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Murder convict loses appeal


By Jebb Johnston

jjohnston@dailycorinthian.com

The Mississippi Court of Appeals affirmed the 2017 murder conviction of Micah Bostic after finding an issue raised by the defendant to be "harmless error."

The Court of Appeals handed down the decision on Tues

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Local trio sweep top spots in 2019 Rooster Run


Photo courtesy of Bill Avery

The top three finishers in Saturday's Rooster Run were (from left) Scott Smith (third place), Greg Windham (first place) and Cooper Glidewell (second place). The 2019 run was held Saturday in Gift Bottom with proceeds benefitting Havis' Kids. This was the fifth year for the fundraising event organized by Sandy Childs-Jones.


Biden is not the inevitable nominee

Will Joe Biden inevitably win the Democratic nomination for president? A month ago, many psephologists thought so, as national polls within two weeks of his April 25 announcement showed the former vice president with 41 percent of Democratic primary . . .

Getting deeper and deeper in debt

There are many addictions besides drugs, sex and power. There is also our increasing addiction to debt. According to Money Magazine, reporting on figures from the New York Fed, "Americans' debt hit a new high of $13 trillion last year, surpassing the. . .