An audit report earlier this year showed that the Coahoma County Chancery Clerk’s Office was up to six months behind in recording the minutes from meetings conducted by the Coahoma County Board...
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Local incumbent judges Haney, Webster re-elected; levee board hopefuls McGlown, Hunter will meet in Nov. 27 runoff electionBy MICHAEL BANKS,
While there were some questions answered in Tuesday’s general election, there remain a few races where the winners are still to be determined.
Locally, Circuit Court Judge Charles Webster and County Judge Kent Haney both won re-election to their seats, as did Congressman Bennie Thompson.
A program that assists local growers and women in agriculture will be expanding as a groundbreaking ceremony was recently held for a new commercial kitchen in Clarksdale.
The kitchen will be located at the Mississippi Delta Council’s regional relief distribution warehouse at 1536 Desoto Ave.
The 2018-’19 Archonettes of the local Zeta Psi Chapter of the Zeta Phi Beta sorority are shown. Seated in the front row, from left, are Halesha Jackson, De'Maya Thompson, Allyson Holmes, Jan'Nise Thomas and Darnecia Hubbard.
Neil Price, the relatively new voice of the Mississippi State football and basketball teams recently made his first visit to Clarksdale.
From her work with special children to helping those in search of affordable housing, Sally Powell has long been a part of the Clarksdale community.
Clarksdale native Judith Goodwin Blackburn served with excellence for 37 years at the Southern Farm Bureau Casualty Insurance Company in Mississippi.
A Mississippi College accounting graduate, Blackburn worked as the company’s senior vice president and chief financial officer at the time of her passing in Jackson in July 2018.
St. Elizabeth School in Clarksdale recently held a ceremony recognizing its Reading Fair winners.
The first-place winners are shown above. They are, from left, Mary Mason Dunn (Grade 6-8 Division ESB), Madison Bridges (Grades 4-5 Division D), Kendall Earnest (Grade 3 Division C) and Piper Fondren (Grades 1-2 Division B).
St. Elizabeth School recently announced its honor roll for the first nine week grading period.
Pastor’s List (All A’s) honors went to sixth-grader Rachel Thornton, fourth-graders Cooper Flowers, Colton Dixon, Harris Stonestreet and Kayln Matthews, and third-graders Lucy Beth Anthony and Callie Jo Griffin.
The Webb School in Bell Buckle, Tenn., recently announced its A and B honor rolls for the first quarter of the 2018-’19 school year. The following Clarksdale resident earned A Honor Roll status: Chloe Tyner, 11th-grader. The following Clarksdale resident earned B Honor Roll status: Sydney Cohen, 11th-grader.