Sen. Landrieu joins local leaders for Vidalia Technology Center groundbreaking

Sen. Landrieu joins local leaders for Vidalia Technology Center groundbreaking

Vidalia officials gathered Thursday on the promise that moving a little dirt will be the nudge needed to move Vidalia into the 21st century. Read more | Add your comment

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East Honda dealership facility to be purchased

The sale of Natchez auto dealership East Honda is expected to be finalized today, purchaser Brad Yarbrough said. Read more  | Add your comment

  1. Stricter discipline policies enacted for Ferriday students  | Add your comment
  2. P-16 Council taking on public education issues  | Add your comment
  3. Photo gallery: Ghost tales and duck hunts  | Add your comment

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Everyday heroes: Carnival lights up special needs attendees

Halloween came early for the clients of Brandi’s Hope thanks to several members of the Concordia Parish Sheriff’s Office. Read more | Add your comment

Jury finds shooter guilty; Man convicted of second-degree murder

VIDALIA — The most shocking part of Vincent Dotson’s murder trial for Angela McGraw-Booker was hearing how her son died living out lessons she taught ... Read more | Add your comment

Increased visitors reported during Fall Pilgrimage

NATCHEZ — Fall Pilgrimage is in the books, and nearly 12,000 visitors marched into the Natchez Visitor Reception Center. Read more | Add your comment

Veterans honored with New Orleans trip

NATCHEZ — Members of “The Greatest Generation” will hit the road next month to visit a museum honoring them and others who fought in World ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Weekend Ticket: Halloween sights highlight weekend events  | Add your comment
  2. Photo feature: Come in for a scare  | Add your comment
  3. Photo feature: Fall fun  | Add your comment
  4. Jury finds Dotson guilty of second-degree murder  | Add your comment
  5. Area churches offering array of fall events  | Add your comment
  6. Scaring for a cause: Cox Hill prepares for frightening fundraising  | Add your comment
  7. Longwood goes spooky for Halloween carnival  | Add your comment
  8. Ridley, Borum named Natchezians of year  | Add your comment
  9. No action taken on housing at Margaret Martin School  | Add your comment
  10. Murder trial continues with accounts of shooting  | Add your comment
  11. GRITS needs your online votes  | Add your comment
  12. Ferriday Rotary plans Nov. 6 pancake supper  | Add your comment
  13. Aldermen to review proposals for repurposing of Margaret Martin, General Hospital  | Add your comment
  14. Trial begins for Vidalia man accused in fatal 2013 shooting  | Add your comment
  15. Auditor continuing to work issues with Natchez finances  | Add your comment
  16. City clerk change continues through system  | Add your comment

AP Headlines

Manning lawyers to court: Witness lied

JACKSON (AP) — Lawyers for a Mississippi death row inmate told state Supreme Court justices Monday that he deserves a new trial because evidence that ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. District planned to track fracking water use  | Add your comment
  2. 4 killed, 6 hurt in Brookhaven wreck  | Add your comment
  3. Mississippi kindergarten scores show reading lag  | Add your comment
  4. Louisiana runoff may decide Senate  | Add your comment

Sports

Changing the game: Hudl technology allows players, coaches to view games in new way

Changing the game: Hudl technology allows players, coaches to view games in new way

For high school coaches and players in the area, one application has changed the game of football. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Vikings look to capture first victory  | Add your comment
  2. Scholar Athlete: Trinity’s Adams balances making A’s and B’s with football duties  | Add your comment
  3. Trojans await pivotal district battle  | Add your comment
  4. Bulldogs concentrate on future  | Add your comment
  5. Local teams gear up for Friday night lights clash  | Add your comment
  6. Saints build off of last year’s 12 wins with fresh talent  | Add your comment

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Annual cemetery tour features new cast of characters

Annual cemetery tour features new cast of characters

Famed Natchez residents will have their stories told during this year’s production of Angels on the Bluff. The annual event — slated for Nov. 6-8 ... Read more | Add your comment

Business

Working it out on the mat: Center aims to form one yoga community

Working it out on the mat: Center aims to form one yoga community

NATCHEZ — In a world where the noise and stresses of forces beyond your control can dominate the rhythms of your inner cognition, sometimes you ... Read more | Add your comment

Our Opinion

Visitors serve as reminder of city’s value

You no doubt noticed more people walking around Natchez in the last month or so. Read more | Add your comment

Columns

Hot breath not the worst thing in the world

If hot, dog breath is the worst thing that happens to you, you must be having ... Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

Let’s diversify musical acts in Natchez

Oct. 17 was the day of the Great Mississippi River Balloon Race. This event is supposed to be for all people to come out and ... Read more | Add your comment

Top of the Morning

Come share your grief with all of us

My wife and I and several others are facilitating a class called “GriefShare” at Parkway Baptist Church on Wednesday nights at 5:30 this fall for ... Read more | Add your comment