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Letters to the Editor

Protests and riots are misdirected

According to the Federal Bureau of Prisons, 93.3 percent of prisoners in America are male and 6.7 percent are female. Read more

Many to thank for thoughtfulness

There are not enough words to express my gratitude and appreciation for the amazing treatment, sympathy, assistance, comfort and support shown to me by a ... Read more

Lean on God through troubled times

The Union Baptist Church Missionary Society was back on the road with outreach programs after a week of tumultuous weather. Director Evangelist Banks and Pastor ... Read more

I support Randy Freeman for sheriff

I recently resigned my position as captain with the Adams County Sheriff’s Office and joined the ranks of ACSO retired deputies on Feb. 25. I ... Read more

I support Randy Freeman for sheriff

I recently resigned my position as captain with the Adams County Sheriff’s Office and joined the ranks of ACSO retired deputies on Feb. 25. I ... Read more

Blues origin lost in Tableaux revision

This is in response to an article written about revision of The Historic Natchez Tableaux. I have trouble objectifying the mention of the Europeans getting ... Read more

Thanks for the love at Natchez Festival of Music event

Thank you for the love and generosity shown to the Natchez Festival of Music. Read more

Physicians know best with vaccines

Noting that milkmaids were generally immune to smallpox, Edward Jenner, an English physician, postulated that the pus in the blisters that milkmaids received from cowpox, ... Read more

Recreation plan isn’t this complicated

The concept of addressing our recreation needs seems simple, especially understanding there is keen interest in the community as evidenced by previous referendum and subsequent ... Read more

Sen. Sojourner should rethink bill

Sen. Melanie Sojourner recently submitted a bill to abolish resident hunting and fishing licenses and fees. She rationalizes the proposal by saying hunting and fishing ... Read more

Rosalie work needs clarification

Last week I traveled to Washington, D.C., with city officials to provide information to our Congressional delegation and other officials regarding our city’s Tricentennial plans ... Read more

Abolishing fees would help residents

I couldn’t help but laugh “a bit” this morning as I read Kevin Cooper’s column (The Natchez Democrat Jan. 25) criticizing state Sen. Melanie Sojourner’s ... Read more

Eola has much to offer city, region

My wife and I are very sad to learn of the closing of the Natchez Eola Hotel. We have visited Natchez numerous times over the ... Read more

Obama showing Marxist tendencies

Why are the hateful people never guilty of hate? Read more

Plenty of cheer spread at Camelot

Saturday, Dec. 27, was a very rainy and stormy day, but it didn’t deter the spiritual mission of Union Baptist Church Missionary Society from visiting ... Read more

Supervisors’ efforts much appreciated

The Adams County Board of Supervisors deserves to be commended for their “Pack The Pickup” drive in which they collected non-perishable food for the ... Read more

Community support unbelievable

Good morning, Natchez. Read more

Justice, quality real issues at hand

Your so-called liberals are not stirring up police brutality. Read more

Liberals stirring up police brutality issue

There are only two ways to get people to behave — respect and fear. All of this razzle-dazzle that is occurring today between police and suspects ... Read more

Measures need to be taken to survive

For a number of years now, our government has been espousing the theory that global warming is being cause by human activities, principally carbon dioxide ... Read more

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