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Chris Collins, president of Roy Collins Construction Company Inc., out of Cleveland was in town recently when he learned about the old Clarksdale High School building on School Street that is still vacant.
Big Spring, which is a group of seventh- through 10th-graders in the local Spring Initiative program, are spending Wednesday and Thursday in Nashville as part of their spring break in an effort to expand their horizons.
All 14 children will be participating in the High Ropes obstacle course, which is a team-building exercise.
Local children had the opportunity to learn about African-American history through the arts to conclude Black History Month on Friday, March 1 at the Crossroads Cultural Arts Center in Clarksdale.
Black History Month is in February.
With a dwindling alluvial plain aquifer in the 18 counties of the Mississippi Delta, local farmers are stepping things up and making an extra effort to conserve water
Declining grain prices will likely cause farmers to plant more cotton than in recent years.
The Boys & Girls Club announces two youth of the year winners for each state — a traditional and military winner.
Each year, the announcement is made in a different community in Mississippi. This year, the celebration was held in the Pinnacle at Coahoma Community College on Friday, March 8.
Two longstanding members of the Coahoma County Board of Supervisors, who made contributions to the community for many decades, died Friday, March 8.
Katherine Furr, 89, who represented District 5 on the board for 15 years, died late Friday.
Timothy Burrel, 76, who represented District 3 for 19 years, died earlier in the day.
When Queenie Vortice expressed a need for new shopping carts for herself and other Federation Towers residents, Clarksdale Police Department Assistant Chief Fernando Harris answered the call.