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Four inductees are in the Class of 2020 Coahoma Community College Sports Hall of Fame. They are Timothy Pollard, Jocelyn Frost, Willie Mae Lindsey and John Mayo.
“It’s too early to tell whether it’s a good idea or not.”
There are jobs out there if you want one.
  Christone “Kingfish” Ingram, the head-turning 20-year-old blues guitarist and vocalist from Clarksdale, will perform live at Proud Larry’s in Oxford this evening.

Names debated for planned Clarksdale High football stadium

By LARRY LIDDELL,

The new football/track complex at Clarksdale High School took center stage during the Clarksdale Municipal School District’s meeting Thursday.

The board approved the sale of $8.5 million in bonds to fund the construction of the complex, while the latter part of the meeting was devoted to whose name will adorn the complex.





Ruby Maurice Gordon Willis

Ruby Maurice Gordon Willis, 82, died at her home in Stewart on Wednesday, May 16, 2018.

She was born in Coahoma County on April 27, 1936, to Odes Lee and Ruby Corinne Robertson Gordon.

She was a retired employee of Choctaw County Schools and a retired seamstress.











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