS’s Phillips dominant on basketball court, football field
“Ain’t No Place,” a music video which Clarksdale’s Coop Cooper filmed, will be in the upcoming Oxford Film Festival scheduled for Feb. 6 to 10.
An electrical fire burned down a historical Jonestown home on three-and-a-half acres of land between late Saturday night and early Sunday morning.
Many exciting moments in sports happened throughout 2018 as local athletes in Coahoma County achieved at all different levels.
We at the Press Register took the time to rate the top five stories that occurred throughout the previous year as a way of looking back on everything.
Smith named All-Area MVP, Johnson earns coach of year
Henry Johnson has not missed the playoffs in all of his 19 seasons as a high school head football coach.
His sixth season with Clarksdale High School in 2018 was no different, but he and his athletes earned several honors along the way.
An exhaust fan burned and caused a fire at Atzimba Mexican Restaurant on State Street on Tuesday morning, but damage was minor, no injuries occurred and business went uninterrupted.
According to Clarksdale Fire Department Assistant Chief Chris Chicorelli, a call came in at around 9:36 a.m. Tuesday prior to the restaurant opening.
Clarksdale resident Roosevelt Williams put in a claim Tuesday alleging a backed-up sewer caused issues at his home on Edgemont Cove and he’s asking Clarksdale Public Utilities pay for all damages.