Glynn Busby, 50, of Clarksdale died May 29, 2020. Public viewing is 2 to 5 p.m. June 5, 2020 at Hornburger-Byas Funeral Home. Graveside Services will be held at Heavenly Rest Cemetery June 6, 2020.
Arrangements are entrusted to Hornburger-Byas Funeral Home.
James Edward Davis, 70, of Clarksdale, born April 27, 1950, died.
Funeral services are 11 a.m. June 12 at Heavenly Rest Cemetery. Visitation is at Century Funeral Home from 1 to 5 p.m. June 11.
Century Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
Mrs. Gail Jacks Dixon, 82, long time resident of Clarksdale passed away Monday, June 1, 2020 at her home. Visitation will be 1 to 2 p.m.
Richard M. Webster, Jr went to be with the Lord, on Saturday May 30, 2020 at Baptist Memorial Hospital in Oxford, MS. He was born on April 27, 1948 to the late Richard M. Webster, Sr and Yvonne Colvey Webster.
Something was missing from Clarksdale this Spring.
Tourist from all over this great nation and the world were not walking our streets, in our restaurants and joints, shopping in our stores and sleeping in our hotels, motels and bed-and-breakfast inns.
And we missed them.
For the second consecutive year, Coahoma Community College has won The Home Depot’s Retool Your School Campus Improvement Grant Program. The College has beaten out 60 other Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) to win a competitive $50,000 grant.
The following crime reports were released by the Clarksdale Police Department Assistant Chief Vincent Ramirez, Thu. May 7 through Tues. May 12, 2020.
Anyone with information about these crimes or any other crimes is urged to call the Clarksdale Police Department at 621-8156.
James Britt (J.B.) Herrin, Jr., a longtime resident of Clarksdale, passed away peacefully on May 22, 2020 into the arms of his Savior, Jesus Christ, surrounded by the love and devotion of his family.
They say forbidden fruit is the sweetest and many in our community have taken a big bite over the past six weeks.
I have repeatedly said the only businesses that honored the state, city and county’s request to shutdown were local, law abiding folk who truly care more for their community than the almighty dollar.
I once owned a Ford Mustang with a hopped-up engine, headers and loud exhaust.
Every Son of the South should own one in his youth.
Yes, that car had a habit of going over the speed limit. Yes, I got my share of traffic tickets.
Individuals on probation, parole, house arrest or any other form of community supervision are to report by telephone starting Wednesday, April 1, through Tuesday, April 17.
The phone call will serve as their report. Therefore, their normal report day can be disregarded for April.
During the month of February, there were articles of people being recognized for being the first black in their field of occupation.
I would like to recognize a very good person and friend of ours: Ms. JoAnn Blue for being the first black director of our Carnegie Public Library.
Mississippi farmers are gearing up for the 2018 growing season, which means everyone needs to be prepared to share the road with tractors and other equipment.
Patrick Poindexter, Alcorn County coordinator with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, said being aware and patient can keep everyone safe.
The Mississippi Library Commission recently named 12 public library systems as Mississippi Library Stars for the 2017 fiscal year. Among the 12 honored was the Carnegie Public Library in Clarksdale.
At least one member of a board that oversees a youth program in Coahoma County said he has no interest in serving as an advisor.
Dillard Dee Melton, Sr., 86, passed away Saturday, March 2, 2019, at his home in Tutwiler.
Mr. Dillard was a workaholic, avid hunter and cotton grower who lived and breathed farming.
Police activity reported on Wednesday, Aug. 17
* 500 block of West Second Street. Two televisions and a PlayStation 4 were taken.
Police activity reported Tuesday, April 16