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Blues highlight film fest

By JOSH TROY / PRESS REGISTER,

 

Clarksdale blues music and musicians was the team of two evening features at the 10th annual Clarksdale Film Festival Friday and Saturday nights.

“Walk with Me: Lucious Spiller, Called to Sing the Blues” played Friday at Grandma’s Sports Bar and “The Blues Trail Revisited: A Documentary Memoir” played Saturday.






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Mary Louise Hicks

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


Robert Lloyd Bailey, Jr.

Robert Lloyd Bailey, Jr., died on the twenty-first of January 2020, after a long illness.  Bob was the son of the late Robert Lloyd Bailey and Frances Sumner Bailey whose grandfather established the town of Sumner.  Bob was preceded in death by his cousins, June Sumner Glenn of Crawfordsville, Ark.; Taylor Sumner Spradling of Clarksdale; Joy Su


Coahoma County’s Jaylin Jones enrolls at Mississippi School for Math, Science

By SPECIAL TO THE PRESS REGISTER,

COLUMBUS – The Mississippi School for Mathematics and Science (MSMS) has accepted 130 new junior students to study in at the prestigious public high school this fall.

Jaylin Lyndell Jones from Coahoma County Jr./Sr. High School is one of those from across the state carefully selected to attend. He is the son of Nellie Jones.


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Marcus Dupree, left, visits Coahoma Community College

College football legend Dupree visits CCC

By VASHON K. JONES: CCC SPORTS INFORMATION,

Vashon K. Jones

CCC Sports Information

Coahoma Community College hosted the 2018 Youth Football Camp sponsored by Families First for Mississippi. More than 80 youths ages 6-13 attended the camp. Th majority of the participants came from throughout the Mississippi Delta to learn the game of football and the game of life.




DELBERT HOSEMANN: Let’s focus on reach Mississippi’s full potential

By SPECIAL TO THE PRESS REGISTER,

 

We were humbled the night of November 5 to receive more than 60 percent of the vote for Lieutenant Governor — an instruction from Mississippians to move forward with our plans to grow our economy, provide every child with quality public educational opportunities, make healthcare more accessible and shore up our roads and bridges.



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