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Clarksdale Municipal School District board members are looking to give all prospective candidates for the superintendent position an opportunity to learn about all of its schools.
Police activity reported on Tuesday, April 9
* 200 block of Clark Street. A shotgun and handgun were taken.
Police activity reported on Monday, April 8
100 block of Cherry Street. A wallet was taken.
The developer of a proposed public-private economic partnership that would include a grocery store, 50-home subdivision, hotel, convention center, athletic fields and water park being built in Clarksdale unveiled a new proposal Tuesday to recoup investors’ costs.
Students from St. Elizabeth Catholic School are participating in a “backpack project” to help feed needy children who would otherwise have to go hungry all weekend.
This is the third year of the project and Immaculate Conception and St. Elizabeth Catholic churches partnered to make it happen.
FRIARS POINT — When Friars Point resident Sue Craig spoke about people carelessly exceeding the speed limit in their vehicles during Tuesday’s city council meeting, mayor James Washington spoke about relief that is on the way.
The Coahoma County Board of Supervisors filed a lawsuit against C&J Railroad Company Inc. and hired the law firm Hunt Ross & Allen PA for representation during Monday’s meeting.
The Coahoma County Sheriff’s Office is cautioning residents to be sure of where their home-baked desserts are coming from after a raid earlier this week at a dorm room on the campus of Coahoma Community College.
Harriet Elinor Damsker Jaeger, 91, passed away on Friday, March 29, 2019, surrounded by her children, Robin, Gary and Peggy.