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CLARKSDALE – The Coahoma County Circuit Clerk’s office will be open for absentee voting from 8 a.m. until noon Saturday for the upcoming March 10 primary election.
The March Primary will see voters pick presidential, U.S. Representative, U.S. Senate and levee board candidates for both the Democratic and Republican party.
Groundbreaking ceremonies for the Howard D. Catchings Golf Driving Range and Putting Green will be held in Lambert at 10 a.m. Saturday, Feb. 29.
The three acre plot of ground will be owned by the Town of Lambert who will operate the public facility with user fees.
Recount will not affect other races or Aug. 27 runoff election
Four Coahoma County Democratic candidates are asking for an examination of ballot boxes for a wide range of reasons, including alleged voter fraud and polling place errors following the Aug. 6 primary election.
Ca’Stancia Leroyce Sonley, 37, of Clarksdale died Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020 at Baptist East Hospital in Memphis.
A family viewing will be held from 1 to 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, 2020 at Delta Burial Funeral Home in Clarksdale.
Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Eric Peacock of Brandon announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Elizabeth Peacock, to Joshua Davis Fowler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Van Robert Fowler of Clarksdale.
FedEx Corp. is supporting free admission to the Museum of Mississippi History and Mississippi Civil Rights Museum on Martin Luther King Jr. Day, January 20. The museums will also be open free of charge Saturday, January 18, and Sunday, January 19.
Robert Blake Ashmore was convicted this morning of first-degree murder of Mason Howard, 19, with a 12-gauge shotgun on April 9, 2016 and sentenced to life in prison under the Mississippi Department of Corrections.
The verdict came in a jury trial in second circuit judge Al Smith’s courtroom.
When Lea Ann Byrd sees a need, she takes it upon herself to offer a remedy.
And when she looked at Coahoma County and the surrounding towns in the Delta, she saw an area that was being greatly underserved and in need of a new medical facility.
Clarksdale voters could be faced with a $20 million decision come this November.
That’s the early estimate Mayor Chuck Espy has given for the repair bill to fix the city’s aging infrastructure and alleviate flooding woes that have plagued Clarksdale for the past several years.
Coahoma women’s basketball has been putting in serious work this offseason. They were looking for the best recruits in America to turn around the Lady Tigers. Three talented young ladies signed scholarships to be a part of “Tiger Nation.”
All three signees come from Clarksdale High School in Clarksdale, MS.