THE DART: Resident uses thrift shop to decorate house

THE DART: Resident uses thrift shop to decorate house

NATCHEZ — Joyce Hawkins knows how to make a house a home and on the cheap. “I can go over to the thrift store with ... Read more | Add your comment

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Don’t just toss your flag

NATCHEZ — If you noticed during last weekend’s Fourth of July festivities, any U.S. flags that are no longer in tip-top shape, don’t just toss ... Read more  | Add your comment

  1. Teen brings hands, heart to Haiti  | Add your comment
  2. Natchez-Adams School District looking for 43 new teachers  | Add your comment
  3. Work on Natchez colonnades project in dispute  | Add your comment

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First Assembly of God starts Crosstown initiative

Children from Cambridge Heights Apartments started their July 4 with a block party. Read more | Add your comment

Fourth of July festivities rain down on Miss-Lou

Rain could not stop the Natchez area from celebrating July 4. Read more | Add your comment

MDOT to close lanes on eastbound bridge beginning Monday

On Monday, the Mississippi Department of Transportation will close lanes of traffic on the eastbound Mississippi River bridge between Natchez and Vidalia. The lane closures ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Photo feature: local kids get fit at camp  | Add your comment
  2. MDOT administering construction on U.S. 61  | Add your comment
  3. Natchez selected as best weekend getaway  | Add your comment
  4. Young women inspire others  | Add your comment
  5. 9-year-old entrepreneur finds niche in candle making  | Add your comment
  6. Adams County youth learn through summer work program  | Add your comment
  7. Hydroelectric royalties yield rebate for 2016  | Add your comment
  8. Inmate stabbed by another inmate  | Add your comment
  9. State passes law on texting, inspection sticker  | Add your comment
  10. Photo feature: Lemonade on the lawn  | Add your comment
  11. Legaux out as Natchez city planner  | Add your comment
  12. Audit misses deadline  | Add your comment
  13. Demo plans put on hold  | Add your comment
  14. Family fun day, workshop headline weekend  | Add your comment
  15. Law enforcement urges July 4 safety  | Add your comment
  16. Wedding officiants consider Supreme Court marriage ruling  | Add your comment

AP Headlines

Civil rights probe closed in Port Gibson hanging death

JACKSON (AP) — Investigators have found no evidence that the hanging death of a black man in Mississippi was a homicide, and the civil rights ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Jindal fights back after religious bill defeat  | Add your comment
  2. High winds blow rail cars off N.O. bridge  | Add your comment
  3. 5 years later, empty graves, full hearts for Gulf survivors  | Add your comment
  4. FBI says autopsy results of body found hanging in tree days away  | Add your comment

Sports

  1. ACCS to host camp featuring professional soccer players  | Add your comment
  2. SEC West loaded with big time games  | Add your comment
  3. Local youth improve softball skills at Delta Charter camp  | Add your comment
  4. Freeman to host alumni baseball game  | Add your comment
  5. Natchez all-stars fall short  | Add your comment
  6. Aerial Showcase: Natchez, Cathedral, Delta Charter compete in 7-on-7’s  | Add your comment

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Natchez man recalls contribution to American space efforts

Natchez man recalls contribution to American space efforts

For many, the space race is either a distant memory or something in history books. But for Claiborne Hollis, 86, of Natchez it’s part of ... Read more | Add your comment

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Wedded bliss: What will Supreme Court ruling mean for tourism?

Wedded bliss: What will Supreme Court ruling mean for tourism?

NATCHEZ — Dunleith has seen a 7-foot cake complete with 12 layers of interchanged flavors. Monmouth has completely closed its 26 acres to accommodate hundreds of ... Read more | Add your comment

Our Opinion

Good news all over Miss-Lou last week

While we celebrated our nation’s independence Saturday, we also had reason to celebrate many great accomplishments in the Miss-Lou. Let’s take a moment to call ... Read more | Add your comment

Columns

Imagination of daughter never ceases to amaze

Right after my daughter was born, probably half a dozen or so people came up to ... Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

Racism is more than flying a flag

I’m sorry, but I just don’t see the connection between the Confederate flag and racism. Read more | Add your comment

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Tricentennial license plate embraces history, spirit

As 2016 quickly approaches, we are getting in gear to make the most of our upcoming Tricentennial. The celebration of 300 years could have a ... Read more | Add your comment