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Harlem Globetrotters World Tour includes 'Magic Pass' at Crossroads Arena

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Harlem Globetrotters World Tour includes 'Magic Pass' at Crossroads Arena

Photo compliments of Crossroads Arena
Harlem Globetrotter Spider Sharpless shows his dunking skills on the World Tour.

By L.A. Story
Daily Corinthian
The upcoming weeks will emphasize family-oriented fun at the Crossroads Arena with the Harlem Globetrotters being among the first of the next few attractions.

The Crossroads Arena will host the Harlem Globetrotters' 2019 Fan Powe

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Corinth celebrates 'Senior Night' with sweep of Tish County

Photo by Kent Mohundro

Corinth celebrates 'Senior Night'with sweep of Tish County

Corinth senior soccer team members take time out between varsity contests Monday night at Warrior Stadium to celebrate 'Senior Night'. The Lady Warriors blanked Tishomingo County 9-0 to repeat as division champions while the Warriors shut out the Braves 5-0 and need to win out to finish second in division behind league-leader Senatobia. The CHS boys are the defending division champs. The CHS girls improved to 12-2 overall and 7-0 inside division while the boys are now 8-6 overall and 5-2 in division. Corinth has two more home dates remaining, including this Saturday, Jan. 19 when they host DeSoto Central. They host New Hope in a makeup game on January 24, which will be the regular season finale.

Stalemate continues in Washington

The televised presidential address from the Oval Office, a staple of communication between the chief executive and the people in the second half of 20th century, has recently been in desuetude. Former President Barack Obama delivered only three such . . .

No, don't declare an emergency

President Donald Trump is playing with the idea of declaring a national emergency to build a border fence despite congressional opposition. This would make Trump the second president in a row willing to cut Congress out of the legislative process if . . .