Photo feature: All heart

Photo feature: All heart

Local seniors share their Valentine's love from the heart. Read more | Add your comment

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Natchez Tricentennial History Minute

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Faith and family: Work never done for Highland Baptist

When you are working for the Lord, your work is never done. Read more | Add your comment

Vidalia Board of Aldermen votes to hire independent auditor to investigate alleged wrongdoing

The Vidalia Board of Aldermen voted Thursday to hire an auditor to investigate an allegation of employee wrongdoing. Read more | Add your comment

More than $25,000 in campaign donations given to Vidalia mayoral candidates

A look at campaign finance reports shows that through Jan. 25 more than $25,000 has been given and almost $13,000 spent on the Vidalia mayor’s ... Read more | Add your comment

Junkin qualifies to run for Natchez mayor

Eric Shaun Junkin qualified Thursday to run for mayor in the upcoming Natchez city election Read more | Add your comment

  1. Ferriday focuses on street repair  | Add your comment
  2. Advertising firm presents tourism plan  | Add your comment
  3. Photo feature: What is love?  | Add your comment
  4. Parish school board exploring land swap  | Add your comment
  5. Adams County man indicted for murder  | Add your comment
  6. Dentist indicted for grand larceny  | Add your comment
  7. Balloonist stops in area while chasing after world record  | Add your comment
  8. Supervisors question port costs  | Add your comment
  9. Riverland Medical Center to stay in Ferriday  | Add your comment
  10. Vidalia Board of Aldermen to meet about personnel  | Add your comment
  11. 300 live oaks for tricentennial to be given away  | Add your comment
  12. Ferriday mayor paints bright future in state of town address  | Add your comment
  13. Former parish man serving life sentence for murder dies in prison  | Add your comment
  14. Weekend filled with Valentine’s, tricentennial events  | Add your comment
  15. Photo feature: The last throws  | Add your comment
  16. Vidalia aldermen meeting ends abruptly  | Add your comment

AP Headlines

State working with St. Joseph on tap water

Gov. John Bel Edwards says he’s told Louisiana’s health department to work with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to fix whatever is making tap water ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Southern Miss hires Alcorn’s Hopson  | Add your comment
  2. Can Allen help stop bleeding for New Orleans Saints?  | Add your comment
  3. SEC coaches under pressure cooker to win  | Add your comment
  4. Voters elect Edwards next La. governor  | Add your comment

Sports

JCHS girls continue winning ways in regular-season finale

JCHS girls continue winning ways in regular-season finale

FAYETTE — Jefferson County High School forward Diamond Smith stole a pass at half court with under three minutes left in the game. Read more | Add your comment

  1. ACCS boys advance  | Add your comment
  2. Trinity Episcopal girls win, ACCS falls  | Add your comment
  3. Ferriday girls secure win on senior night  | Add your comment
  4. PREP ROUNDUP: Natchez girls suffer loss to Jim Hill  | Add your comment
  5. Area squads eager for 2nd round of South State  | Add your comment
  6. Delta Charter School boys, girls end seasons with wins  | Add your comment

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Natchez Tricentennial celebrates African culture through food, music, people

Natchez Tricentennial celebrates African culture through food, music, people

A Swahili rallying cry meaning “all for one,” organizers say one word — harambee — is the essence of this month’s Natchez Tricentennial African culture ... Read more | Add your comment

Business

Craving crawfish: Miss-Lou catching annual mudbug madness

Craving crawfish: Miss-Lou catching annual mudbug madness

NATCHEZ — When the Super Bowl weekend rolls around every year, local businesses see a big spike in the sales of snacks and party supplies. But ... Read more | Add your comment

Our Opinion

Mechanic savings could be significant

Adams County supervisors may be many things, but being timid isn’t one of them. Read more | Add your comment

Columns

Take a look at Natchez History Minute videos

By late Thursday night, my 15 minutes of fame was over, well at least 1 minute ... Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

Vidalia needs to stop spending, pay debts

I am concerned about the future of our town and I want you to be aware of why I am concerned. Our city is in ... Read more | Add your comment

Top of the Morning

Spend romantic holiday with drama

Tom Jones chanted the lyrics “Love is in the air, everwhere I look around.” Read more | Add your comment