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Businesses, offices to close in honor of MLK Day

Several area businesses and government offices will be closed for Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 18. The following have announced their schedules for ... Read more

1 day ago by Daily Leader Staff.

City candidate field growing

Twenty people have filed their intent to qualify so far for the 2021 Brookhaven municipal elections. The qualifying period began Jan. 4 and will conclude ... Read more

2 days ago by Brett Campbell.

Daily Leader welcomes new publisher

Kevin Warren has been named publisher of The Brookhaven Daily Leader, Brookhaven Magazine, The Prentiss Headline, The Natchez Democrat and Natchez the Magazine and related ... Read more

2 days ago by Stacy Graning.

Arts Guild kicks off year with shows, membership drive

The Brookhaven Regional Arts Guild Members Show 2021 is underway, and is 100% virtual. More than a dozen artist members are participating in the online ... Read more

2 days ago by Brett Campbell.

MSA teacher named Educator of the Year

A Brookhaven teacher has won national recognition and a $1,000 grant. Tobie Lambert, of Lawrence County, has taught in Brookhaven at Mississippi School of the ... Read more

3 days ago by Brett Campbell.

MS National Guard sending troops to DC

The Mississippi National Guard is sending troops to Washington D.C. in preparation of the presidential inauguration Wednesday. Troops being sent from Mississippi will work to ... Read more

3 days ago by Daily Leader Staff.

A Brookhaven woman has been arrested in Adams County, faces multiple charges

A Brookhaven woman was arrested in Adams County; investigators believe her to be a large distributor of methamphetamine in the Miss-Lou area. On Monday evening, ... Read more

3 days ago by Gracie Byrne.

Town of Monticello receives $18K from GP

The Town of Monticello recently received an $18,000 donation from Georgia-Pacific Monticello  for its parks and recreation program. The funds were used to construct permanent bleachers, ... Read more

3 days ago by Daily Leader Staff.

‘I hope they get a sense of hope’ — KDMC optimistic vaccines will cut down on hospitalizations

The second shipment of vaccines received by King’s Daughters Medical Center have been claimed, and hospitalizations are rising. On Wednesday, KDMC opened phone lines so ... Read more

4 days ago by Gracie Byrne.

You asked: When will the Lincoln County Health Department have vaccines?

Q : When will the Lincoln County Health Department have vaccines? A : Emergency Management Director Clifford Galey says he’s working to get it done ... Read more

4 days ago by Gracie Byrne.

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