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World War II veteran honored

At the heart of World War II, millions of young men were sent to fight overseas. Many of those were country boys who felt the ... Read more

  1. Former tax office employee pleads guilty
  2. Students celebrate Black History Month
  3. Clear Branch to host annual Wildlife Dinner


Arrest reports

Arrest reports The Lincoln County Jail Docket for Monday were as follows: • John Colleman, 9-12-71, of 39B Saragossa Road., Natchez – arrested for driving ... Read more

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Sexual battery charges dismissed

Charges against a Union Church man accused of sexual battery have been dismissed because prosecutors couldn’t locate a witness in the case, court records show. ... Read more

Richardson crowned Jr. Miss Dixie National

Makenzie Richardson, 17, of Brookhaven was recently crowned the 2016 Junior Miss Dixie National during the Dixie National Queen Pageant. The pageant consisted of three ... Read more

Co-Lin may move to 4-day class schedule

Copiah-Lincoln Community College is considering a four-day student class schedule. Jane Hulon, vice president of Instructional Services, presented the idea to the Board of Trustees ... Read more

  1. Richardson crowned Jr. Miss Dixie National
  2. Servitium Club’s pancake day is Feb. 16
  3. Walker is BSD’s Teacher of the Year
  4. Charges dismissed in sexual battery case
  5. Chief wants raises for officers
  6. Baseball complex to host spring ball
  7. Lincoln Co. native writes Christian book
  8. Police force adds DUI enforcement officer
  9. Co-Lin named as top 150 in the country
  10. More than 1,000 blooms judged
  11. City redirects pound update efforts
  12. Man makes attempt to rob Subway


Wolves drop pair in home opener

Wolves drop pair in home opener

WESSON – The Co-Lin Wolves dropped their season opening doubleheader to the Mississippi Delta Trojans 8-7 and 10-9 in baseball action on Monday. The Wolves ... Read more

  1. Loyd Star sweeps Amite County
  2. Lady Bears beat Bassfield; boys fall
  3. Enterprise Jackets split with Prentiss
  4. Second half troubles result in Lady Wolves loss
  5. Wolves fall short in overtime
  6. MLB Kids Camp is Saturday in Bude


Why therapy doesn’t work

My husband and I have been working on renovating our 106-year-old house for over a year now.  We are big believers in salvaging and repurposing, ... Read more


Reed’s Metals leader honored with a CEO Award

Bernie Reed, president and CEO of Reed’s Metals, was recently honored with the CEO award of Mississippi 2015 at the Old Capitol Inn in Jackson ... Read more

Our Opinion

City changes course on animal shelter

The city’s decision to take back the money it pledged to a local group to help them bring the animal shelter up to humane standards ... Read more


Incentives for tire plant are excessive

The price tag to attract a $1.45 billion, 2,500-job Continental AG tire plant to Hinds County ... Read more

Letters to the Editor

The real truth about Jackson’s airport

Let’s talk facts about the Jackson Municipal Airport Authority. First, Jackson’s airport system originated in 1928. JMAA was created in 1960 to hire a professional ... Read more

My Turn

Do you know anyone in the TATE family?

Meet the TATES. Some of them are in your business. Some have positive attitudes and others have negative attitudes. They are easy to recognize. • ... Read more