Speaking at Veteran’s Day services recently, Clarksdale Mayor Chuck Espy said the city has received confirmation of a multi-million-dollar allocation to develop the sportsplex, conference center and grocery store in eastern Clarksdale.
As part of a makeover effort, the city of Clarksdale will spend over $1 million in the next few months and ask the city’s taxpayers to foot the bill over the next 10 years, starting with their tax bill in 2019.
St. Elizabeth School recently announced its honor roll for the third nine-week grading period.
Pastor’s List (All A’s) honors went to sixth-grader Rachel Thornton, fourth-graders Cooper Flowers and Harris Stonestreet, and third-grader Lucy Beth Anthony.
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.
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.
It’s an old family recipe that has been tailored through the years by the tastes of the Mississippi Delta.
The family of Clarksdale resident Gilroy Chow will have their dumplings and other unique dishes featured on Somewhere South at 9 p.m. Friday on PBS.