Dispatcher spends holiday protecting residents, deputies

Dispatcher spends holiday protecting residents, deputies

NATCHEZ — While residents were firing up the grill and lounging by the lake, Artimese Green Evans was sitting by the phone keeping Adams County ... Read more | Add your comment

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Manning case back before judge; State high court to hear arguments in October

JACKSON — A Mississippi death row inmate is back before the state’s high court, but not for the 1992 slaying of a Natchez native. Read more  | Add your comment

  1. Financial aid, high school prep meetings slated for Concordia parents  | Add your comment
  2. Viewfinder: Music provides outlet for siblings  | Add your comment
  3. UPDATE: Jackson police capture man in missing teen case  | Add your comment

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Democrat print delivery delayed

NATCHEZ – A mechanical breakdown with The Natchez Democrat’s printing press overnight caused delayed distribution of the newspaper. The press was repaired shortly after 6 ... Read more | Add your comment

Local with Habitat ties moves family into house

NATCHEZ — Twenty years and 16 houses later, Philip Rachal has gone full circle with Habitat for Humanity. Read more | Add your comment

City eyes bean field ownership; Legislative approval next step in process

NATCHEZ — Natchez’s legislative delegation will be called upon in the next session to help the city finally obtain the “bean field” property. Read more | Add your comment

The Dart: Basketball offers link for family

NATCHEZ — The sound of bonding between Emeal Smith and Avery Buchanan Wednesday came in the form of a basketball gliding through a net. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Amber Alert issued for Mississippi teenager  | Add your comment
  2. Natchez mayor wants to cut costs  | Add your comment
  3. Riverland Medical Center looks at feasibility of replacing facility  | Add your comment
  4. News gallery: Early Saturday morning house fire  | Add your comment
  5. Sunday Focus: State funds give boost to Vidalia Port plans  | Add your comment
  6. Photo gallery: Slippery when wet at car show  | Add your comment
  7. Photo gallery: Ruffling her feathers  | Add your comment
  8. Photo gallery: Vidalia kids take splash lessons  | Add your comment
  9. Cell phone use banned in Louisiana school zones  | Add your comment
  10. Judge sends NRMC plan to creditors; Confirmation hearing Sept. 29 in Natchez  | Add your comment
  11. National Register status sought for Margaret Martin  | Add your comment
  12. Challenge suit thrown out by Miss. judge  | Add your comment
  13. Photo feature: Visiting a grand landmark  | Add your comment
  14. Week 2: High school football scores  | Add your comment
  15. Standby tax included in Natchez Regional bankruptcy plan  | Add your comment
  16. Jambalaya cook-off kicks off United Way campaign  | Add your comment

AP Headlines

KiOR warns of possible bankruptcy

Struggling biofuel firm KiOR says in a financial filing that it will run out of money by September and that bankruptcy could follow. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Protestors unite against Ole Miss plan  | Add your comment
  2. Inmates sentenced in Natchez prison riot  | Add your comment
  3. James Luster loses appeal in Natchez slaying  | Add your comment
  4. McIlroy wins British Open for 3rd major  | Add your comment

Our Opinion

Lawsuit shines light on need for law change

Last week a retired chancery court judge settled the ongoing dispute among members of the Mississippi Republican Party — at least for now. Read more | Add your comment

Columns

Hospital bankruptcy deal smells

Can anyone believe much that comes from the mouths of those working to sell Natchez Regional ... Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

Celebrate Miss-Lou Red Ribbon Week

It may seem like a small gesture—pinning a red ribbon on your lapel for a week, wearing a red wristband, displaying a banner—but each act ... Read more | Add your comment

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Friday Forums making their return

It’s Friday Forum time again. Read more | Add your comment