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City makes changes to property cleanup process

Prayer retreat plans dedication, opening

Unique ministry promotes mission work

High school band on chopping block

Havis' Kids selling chances on Disney World vacation

Corinth firemen respond to house blaze

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Earlene Morgan Rowsey Lentz

Funeral services for Earlene Morgan Rowsey Lentz, 88, are Monday. . .

City makes changes to property cleanup process


By Jebb Johnston
jjohnston@dailycorinthian.com
Some of those who get called upon by the city to clean up overgrown lots and otherwise offending properties may soon stand before a different judge.

The City of Corinth is taking a new approach with some of its pr

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Kossuth wins low-scoring game over Independence


Photo by Randy J Williams

Kossuth wins low-scoring game over Independence

Kossuth second baseman Blain Suitor (right) applies a tag to an Independence base runner during Saturday's first-round MHSAA playoff game at KHS Field. The Aggies won the contest 3-1 on a three-hitter by Austin Shaw, who was named the Division 1-3A Pitcher of the Year this week. Kossuth and Independence will meet again for Game 2, scheduled for a 6 p.m. first pitch Monday at IHS. According to reports, it could be rescheduled into a doubleheader so Aggie fans need to keep an eye out on twitter and the KHS baseball page for any changes.


Tiger Woods is back and I told you so

From 1997 to 2008, Tiger Woods dominated the world of golf, winning an extraordinarily high percentage of the tournaments he entered. Woods' illustrious golf career included wins in 14 majors, just four short of tying Jack Nicklaus' all-time record. . . .

Sorry, Democrats, but your stars are socialists

There was Bernie Sanders at a Fox News Channel town hall, not giving an inch in a forum every Democratic presidential candidate has shunned. His reward was a cataract of good reviews, and monster ratings. Sanders had a solid hour to try to reach peop. . .