I would love it at my house if just once a year, Sara the boys and I sat down and hammered out a budget. We’d work on it for a month with each of my boys coming before Momma and me seeking funds for food, clothing, rent and -- of course -- transportation and leisure.
The system works.
While you may be dismayed by what politicians do once they get in office, we hope you never doubt the process that gets them there.
As downtowns in many small communities slowly dry up, we want to encourage people to look at our downtown area and recognize how fortunate Clarkdale is.
Bound by a railroad on the east and a river on the south, Clarksdale’s downtown is compact and clearly defined.
The Coahoma County boys basketball team may have missed out on its chance to win a third consecutive Class 2A state championship, but that does not take away from how proud we, as a community, should be of the Red Panthers.
As the rain fell, and fell, and fell, most of last week we couldn’t help but think this couldn’t have come at a better time for those in favor of Clarksdale residents agreeing in August to pick up a hefty tab to fix our drainage and flooding issues within the city limits.
When the Trump brothers, Donald Jr. and Eric, pulled the plug on their hotel company’s expansion plans — and cut their ties with Suresh and Dinesh Chawla, who own three hotels in Clarksdale — they blamed the decision on a hostile political environment.
The Clarksdale Board of Mayor and Commissioners approved a resolution Friday that makes it easier to get something passed during a special election.
Elvis Presley’s untimely death 41 years ago Thursday – Aug. 16, 1977, to be precise – at age 42 shocked the world and it is still something we hear about today.
I woke up Thursday morning seeing countless Facebook posts about Elvis’ death. The impact he had on our culture is evident.