For most of Dalton Hawes’ life, baseball has played a central role.
The Coahoma County boys basketball team may have missed out on its chance to win a third consecutive Class 2A state championship, but that does not take away from how proud we, as a community, should be of the Red Panthers.
When I accepted the role of general manger of Clarksdale Public Utilities last September, I fully understood the challenges ahead and the responsibilities entrusted to me on behalf of the people of Clarksdale.
Shortly after the 2016 Presidential Election, I wrote a column expressing my discontent for the Electoral College.
As the rain fell, and fell, and fell, most of last week we couldn’t help but think this couldn’t have come at a better time for those in favor of Clarksdale residents agreeing in August to pick up a hefty tab to fix our drainage and flooding issues within the city limits.
When the Trump brothers, Donald Jr. and Eric, pulled the plug on their hotel company’s expansion plans — and cut their ties with Suresh and Dinesh Chawla, who own three hotels in Clarksdale — they blamed the decision on a hostile political environment.