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Corinth man, Ripley teens killed in crash

Child's death will go to grand jury

Police arrest husband after shooting in eatery parking lot

Coliseum gets dress up

Police respond to student with gun

Animal shelter to get new home

Investigation continues into child's death

Corinth school leader gets contract extension

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Child found dead in vehicle


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Norma Jean Davis

IUKA – Services for Norma Jean Davis, 82, are set for 1. . .

Danny Kaye Bingham

Danny Kaye Bingham, 63, died Sunday, May 5, 2019 at his. . .

Addie Marie Weathers

BURNSVILLE – Services for Addie Marie Weathers, 80, are. . .

Stanley Boyd

Stanley Boyd, 63, of Corinth, died Monday May 6, 2019 at his. . .

Annie Dee Mathis

Services for Annie Dee Mathis are set for 11 a.m. Thursday at. . .

Corinth man, Ripley teens killed in crash


A crash in Union County has claimed the life of a Corinth man along with two teens from Ripley.
Jason Bradley Davidson, 49, of Corinth died after his vehicle was involved in a head-on collision with a vehicle driven by 16-year-old Christopher Wooten and also occup

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Local ladies bowling team wins tournament title


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A local ladies bowling team, composed of members of the Thursday Coffee League at Plaza Lanes, recently won the 2019 USBC Mississippi State Women's Bowling Association 59th Championship Tournament. The statewide event was held in Cleveland, Mississippi. There was an award presentation recently prior to the beginning of the Thursday Coffee League. Posing with their 1st-place trophies are (from left) Quay Cares, Kathy Lambert, Teresa Fugitt and Missy Raper. Another Corinth team, composed of Sheree Curry, Pat Newton, Amanda Little and Judy Clement, finished second in the event, giving the Crossroads City the top two teams in the state tournament.


Is this the end of engagement with China?

Will the demonstrations in Hong Kong come to be seen as the end of a 30-year period, beginning with the Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989, of the American-Chinese economic engagement and entanglement christened "Chimerica" by historian Niall Ferguson. . .

Must the show go on?

We are in Week 2 of the president of the United States and his communications director of six days feuding on Twitter and cable TV. The Trump-Scaramucci smackdown has, at times, distracted from the Trump-Denmark fight, which has been eclipsed, in its. . .