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Man charged with sexual battery

Community comes together for basket giveaway

Corinth moves graduation date

Christmas Alive: Young cast brings life to story

Civitans provides Christmas magic to kids

Veteran's Parade moves to spring

Crossroads Christmas event makes 7th annual return

Youngest Frazier adds holiday giving to family display

Hospital hosts Christmas spectacular

Lighthouse Toy Store spreads Christmas cheer

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Gift Basket Giveaway
The Corinth-Alcorn County Animal Shelter is selling $5 chances on a Christmas Gift Basket valued at $1,500.
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Tony Morton

Funeral services for Tony Morton, 79, are set for 2 p.m.. . .

Man charged with sexual battery

An Alcorn County man was charged with sexual battery after a county deputy checked a vehicle parked at a church.
Justin Huffman, 29, of County Road 100, was arrested on Wednesday and charged with the offense. He remained in custody as of noon Monday with bond set

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Greene now Corinth's winningest hoops coach with 311 and counting

Photo by Kent Mohundro

Corinth head coach Keith Greene, pictured last Tuesday during the Warriors' win over Alcorn Central, became the winningest coach in CHS basketball lore with 311 victories when the Tribe defeated Shannon in Saturday's Biggersville Christmas Classic. Corinth athletic director David Robbins had held the record almost 14 years. "It is quite an honor but we still have a lot of work to do getting ready for Tishomingo County and the rest of the opponents on our schedule this season," said Greene. "Corinth is a great place with a long history of success and pride, and I'm just honored to be a part of it. The kids have always bought in and continue to work hard to succeed," Greene concluded. The Warriors and Braves play Tuesday night in Iuka in an important early-season Division 1-4A contest.

Top 2 GOP counties could split in governor primary

JACKSON -- The road to the Republican nomination for statewide offices in Mississippi runs through a few conservative communities. In a largely rural state of just under 3 million residents, Republican candidates' strategy is usually to seek support . . .

The fury of the establishment

Hell may have no fury like a woman scorned, but scorning the Washington Establishment produces even greater anger. The Establishment's full fury has been unleashed against Donald Trump and is not about to subside until its goal is reached: the remova. . .