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Learn about ‘healing after loss’

The holiday season has ended and a New Year has been ushered in. This time of year can be difficult as the New Year’s rush ... Read more

Celebrate Little Theatre’s 67th season

Greetings, Natchez and the Miss-Lou! Read more

Mitchell is ideal NASD school board candidate

Over the past several years, Natchezians have witnessed many changes in our public education system. At this point, it’s safe that majority of these changes ... Read more

Come see the possibilities Saturday

Happy New Year to all! It’s a new year and time for a new beginning. Read more

Learn about slavery in Co-Lin class

It’s a classic line from a classic movie, Orson Welles’ The Third Man: “In Italy for 30 years under the Borgias, they had warfare and ... Read more

Be part of annual jambalaya cook-off

Calling all chefs and cooking teams! Read more

New genereation should be mindful

Each generation has its own twerks, tweets, and style of handling life; but as a baby boomer, it bothers me to see the millennial generation ... Read more

Residents owe thanks to Natchez bluffs

As the tricentennial approaches, the citizens of Natchez are blessed to have the bluffs as the centerpiece of the landscape. Read more

Start tricentennial with unity, praise

This remarkable Tricentennial year opens officially with a community-wide, nondenominational service on Saturday, Jan. 2 at 10 a.m. at the Natchez Civic Auditorium, 207 Jefferson ... Read more

May the spirit of Christmas enter our hearts

The shepherds were the first to be given the news by an angel that the long awaited savior was born. As they attempted to understand ... Read more

Natchez Little Theatre offers second winter workshop

When the gifts are unwrapped and the extended family goes home, your kids may be looking for something to do. Read more

It was an honor serving as sheriff

It will forever be a profound honor to have served our community as your Sheriff. Read more

Remember the miracle of Christmas

Seven days until Christmas. While the Christmas countdown makes children giddy with anticipation, most adults feel Christmas is more of an impending deadline than an ... Read more

Come hear about “Haves and Have Nots”

Lights, camera, action! Christmas comes but once a year, however Christ is with us 365 days of the year. Christmas is a time of reflections, ... Read more

Come sing along at New Covenant Church

Has it truly been a year? Has time really flown so fast? Read more

Why not gifts of art for Christmas?

ArtsNatchez Gallery, at 425 Main St., is gearing up for Gifts of Art, a new type of silent auction for us, just in time for ... Read more

Listen to sounds of season at St. Mary

Recently, I received a text containing a video of my 14-year-old granddaughter, Ella Marie. Somehow she had used an app on her iPhone to ... Read more

Choctaw to host Humane Society event

Please join us for our annual Natchez-Adams County Humane Society Christmas fundraiser on from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday at beautiful Choctaw Hall, home ... Read more

Come to Christmas Market on river

Temperatures are dropping, (well, maybe not this week), Christmas trees are going up, and it’s time to start thinking about presents for all of the ... Read more

Help provide with Christmas Tree Fund

Christmas is fast approaching, and many of us have already made our list and started the shopping frenzy. Read more

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