The Dart: Natchez couple enjoying benefits of retirement

The Dart: Natchez couple enjoying benefits of retirement

Louise Peabody was not sure if retirement suited her. Read more | Add your comment

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Work farm idea surfaces again

NATCHEZ — A local judge has expressed his interest in seeing Adams County develop a work farm for those who have been convicted of crimes ... Read more  | Add your comment

  1. Truck goes into river  | Add your comment
  2. National Night Out is Tuesday  | Add your comment
  3. Habitat house changing lives  | Add your comment

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Sunday Focus: Election will help determine more than $820,000 in salaries

NATCHEZ —When Adams County voters head to the polls Tuesday, the future political careers of incumbents won’t just be in the balance. Read more | Add your comment

Voters go to polls Tuesday

NATCHEZ — Voters will head to the polls on Tuesday to cast ballots in a plethora of county and state elections. Read more | Add your comment

Tricentennial Commission to host party Monday

NATCHEZ — Before the city blows out its 300th birthday candle, the Natchez Tricentennial Commission is making sure the 299th candle isn’t overshadowed. Read more | Add your comment

School supplies, food given out at event

VIDALIA — As summer nears its end, a number of families gathered Saturday for one last hurrah. Read more | Add your comment

  1. Alcorn School of Nursing hires dean, asst. dean  | Add your comment
  2. Cooking oil spills on local road  | Add your comment
  3. Candidates file campaign finance reports  | Add your comment
  4. New Natchez fire chief has big goals for department  | Add your comment
  5. Delta-Energy almost ready to start  | Add your comment
  6. Inmate allegedly uses pepper spray on employee  | Add your comment
  7. Delta Charter names new headmaster  | Add your comment
  8. Local prepares kids for kindergarten  | Add your comment
  9. Mayor Brown said D.C. trip was a success  | Add your comment
  10. Photo feature:Local kids pitch in at Duncan Park  | Add your comment
  11. FPD restructured, unclear why  | Add your comment
  12. City looks to attract business to old Titan Tire site  | Add your comment
  13. Natchez National Historical Park to unveil Rosalie plan  | Add your comment
  14. Dogs susceptible to heat stroke  | Add your comment
  15. Saturday last day for absentee voting  | Add your comment
  16. Cathedral seeking switch to MAIS  | Add your comment

AP Headlines

Fitch tries to hold off GOP primary challenge from McRae

First-term Mississippi Treasurer Lynn Fitch is trying to fend off a Republican primary challenge from a fellow attorney who used to work in the Unclaimed ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Pickering and Butler vie for GOP nomination for auditor  | Add your comment
  2. Civil rights probe closed in Port Gibson hanging death  | Add your comment
  3. Jindal fights back after religious bill defeat  | Add your comment
  4. High winds blow rail cars off N.O. bridge  | Add your comment

Sports

THE EXTRA MILE: ACCS senior Butler attends month long camp before season

THE EXTRA MILE: ACCS senior Butler attends month long camp before season

NATCHEZ — A high school senior season comes around once in a lifetime, and Sam Butler went the extra mile to ensure his would be ... Read more | Add your comment

  1. Ferriday Gators, Vidalia All-Stars fall  | Add your comment
  2. Cathedral softball faces unexpected pressure after MAIS move  | Add your comment
  3. ACCS soccer picks up historic win  | Add your comment
  4. Cathedral, ACCS matchup a dream game  | Add your comment
  5. Ferriday ready to reign victorious at World Series  | Add your comment
  6. Cathedral joins MAIS District 4-AAA  | Add your comment

Style

Natchez High School band prepares to take field

Natchez High School band prepares to take field

It’s summer and it’s band camp. For the past few weeks, Natchez High School band member’s days have been filled with the sight of fellow ... Read more | Add your comment

Business

Local businesses see opportunities in city’s tricentennial celebration

Local businesses see opportunities in city’s tricentennial celebration

NATCHEZ — For Karla Brown, the Natchez Tricentennial isn’t just another opportunity to showcase the city she’s been promoting with her tour business. It’s a ... Read more | Add your comment

Our Opinion

New faces welcomed in the Miss-Lou

The Miss-Lou is known for its hospitality, and last week we welcomed a few new faces, along with promoting some deserving individuals. Let’s take a ... Read more | Add your comment

Columns

County needs a new sheriff, Patten right fit

After months of political signs, mail-outs, candidates’ forums and push cards and a bit of mudslinging, ... Read more | Add your comment

Letters to the Editor

Respect was dilligently given

Oftentimes in life, people who go above and beyond the call of duty get overlooked. I would like to commend Charles Harrigill for his untiring ... Read more | Add your comment

Top of the Morning

Thanks for another great summer

Here I am again, trying to write this short column addressing the readership of The Natchez Democrat. Read more | Add your comment