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Flood leaves damage, dangers

Heavy rains create dangerous conditions, damage roadways

More heavy rain, storms on the way

Schools close due to flooding

Excessive rain gives problems

Highway 72 collision: Three-vehicle wreck sends three to hospital

Guard soldiers return from Middle East deployment

Some bills remain alive in House, Senate

'Officers lives in danger': Bill to keep names private gets support

County schools to get officers


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Cory Smith

TIPLERSVILLE — A memorial service for Joshua Cory Smith,. . .

Edward Ross

OOLTEWAH, Tenn. — Graveside services for Edward Riley. . .

Cindy Morton

RIENZI — Visitation for Cynthia Lynn Carmack Morton, 57,. . .

Kenneth Pollard

Funeral services for Kenneth E. Pollard, 70, of Corinth, are set. . .

Billy Lewis

Funeral services for Billy Loyd Lewis, 74, are set for 2 p.m.. . .

Jimmy South

MICHIE, Tenn. — Funeral services for Jimmy Dan South, 79,. . .

Kenneth Pollard

Funeral services for Kenneth E. Pollard, 70, are set for 12 p.m.. . .

Margaret King

Funeral services for Margaret A. King, 79, of Corinth, are set. . .

Linda Ann Childers

A funeral service for Linda Ann Childers, 72, is scheduled for 1. . .

Flood leaves damage, dangers


Photo courtesy of Tommy Young
Pickwick's Historic Botel Restaurant closed following the near cresting of the Tennessee River.

By Zack Steen
zsteen@dailycorinthian.com
After more than a week of daily rain, an end was in sight on Saturday as the storms halted for most of day.

Roads and streets across Corinth and Alcorn County remained beaten and broken. Culverts had given way and creek

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Kossuth holds off Ruleville Central, host Alcon Central next


Photo by Larry Glidewell

Kossuth senior Morgan Hodum (with ball) splits the defense of Ruleville Central's Jacorriah Bracey (23) and Mekevia Shaw (32) during the Lady Aggies' thrilling 83-75 second-round North Half victory over the Lady Tigers. Hodum led KHS with 24 points, while Bracey, the sharp-shooting Ole Miss signee, poured in a game-high 45. With the win, Kossuth will next host county rival Alcorn Central, a 45-42 winner at Nettleton, at 7 p.m. Monday with a trip to the MHSAA 3A state semifinals in Jackson as the prize. Alcorn County is assured of at least one team in Jackson.


Why the rush to believe Smollett?

Rep. Maxine Waters, D-Calif., not only believed black and openly gay actor Jussie Smollett's tale of being attacked by two N-word-spouting homophobic Trump-supporters, she -- and many other big-name Democrats -- knew exactly whom to blame. Waters sai. . .