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Corinth police investigate death

Signing on for the future

Two hurt in horrific traffic accident

Area seniors set to graduate

Man in burned vehicle identified

Southern gospel for a cause

Tate St. bridge set to reopen

Former Kossuth coach faces federal charge

Alderman becomes new Glen mayor

Authorities search for escaped inmate

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Police identify apparent murder victim

Photo by Mark Boehler
Police detectives are investigating a death inside this home at 2014 Liddon Lake Road in Corinth.

Corinth police are investigating the apparent murder of a handyman who was found deceased at his residence Monday morning after he did not show up for work.
Police Chief Ralph Dance identified the man as George Harris, 57, of 2014 Liddon Lake Road. The police depa

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Entire GCA student body part of state squad

The Genesis Christian Academy (GCA) archery team qualified for the state tournament in its first year of existence. The entire GCA student body is part of the squad, including several junior team members who will be joining the high school team in the next few years. High school team members are (from left, front row) Addison Smith, Harley Haneline, Deklan Fiveash, Kye McCuistian and Maddie Miles; (back row) Madibay Whitaker, Seth Yancey, Skylar Butler, Branson Spencer, Josh Yancey, Anderson Smith and Shelby Puckett. Read the feature story to learn more about this unique team.

Club gives back

Staff Photo by L.A. Story

Preslee Sartain (from left), Holly Ross, Ali Jones, Mary Hope Jones and Baleigh Derrick received scholarship awards from the Corinth Civitan Club this week.

My, what big neuroses you have

Little Red Riding Hood went into the woods to take a basket of bread and jam to her ailing grandmother. On her way there, she met a wolf, who asked where she was going, and when Little Red Riding Hood told him, the wolf replied, "Oh, my gosh, I haven. . .

Political language gets more coarse

CANBERRA, Australia -- Here in Australia, "Question Time" has long been one of my favorite exercises of parliamentary democracy. The prime minister and government ministers appear before other elected members in support of their policies, while the o. . .