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Photographer shares 'once in a lifetime' photo safari at Crossroads Museum

City officials begin new terms

City officials begin new terms

First responders assist cell phone task force

Police warn: Lock vehicle doors

Trooper's death may qualify as line-of-duty

Dog attacks delivery driver

Jail gets perfect score on audit

Former coach to plead guilty to filming students

Man charged with assault after severe attack

Community Events

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Outstanding Citizen
The Junior Auxiliary of Corinth, Inc. is now accepting nominations for the Outstanding Citizen of 2019. Application ... « more »

Donald Roach

Services for Donald Roach, 76, of Corinth, are set for 11 a.m.. . .

Uthril Little Johnson

Services for Uthril Little Johnson 94, are set for 2 pm. Sunday. . .

Jeff Tucker

CAIRO — A memorial service will be held at a later date. . .

Curtis Mauney

Funeral services for Curtis Dulane Mauney, 83, of the Chapman. . .

Kimberly Trice

SELMER, Tenn. — Kimberly Sherill Trice, 49, died. . .

Uthril Little Johnson

Uthril Little Johnson died Thursday, Oct. 18, 2018, at Magnolia. . .

Russell Thomas

WALNUT — Funeral services for Russell Wayne "Poppa". . .

Jerdine Pruitt

IUKA — Funeral services for Jerdine Pruitt, 91, were held. . .

Ernestine Crum

Funeral services for Ernestine Crum, 81, are scheduled for 2. . .

Essie Conaway

BURNSVILLE — Funeral services for Essie M. Conaway, 79,. . .

Photographer shares 'once in a lifetime' photo safari at Crossroads Museum

Photo by Bill Avery
Bill Avery of Corinth captured this image of a Jaguar on his recent photo journey to Brazil. He will share his photos on two evenings this week at the Crossroads Museum.

By Zack Steen
Daily Corinthian
Local photographer Bill Avery recently returned from a 15-day "once in a lifetime" photo safari, and now he's ready to share photos from his adventure with the community.

Avery will host two special photo presentation exhibits th

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Knight, Lions whip Okolona; improve to 10-0

Photo by Kent Mohundro

Biggersville quarterback Quinton Knight (22) stretches for a first down to keep a late drive alive as the Lions stayed unbeaten with a 40-21 thrashing of defending Division 1-1A champion Okolona. Knight was the second leading rusher for the Lions with 88 yards and added 60 yards through the air. He ran for one score and passed for another while Qua Davis paced Biggersville with 92 yards on the ground and three touchdowns. He added a fourth TD on a 15-yard touchdown reception. The Lions improve to 10-0, the best start in school history, and 6-0 inside Division 1-1A. They play Falkner at home next week before finishing the regular season in two weeks as they host Smithville, in what will likely be the Division 1-1A championship game. Read the game story for more details on the historic BHS win.

Should the U.S.-Saudi alliance be saved?

Over the weekend, Donald Trump warned of "severe punishment" if an investigation concludes that a Saudi hit team murdered Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul. Riyadh then counter-threatened, reminding us that,. . .

The Khashoggi affair sparks questions

JERUSALEM -- Major media are now reporting that the Saudis are "preparing" to admit that Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a columnist for The Washington Post, died in their consulate in Istanbul, as the result of an interrogation gone wrong. Odds ar. . .