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Clarksdale native Dr. Reed Hogan proposes treatment for COVID-19

By WYATT EMMERICH / SPECIAL TO THE PRESS REGISTER,

 

JACKSON -- It began with a treatment for skin inflammation. Then, Reed Hogan II, MD, began pondering if an inexpensive, available, over-the-counter treatment might also work in severe gastrointestinal illness, much of it caused by inflammation.

The Clarksdale native was seeing success. Then, COVID-19 hit.






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Clarksdale native Dr. Reed Hogan proposes treatment for COVID-19

By WYATT EMMERICH / SPECIAL TO THE PRESS REGISTER,

 

JACKSON -- It began with a treatment for skin inflammation. Then, Reed Hogan II, MD, began pondering if an inexpensive, available, over-the-counter treatment might also work in severe gastrointestinal illness, much of it caused by inflammation.

The Clarksdale native was seeing success. Then, COVID-19 hit.




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Watch for tractors on the road this spring

By KERI COLLINS LEWIS / MSU EXTENSION SERVICE,

 

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.


Gov. Reeves transfers prisoners from Unit 29

By SPECIAL TO THE PRESS REGISTER,

Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves has announced a major prisoner transfer from the Mississippi State Penitentiary at Parchman’s Unit 29.

Reeves said the last inmates from Unit 29’s major housing facilities will be removed through this new agreement – fulfilling the promise from his State of the State Address to close Unit 29.



Wilma J. Prine

Wilma J. Prine, 86, of Lurand, a homemaker, left this earth on Sunday June 21, 2020 to be wrapped in the arms of Jesus.

She was a member of the Sumner Church of God for over 50 years.  She loved to sing in the choir for the Lord.


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Buckle up this weekend

The Clarksdale Police Department wants everyone to enjoy Memorial Day, so buckle up.

Clarksdale Police will be participating in the nationwide Click-It-Or-Ticket campaign for the Memorial Day Weekend and will be on the lookout for residents driving in the city without proper restraint.



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