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Focus on metal health this month

May is designated as Mental Health Month. Read more

Should city seek bankruptcy relief?

Those who know me know I am no fan of Mississippi’s archaic state constitution and its anti-progressive stance on almost every social issue of the ... Read more

Suzi Russ’ legacy will live on for many years

I can’t recall a time when I knew about South Natchez-Adams High School that I didn’t also know about its Colonel’s Ladies drill team. Read more

Legends & Lore tricentennial event will be exciting in May

As part of your Natchez Tricentennial celebration plans for May, come out to the Hotel Vue at 5:30 p.m. on Monday evenings this month for ... Read more

April ends with week of good news

As the calendar turns another page to May and spring slowly simmers into summer let’s look at some of the good news from last week: ... Read more

Are voters ready to hire leaders?

In just more than one week, voters in the City of Natchez will head to the polls and vote. Read more

Get caught up with loved ones today

Apparently, another stage in my life has been reached — parents of friends, coworkers and acquaintances have been dying over the last several months at ... Read more

People with mental illness need options

As a new resident of Natchez, I appreciate the efforts of Brandy Lewis, Sheriff Patten, the AKA Sorority and others who are working to promote ... Read more

Come listen to The Broadway Boys

Concordia Parish Library is presenting The Broadway Boys from New York City and they will perform… A Tribute to “The Jersey Boys.” The concert will ... Read more

Miss-Lou is back in game for new industry

On the surface the news was devastating. Natchez missed landing a more than $1 billion investment from a Chinese paper manufacturer. Earlier this week a ... Read more

It’s time for Cathedral Crawfish Countdown

Spring has arrived and crawfish are in season. This can only mean one thing — Cathedral’s Crawfish Countdown. Read more

Come to Jimmy “Duck” record release, appreciation party

Today Smoot’s Grocery is hosting the record release and album pre-sale party of Jimmy “Duck” Holmes — one of the most celebrated rural blues musicians ... Read more

City allows tourism quagmire to continue

Clearly three aldermen and the mayor seem to think they know better than everyone else in the room. That’s about the only conclusion we can ... Read more

Come help support NECA academic excursion

All parents have similar dreams for their children. For some, they have dreams of their sons being engineers or professional football players. For others, it’s ... Read more

Do vehicles need sheriff’s monogram?

One look in the mirror confirms for us that we’re far from fashion experts. That said, we know what looks sharp when we see it. Read more

Law protects Christians from hate

I became aware of the “Protecting Freedom of Conscience” law about the time the Governor signed it. If you are a Mississippian, you have seen ... Read more

Billboard freeze smart move by city

Natchez aldermen are smart to put the brakes on further billboard construction in the City of Natchez until the issue can be fully discussed. Read more

Celebrate Medical Laboratory Week

Laboratory professionals find the unexpected. Read more

Join Trinity for Claws for a Cause

The first Claws for a Cause took place last May in the street in front of Trinity Episcopal Church, and it was a wonderful success. Read more

Area has much to be proud of last week

From the celebration of one of our area’s national treasures to the inauguration of a festival residents hope will become a treasured event for years ... Read more

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