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Senator Cindy Hyde-Smith was in Clarksdale last week and toured PeopleShores. She is shown with Coahoma County Supervisors Roosevelt Lee and Pat Davis, Chamber Executive Jon Levingston and PeopleShores Buiness Development manager Darryl Pieroni.
Brady Self from the MSU State Extension Service presenting the program on how to identify trees on your property and invasive species at the February meeting of the Clarksdale Garden Club. The February meeting was held at the Travelors Hotel in Downtown Clarksdale and hosted by Ann Williams, Shauna Myers and Eva Connell.
The annual edition of COMPASS is being distributed in the community today.
The magazine features stories and photos of the people, places, businesses and companies that make this community a great place to live and work.
Copies will be distributed to local hotels, restaurants, private offices and government buildings.
Ca’Stancia Leroyce Sonley, 37, of Clarksdale died Tuesday, Feb. 4, 2020 at Baptist East Hospital in Memphis.
A family viewing will be held from 1 to 6 p.m. Friday, Feb. 14, 2020 at Delta Burial Funeral Home in Clarksdale.
The Tunica County Sheriff’s Department is seeking the last of three suspects allegedly involved in a shooting incident at a Valero store near Tunica, Sunday morning where an officer returned fire and wounded a suspect.
Mary Louise Hicks, 60, born July 20, 1959, died at Baptist Desoto Hospital in Southaven Jan. 26, 2020. She was proceeded in death by her parents James Roby and Mary Lee Hicks
Nina Chicouras Zachary, 88, of West Helena, Ark., passed away on Jan. 27, 2020, due to natural causes after a brief illness.
The Coahoma County Sheriff’s Department rained on an alleged drug dealer Wednesday with at least one arrest and three detained.
Authorities entered a home in the 600 block of Grant Street about 6 p.m. Feb. 12 acting on information they had gathered in an investigation and under the direction of a locally issued warrant.
Employees at Fred’s in Clarksdale learned Friday their store is scheduled to close, but have not been given a date on when the downtown business will shut its doors.
“Employees are not allowed to talk about it,” said Byron Abbey, a Fred’s employee since 1999. “We have been told very little.”
State auditor issues more than $1.1 million in demands; Former tourism director Allen, former CCC employees indictedBy FROM STATE AUDITOR'S OFFICE,
JACKSON – Today State Auditor Shad White announced Special Agents from the Auditor’s office have made arrests in two separate cases after a grand jury assembled by District Attorney for the 11th District Brenda Mitchell indicted Gwendolyn Jefferson, Stacie Neal, and Kappi Allen.
Barbara Jamison, at left, serves up an offering of John Wayne casserole to Gail Collins, at right, during Friday’s Taste of Clarksdale at the Clarksdale Civic Auditorium. Also shown are Janise Ray, center, and Janette Stokes, back right, as they were manning the table for the Aaron E. Henry Head Start Center in Clarksdale.
Once the minute hand on the clock struck 5 p.m. Friday, March 1, there were sounds of laughter and good cheer in the Coahoma County Circuit Clerk’s Office in the courthouse in Clarksdale.
When I think of the 2019 football season in Coahoma County for both high school and junior college, the word transition first comes to mind.
All five teams in some way have not completely fulfilled their potential, but are also on the right path to building more successful programs.
Women dying in childbirth is something associated with undeveloped countries or America prior to the 20th century.
That it’s still happening in this country — and not only that, but it’s actually gotten worse in the past quarter-century — is stunning.
Bobo Catoe, a Coahoma County resident who has land behind the old Kroger on Highway 61 in Clarksdale, has been overcharged in taxes since 1994 and came to the Coahoma County Board of Supervisors meeting on Monday, Dec. 3, seeking a refund.
A garden is much more sensory than mere looks; sometimes more memorable features can be found — eyes closed — right outside the door.
Some are haunting enough to keep us home, in a way, even when we’re far removed by distance or time.
Clarksdale High School is on the road for the second round of the postseason when it travels to Louisville at 7 p.m. Friday.
For the Clarksdale Wildcats (7-4, 3-1), they are coming off of a 21-16 home in in the first round of the playoffs against Itawamba Agricultural High School.