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Shelter dogs head north to homes

Boys and Girls Club of Corinth announces new fitness program

Goat Island Campground reopens April 1

District considers teacher-student communication policy

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Fish on Friday
From 4 to 6 p.m. every Friday, the Easom Foundation will sell eat-in or carry-out farm-fed catfish dinners for $6 to sup ... « more »

Greg Philamlee

Funeral services for Bro. Greg Philamlee, 57, of Corinth, will. . .

James "Bill" McDuffy

IUKA — Funeral services for James M. "Bill" McDuffy, 93,. . .

Dennis "Dwight" Duckworth

Funeral services for Dennis "Dwight" Duckworth, 59, are set for. . .

James "Jim Bob" Patty

PADEN — James "Jim Bob" Patty, 70, died Sunday, March 18,. . .

Robert Warren

Robert W. "Bobby" Warren died at his residence on March 15,. . .

Jerry Marlar

Funeral services for Jerry Marlar, 66, of Corinth, are set for 2. . .

Stella Mae Jones

Funeral services for Stella Mae Jones, 73, are scheduled for 1. . .

William "Jug" Floyd

Funeral services for William "Jug" Floyd, 64, are set for 12. . .

Samuel Luster

Funeral services for Samuel Edward Luster, 52, are set for 11. . .

Marjorie Heavens

RIENZI — Funeral services for Marjorie Leslie Heavens, 69,. . .

Shelter dogs head north to homes

Staff photo by Mark Boehler

Debbie Hood with Pet Express in Tupelo hugs an Corinth-Alcorn Animal Shelter adoptable dog prior to a recent transport.

BY ZACK STEEN zsteen@dailycorinthian.com
It's a Friday thing.
Many four-legged journeys are beginning on the last day of the week at the Corinth-Alcorn Animal Shelter. Since late January, Friday has marked transport day for local dogs and puppies searching for thei

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Warrior runner Ramirez signs with Blue Mountain

Photo by Brett Fowler

Corinth All-State cross country runner Juan Ramirez recently signed with Blue Mountain College to continue his academic and running career. Ramirez is the reigning 2017 boys 5K title holder in Division 1-4A with a time of 17:42. He was also second at the MHSAA 2A-4A-6A state championships with a personal best time of 17:32.40. "We're very excited about signing Juan," said BMC head coach Phillip Laney. "He comes from a very strong and successful program and I know he will bring that mentality with him to Blue Mountain."

Museum photo contest calling all shutter bugs

Torrance Pollard's "Patiently Waiting" placed first in the 2017 Crossroads Museum fundraiser photo contest. Entries for the 2018 contest are due by April 9.

Staff photo by Zack Steen

Night of 'the tie in the typewriter'

"You must be careful about giving any drink whatsoever to a bore. A lit-up bore is the worst in the world."--David Cecil By Ray Mosby CLARKSDALE -- You know you are getting old when you remember a really great story, only to realize that most of the . . .

Musk opens new age of exploration

Next year on Mars. Well, not quite, but entrepreneur Elon Musk told the tech confab South by Southwest that the interplanetary spaceship he's building will be able to do short "up and down" flights by next year. Musk's goal is to colonize Mars, a del. . .