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Coahoma coronavirus count

By JOSH TROY / PRESS REGISTER,

 

A higher than normal COVID-19 infection count and easy accessibility to Memphis, Arkansas and the heart of the Mississippi Delta are reasons Coahoma County was chosen as one of the state’s first two mobile testing sites last week.

Twenty-five Coahoma County residents took advantage of the mobile testing site for the coronavirus in the parking lot of the Expo Center throughout the day on Friday, March 27. The Mississippi State Department of Health and the University of Mississippi Medical Center organized the testing.




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Virginia Ralston

Virginia Ralston, formerly of Clarksdale, passed away in Memphis on June 20 at age 94. She died peacefully, after having suffered from dementia for several years.


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Garden Club repairs Tennessee Williams signage

By SPECIAL TO THE PRESS REGISTER,

 

The Clarksdale Garden Club met Wednesday, Nov. 13, with several items of business discussed at the home of Mary Martha Bobo with Sue Anne Hughes and Jenn Mohead as hostesses.

Business conducted included approval to provide funds for the repainting of the Tennessee Williams Park signage and the light post in the Park.


Lee in North State

By STAFF REPORTS,

The Lee Academy boys and girls basketball teams will both be playing in the North State tournaments after competing in the district tournament at Indianola Academy last week.

The North State tournament is at Heritage Academy with both the Colts and Fillies going in as No. 4 seeds.



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