Charlie Prowell, 89, of Clarksdale, born May 22, 1930, died April 25, 2020.
Graveside services are 1 p.m. April 30 at McLaurin Memorial Garden with the Rev. Todd officiating. Visitation is 1 to 5 p.m. Wednesday, April 29 at Century Funeral Home.
Century Funeral Home is handling arrangements.
The Rev. James Michael Crutcher was born July 21, 1954 in Clarksdale to the late Clarence Thomas Crutcher, Sr. and the late Edna Earl Moore (Crutcher) Burns. Bro. Crutcher passed away at his home in Hamilton as a result of pulmonary fibrosis. He died April 18, 2020 at age 65.
As the economy reopens, tourist will be looking for places to go this summer and fall that are far away from the perils of coronavirus.
Rural spots like Clarksdale may just fit the bill.
Northwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center may be in the heart of the economically challenged Delta, but doctors have come to Clarksdale from all over the country and world and found the care patients receive at this hospital to be top-notch.
The Clarksdale Police Department is investigating a shooting after a man was dropped off at the emergency room with multiple gunshot wounds.
Markevius Dear told police in the hospital he did not know how he made it to the emergency room of Northwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center in Clarksdale.
Living in Argentina in 1951 in a German boarding house that was full of Gestapo/Nazi officers on the run after the end of World War II is the setting for a book produced by a mother-daughter collaboration with Clarksdale ties.
This year, Clarksdale continued a tradition and served as a host city and collection point for Operation Christmas Child shoeboxes.
When the fire alarm goes off, Clarksdale firefighters respond and face the same dangers whether it is an accidental fire or arson.
Clarksdale Fire Chief Rocky Nabors said the department responded to a call earlier this week that is believed to be arson and thankfully none of his men were hurt.
Three Clarksdale High School turnovers translated to 20 points for Cleveland Central High School when the two teams met at Crumpton Field Friday night.
The Wildcats (3-1) fell into a 26-8 deficit and their comeback came up just short as the Wolves held on to win 26-20.
Lee Academy football is hosting a jamboree Friday night in preparation for the football season set to begin Aug. 23.
The Colts, Indianola Academy, Marshall Academy, North Delta School, Tunica Academy, Kirk Academy and Magnolia Heights School will all be participating.