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Suicide attempt ends on positive note

Fire departments get boost as county adopts new budget

World record pilot touches down in county

'The 39 Steps': CT-A presents 4-person play

Corinth adopts FY 2020 budget

MHP investigates fatal school bus wreck

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Suicide attempt ends on positive note

Staff photo by Mark Boehler
Corinth Police Department units and First Responder trucks from the Corinth Fire Department block Harper Road Saturday morning when a man threatened to jump from the railroad overpass.

By Mark Boehler
Daily Corinthian
A potentially dangerous situation ended on a positive note Saturday morning when a man threatening to commit suicide decided to seek help.

Corinth Police Chief Ralph Dance said Living Free Ministries Founder Tommy Wilson arrive

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Corinth rallies in 2nd half, whips Olive Branch on homecoming

Photo by Tee Rage Photography

Corinth wide receiver Calvin Jones (13) hauls in a 1st half pass from quarterback DT Sheffield as the Warriors battled 6A powerhouse Olive Branch for homecoming 2019. The Tribe trailed 14-10 at halftime before rallying for a 36-28 win over the Conquistadors. Jones had several big catches for Corinth, including a 45-yard score from Sheffield on the Warriors first drive of the second half. The TD made it 16-14 Tribe and CHS poured it on from there, building as much as a 15-point lead in the final quarter (36-21). Three first half turnovers didn't cost the Warriors as they protected the ball in crunch time and earned their first-ever win over a 6A team in school history. Read the complete game story below. And check the local scoreboard on this page for a complete list of local finals, as well as statewide finals, from Friday night.

When government runs health care

DUBLIN -- "When would you like to schedule your knee replacement surgery?" asked my American doctor before I left for Ireland? I gave him a date that works for me. His office scheduled it for that date. Contrast this with a headline in the Irish Inde. . .

Always helping kids isn't helping them

My friend Michelle's preschool daughter has autism. Every morning Michelle brings her into school, where the staff takes the time to teach the kids with special needs how to get their boots off, how to stuff their mittens in their pockets, how to han. . .