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Council set to host showcase

Another arrest made for unlocked vehicle burglaries

Someone help! Please save me!

Autism coverage extended

Man faces arson charge

District appoints president

Community Events

Deadline for annual poetry contest 'approaching quickly'

Car, once locally owned, going to famous auction

New formula may mean more money for schools

Community Events

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Garbage Route Change
The City of Corinth Street and Sanitation Department will be closed on Monday, Jan. 15 for the birthdays of Dr. Ma ... « more »

Glen "Thomas" Waller

Funeral services for Glen "Thomas" Waller, 73, were held. . .

Martha Marie McEwen

Funeral services for Martha Marie McEwen, 91, of Glen, were held. . .

Payday McCreless

Funeral services for Charles Danny "Payday" McCreless were held. . .

Barbara Mace

Barbara Hastings Broadway Mace died January 12, 2018 at her. . .

Wanda L. Bray

Funeral services for Wanda L. Bray, 76, of Iuka, were held. . .

Janis Eaton

ADAMSVILLE, Tenn. -- Funeral services for Janis Lynn Eaton, 61,. . .

Venia Crow

Venia Mathis Crow, 70, of Corinth, passed away Tuesday morning,. . .

Jorja Butler

Jorja Erin Johnson Butler, 32, of Corinth, passed from this life. . .

Lisa Gentle

TISHOMINGO -- Funeral services for Lisa Gentle, 51, were held. . .

Nickey Cummings

IUKA -- Funeral services for Nickey Cummings, 54, were held. . .

Someone help! Please save me!

Staff photo by Mark Boehler

Michie volunteer fireman Jay Poindexter awaits his turn for another training exercise.

By Mark Boehler editor@dailycorinthian.com
Smoke billows from an upstairs window.
Suddenly, a man hangs out of the window and pleads for help.
He is choking from the heavy smoke.
"Please help me," he yells.
Two firefighters grab a ladder and proceed with the rescue

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Photo by Kent Mohundro

Alcorn Central junior varsity player Amber Rogers (21) tries to keep the ball away from the Kossuth defense during their ACT championship game Monday at the Crossroads Arena. Players like Rogers, and any other athlete from junior high and up, need the strong support of their family to be successful in sports and life.

Program teaches black history using special music

The Quad Cities Mass Choir from Alabama is set to perform at the annual Alcorn County NAACP Black History Musical Program.

Thanks to China (maybe)

"When prosperity comes, do not use all of it." -- Confucius Is China about to do the United States a big favor, however unwittingly? According to Bloomberg, China is considering whether to slow, or even stop, purchases of U.S. Treasuries. At $3.14 t. . .

Buy off Trump with the wall

There is a very easy way for Democrats to get major concessions from President Donald Trump on immigration: Give him his wall. This is the key to a deal codifying the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, the Obama-era de facto amnesty for . . .