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Crossroads Showoff

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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 »

Marshall Edge

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

Bobbie Mattox

Funeral services for Bobbie Jean Box Mattox, 80, are set for 3. . .

A. Gene Greene

A. Gene Greene died Thursday, Feb. 22, 2018, at Cornerstone. . .

Stephen Wells

IUKA — Stephen Robinson Wells, 71, died Tuesday, Feb. 20,. . .

Dr. Stanley Taylor

Dr. Stan Robert Taylor, 95, died Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2018, at. . .

Bobbie Mattox

Funeral services for Bobbie Jean Box Mattox, 80, are set for 3. . .

William "Bill" Gant

Funeral services for William "Bill" O. Gant, 81, are set for 11. . .

Emily Lorene Deen

Hattiesburg — Emily Lorene Deen, 91, donated her body to. . .

Jerry Moss

Services for Jerry Don Moss, 67, were held Saturday, Feb. 17 at. . .

Buddy Howie

Funeral services for Jimmy T. "Buddy" Howie, 71, of Corinth,. . .

Crossroads Showoff

Staff photo by Jebb Johnston

Some of the Crossroads Showoff participants spent a little time on the Coliseum stage Wednesday afternoon. At the piano is Morgon Dickerson and singing are, from left, Sara Ellsworth, Le Roy Carman, Adam Harris and Maris Richardson.

By Jebb Johnston jjohnston@dailycorinthian.com
Youth from across the region are ready to take the stage at the Coliseum Civic Center.
The first "Crossroads Showoff" hosted by the Corinth Area Arts Council is set for 7 p.m. Tuesday.
"We've got 19 kids either playing

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Warren, Warriors preparing for Greenwood

Photo by Kent Mohundro

Warren, Warriors preparing for Greenwood

Corinth point guard Jon D Warren (5) drives past the Louisville defense en route to two of his game-high 28 during the Warriors 74-57 1st round state playoff win. The Tribe will host Greenwood Saturday at 7 and, despite the Bulldogs 5-18 record, head coach Keith Greene is still greatly concerned with his team's 2nd round opponent at CHS gym.land Saturday they would play the winner of the West Lowndes/Montgomery County contest next Thursday at noon. And if the Lady Lions pull another upset, this time at Potts Camp, they would play the winner of the East Marion/Stringer game next Thursday at 5:30.

Teachers to be celebrated at conference in Jackson

Corinth School District teachers Jackie Boatman (from left), Cassie Brooks, Kendall Morgan and Lorie Fisk will attend the ECET2 Mississippi Convening for educators this weekend. Brooks is scheduled to be a presenter on Saturday.

What would I say to my Dad?

By Ray Mosby Columnist "I have a very strict gun control policy: If there is a gun around, I want to be in control of it."-- Clint Eastwood. ROLLING FORK--Well, it's happened again. America's latest Valentine's Day massacre, this time the dead not ri. . .

The Billy Graham that I knew

In my long career in journalism, I have met many famous people, but none of them impressed me as much as William Franklin "Billy" Graham. The reason had less to do with his fame and movie star looks; it was his humility that was so attractive, so ref. . .