The Dart: Young Vidalia boys bond over ball, outdoors events

The Dart: Young Vidalia boys bond over ball, outdoors events

VIDALIA — In a day and age of videogames and curling up to daylong binge television watching sessions a few rare young people still get ... Read more | Add your comment

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Courthouse records: April 17-23, 2015

Adams County
April 17-23

Civil suits filed
Estate of Byron Boyette.
Estate of Margaret Douglas.
DHS — Howard Blount.
DHS — Travis Owens.
DHS — Tarvares Letcher.
DHS — Adrian Perry.
Errica Lashane Ealey A/K/A ... Read more  | Add your comment

  1. Pinwheels bring message to Miss-Lou  | Add your comment
  2. Children’s home plants flowers for awareness  | Add your comment
  3. Filmmakers to gather Thursday for coalition meeting  | Add your comment

Mississippi River level at Natchez

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Natchez man reverses diabetes through diet, exercise

NATCHEZ — As long as Robert Pernell could simply take some pills, he didn’t worry about his diabetes. Read more | Add your comment

Clinton Foundation ready to unveil area health blueprint

NATCHEZ — The Clinton Foundation’s Health Matters Initiative and its partner, Humana, are ready to unveil its blueprint for creating a healthier Natchez and Adams ... Read more | Add your comment

Early college teacher leads 2015 class

NATCHEZ — For many teachers, serving students is a calling. Read more | Add your comment

Residents reflect on historic fire

NATCHEZ — Community members gathered Saturday to remember the tragic Rhythm Night Club Fire, which took place 75 years ago in Natchez. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Photo feature: Local belles go for a bike ride  | Add your comment
  2. Call sends officers to Co-Lin campus  | Add your comment
  3. West students opt for ties to help build character  | Add your comment
  4. Natchez man dies in car crash  | Add your comment
  5. Aldermen interview five NASD applicants  | Add your comment
  6. Fund set up to pay for abused, neglected dog’s care  | Add your comment
  7. Minister drawn to area to help teach God’s message  | Add your comment
  8. Photo feature: Re-enactors march down Main Street  | Add your comment
  9. Blue Bell recalls ice cream in Mississippi, Louisiana  | Add your comment
  10. Vidalia man, mother allegedly kidnap 2 children  | Add your comment
  11. Woman reports assault in woods  | Add your comment
  12. Natchez native wins state school administrator award  | Add your comment
  13. Photo feature: Locals perform operatic rendition of Pinocchio  | Add your comment
  14. Rhythm fire marks 75 years  | Add your comment
  15. Vidalia Police to begin using drones  | Add your comment
  16. Roast, Alcorn walk/run highlight weekend  | Add your comment

AP Headlines

5 years later, empty graves, full hearts for Gulf survivors

Courtney Kemp was getting dressed for work when husband Wyatt walked in and sat down. He didn’t speak, but she could tell something was weighing ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. FBI says autopsy results of body found hanging in tree days away  | Add your comment
  2. Natchez woman, group organizing event  | Add your comment
  3. Madison mayor qualifies to run for State Auditor  | Add your comment
  4. Natchez RadioShack facing possible closure  | Add your comment


Captain Rodgers: Lady Vikings senior finishes varsity career on high note

Captain Rodgers: Lady Vikings senior finishes varsity career on high note

VIDALIA — Vidalia High School’s Taylor Rodgers had nothing to hang her head about when she walked off a softball field for the last time ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Mississippi State beats No. 25 Arkansas  | Add your comment
  2. Natchez boys win track regionals meet, girls come in second  | Add your comment
  3. Natchez defeats Picayune, 4-2  | Add your comment
  4. Valuable life lessons offered in softball victory  | Add your comment
  5. WILL TO WIN: Natchez High’s Daryl Jones runs in his father’s memory  | Add your comment
  6. Cathedral loses tight battle with 6A foe  | Add your comment


Local troops prepare for annual cancer battle

Local troops prepare for annual cancer battle

They don’t wear armor, but they might as well be soldiers for what they’ve battled. Cancer survivors across the Miss-Lou will be honored May 1 ... Read more | Add your comment


Mon´Amie: Long-time friends open children’s shop on Main Street

Mon´Amie: Long-time friends open children’s shop on Main Street

NATCHEZ — Sommer Guedon remembers well the time she bought her daughter a dress and a pair of shoes for a wedding, but by the ... Read more | Add your comment

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Rescued pups, school leader headline week

From elementary students sporting neckties to a Natchez native honored as the state administrator of the year, the Miss-Lou looked mighty sharp last week. Let’s ... Read more | Add your comment


Bartering is often a part of life

Moments of clarity seem to come more quickly with age — though admittedly for many ... Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

Tossing rocks into fray doesn’t help

I wish to address several things regarding yet another letter to The Democrat from Ed Field. Read more | Add your comment

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All ‘Beatles’ fans unite for great show

I have always enjoyed the Beatles’ music and have played those famous songs many times in my own band. The Beatles changed the music world ... Read more | Add your comment