To say 2018 was a whirlwind year for Jon Levingston would be an understatement.
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The Clarksdale Mayor of Board and Commissioners passed three resolutions at a special meeting Friday to go before the state legislature that could cause some changes in the electoral process and lead to funding for projects.
The Clarksdale Board of Mayor and Commissioners approved the promotion of Fernando Harris to assistant police chief and the hiring of four new officers during a special meeting held Friday at city hall.
Production is set to begin in February for the film “Purple Church: With God All Things Are Possible,” which will take place in Clarksdale.
Actor Morgan Freeman highlighted many events going on throughout Clarksdale on New Year’s Eve Monday as tourists and Coahoma County residents went to different clubs to ring in 2019.
In my senior year at W.A. Higgins High School in Clarksdale, I served on the yearbook staff. A classmate, Viola Yarbrough, was the editor. She handed me her Brownie Hawkeye camera and almost ordered me to take photos. That was the real beginning of my love of photography.
The Clarksdale Board of Mayor and Commissioners approved a resolution Friday that makes it easier to get something passed during a special election.
Hal “Ken” Smith, Jr., 48, who was employed with Nutrien AG Solutions and a Clarksdale resident, died Friday, Dec. 28, 2018, at Clarksdale.
Ken loved to fish and hunt.
An inch of rain that fell steadily on Thursday, Dec. 27 and the threat of even more rain on Wednesday, Jan. 2 and Thursday, Jan. 3 has Clarksdale and Coahoma County residents living in flood-prone areas keeping a wary eye on the Big and Little Sunflower rivers.
Clarksdale city officials, as well as its residents, have been happy to see gas prices plummet in the city to where they’re comparable to surrounding towns in the Delta.