FRIARS POINT — After Tracy Vance was terminated as Friars Point police chief, the plan was to fill the position, but the city council chose a different path in May.
Bruce Ellis, owner of Delta Cinema on Third Street, sued the city of Clarksdale and Clarksdale Public Utilities earlier in the year alleging they must pay for damage from a sewer that caused the theater to close.
But the case is raising many questions for the court, including who is responsible for alleged damages.
Several food giveaways have taken place in Coahoma County since March when the coronavirus pandemic began causing economic problems everywhere.
Melody Ndiaye noticed one issue that had not been addressed and decided to do something about it. She organized a food giveaway for frontline workers at Sasse Park Saturday morning. Between 250 to 300 frontline workers received gift bags with a choice of a hot dog, homemade sub sandwich, pizza and fried taco.
Richard Webster was a local public figure for many years as the mayor of Clarksdale, a broadcaster and avid golfer and family and friends will remember him as man of service to others.
Webster, the mayor from 1975 to 1986 and 1997 to 2001, died Saturday at age 72.
JONESTOWN—Gov. Tate Reeves has lifted restrictions allowing more businesses to open throughout the state of Mississippi, but with the amount of coronavirus cases in Jonestown, the town will still close at 8 p.m. daily.
Mayor Kenny Lester made the announcement during the city council meeting Monday.