Different faces: Pilgrimage officials see younger, more diverse crowd

Different faces: Pilgrimage officials see younger, more diverse crowd

NATCHEZ — Natchez tourism officials and antebellum homeowners are excited about the young, diverse crowd that visited during Spring Pilgrimage this year. Read more | Add your comment

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3rd man arrested in fatal shooting

NATCHEZ — A third Natchez man was arrested Friday in connection with a Feb. 23 East Stiers Lane killing. Read more  | Add your comment

  1. Vidalia man apprehended for attempted murder  | Add your comment
  2. Faith & Family: Family finds tune with CrossPoint choir  | Add your comment
  3. Church raising money for Clayton man  | Add your comment

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Third man charged with murder for February killing

NATCHEZ — A third man has been arrested in connection with a Feb. 23 East Stiers Lane killing. Natchez Police Detective Jerry Ford said Alan T. ... Read more | Add your comment

New power plant could bring lower costs to parish residents

VIDALIA — Louisiana Electric Power Association officials broke ground Thursday on a power plant meant to bring more stable and efficient energy to Vidalia and ... Read more | Add your comment

American Midstream asks objection be thrown out in gas pipeline case

NATCHEZ — The company that is seeking to abandon the area’s only natural gas pipeline requested federal regulators throw out an objection to its proposal ... Read more | Add your comment

Everyday Hero: Volunteer spends time giving back to church, community

NATCHEZ — Jack Cox enjoys what he does so much; it can hardly be called work. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Photo feature: Holy Family students reenact Easter story  | Add your comment
  2. News photo: One-vehicle ferriday wreck  | Add your comment
  3. NHS students expose teen drinking statistic to classmates  | Add your comment
  4. Storm disaster loans available for Miss-Lou residents  | Add your comment
  5. 2 fires under review in Adams County  | Add your comment
  6. Tourism expert says CVB director position best for ‘objective outsider’  | Add your comment
  7. Wrecked cars show reality of crime in Vidalia  | Add your comment
  8. Weekend Ticket: Library events, Easter egg hunts slated for weekend  | Add your comment
  9. ACSO publishes late fatal wreck report  | Add your comment
  10. Photo feature: Springin’ to good times at Spring Fling  | Add your comment
  11. Corps disagrees with mayor on riverfront project  | Add your comment
  12. Man arrested on statutory rape charges  | Add your comment
  13. Natchez man pleads guilty to fraud  | Add your comment
  14. Mayor, school leaders visiting model school  | Add your comment
  15. Bright Future: Morgantown students invited to play at Carnegie Hall  | Add your comment
  16. Photo feature: Library has gone to the dogs  | Add your comment

AP Headlines

Cochran tops McDaniel in financing

U.S. Sen. Thad Cochran of Mississippi has raised more than three times as much campaign cash this year as Chris McDaniel, his challenger in the ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Many constituents willing to forgive Rep. McAllister  | Add your comment
  2. Federal regulators deny pipeline timeline request  | Add your comment
  3. Jindal joins those calling for resignation of McAllister  | Add your comment
  4. GOP leaders keep distance from Rep. McAllister  | Add your comment

Sports

Rough start by Natchez  leads to 12-1 loss against McComb

Rough start by Natchez leads to 12-1 loss against McComb

NATCHEZ — The Natchez High School Bulldogs were able to get some hits at Chester Willis field against McComb High School Friday, but they just ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Stewart overcomes knee injury at NSU  | Add your comment
  2. ACCS track wins district championship  | Add your comment
  3. Dr. Anderson wins second Chamber of Commerce tourney  | Add your comment
  4. Cross steps up to the plate for Trinity  | Add your comment
  5. Natchez Golf classic slated for Thursday  | Add your comment
  6. Scholar Athlete: ACCS painter, tennis athlete has 4.0 GPA  | Add your comment

Style

Readers, friends remember Democrat columnist

Readers, friends remember Democrat columnist

The slightly worn and faded page of a 2004 newspaper clipping featuring Christina Hall’s recipe for coconut cake always brings back fond memories for Pete ... Read more | Add your comment

Business

Small businesses growing at  Alcorn State technology incubator

Small businesses growing at Alcorn State technology incubator

When Lauren Jones’s business lost its logical home, she was ready for a helping hand. Read more | Add your comment

Our Opinion

Making texts public records aids openness

The Mississippi Ethics Commission struck a blow for government transparency last week by ruling text messages of public officials are public records. Read more | Add your comment

Columns

Informed choices are best approach

I wish I lived in Natchez Alderman Mark Fortenbery’s ward. Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

Dimples players should stay in their lane

For the last two months, there has been so much talk about Dimples Lounge on Main Street. Read more | Add your comment

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NACHS thankful for area support

The calendar may say April, but for the Natchez Adams County Humane Society, our hearts are so full of thanksgiving that I’m convinced it must ... Read more | Add your comment