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The Pig is back.
In a town where residents say they’ve been hungry for another grocery store option, Piggly Wiggly announced Monday plans to build a new store along Desoto Avenue near the Highway 61 bypass.
A man charged in a Clarksdale murder in mid-November made his initial court appearance on Tuesday, Dec. 18.
Nikolus TaShawn White, 19, had his request for bond denied by Clarksdale Municipal Court Judge Derek Hopson and White remains lodged in the Coahoma County Jail.
A 41-year-old Clarksdale man was shot and killed by an officer with the Clarksdale Police Department, who was investigating a reported prowler on Saturday night in a quiet residential area near downtown Clarksdale.
Less than an hour after he’d attended a community meeting on crime Monday night, a 44-year-old Clarksdale man was shot multiple times during a robbery at his home.
Darry Jenkins sustained several gunshot wounds in the robbery at his residence along the 400 block of Garfield Street.
It appears the Sunflower River peaked at nearly 22 and a half feet in downtown Clarksdale at about 9 p.m. Sunday before starting a slow withdrawal.
As of 11 a.m. Monday, the river was at 22.35 feet and starting a slow, steady descent, according to the U.S. Geological Survey's river gage located at downtown Clarksdale.
Clarksdale firefighter Willie Williams smiles while volunteering as a booth operator at an event at the S. L. A. Jones Activity Center for the elderly. Oh! and by the way, he did bring smiles to those in attendance. Thanks to all firefighters who volunteer their services with bright smiles.
The final two graduations for high schools in Coahoma County will be held this week.
Clarksdale High School’s graduation will be held at 5 p.m. Thursday in the Pinnacle at Coahoma Community College. Taylor Harris is the valedictorian and Aerial Glasper is the salutatorian.
Printcy Ray Rhodes, 55, of Clarksdale, died from injuries suffered in a car wreck on Wednesday, July 25, 2018, at Northwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center in Clarksdale.
JACKSON – The Mississippi Department of Education announced today the addition of nearly 200 experienced and highly regarded professionals from across the state to serve on the Mississippi Teacher Council (MTC).