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07-26-10 Looking back

TWENTY YEARS AGO — Bryan Rabb, Richard Punches, Lance Beesley and Joey Givens each hit home runs to lead Natchez Wallace past Brookhaven 21-4 to win the Dixie Youth 11-12-year-old district tournament.

TEN YEARS AGO — Michael Blair and Garrett Jones each go 2-for-4 to lead the Natchez Dixie Youth 14-year-old All-Star team to a 9-6 win over Summit to advance to the semifinals of the state tournament.

FIVE YEARS AGO — Daniel Dunaway strikes out 10 while Lee Fairbanks scores the game-winning run in the bottom of the seventh as the Natchez 11-year-old All-Stars defeat Petal 3-2 at the state tournament.

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Boy Scouts build K-9 obstacle course

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Adams County Tax Collector, Tax Assessor offices close due to COVID-19

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Season of Wishes: Seeds of Change has a mission to help people

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African-Cuban dance and drum celebration is this weekend

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State Health Officer urges people to avoid public events

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Natchez mayor: Titan Tire plant to remain open to industrial prospects

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Natchez interviews 3 fire chief candidates

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State reaches new one-day high in COVID-19 case numbers

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Natchez firefighters battle Tuesday night house fire

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Season of Wishes: Christmas Tree fund in need of donations

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Trinity Medical cuts ribbon, hopes to be open in January

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Adams County included in Gov. Reeves’ mask mandate

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$20.7M contract awarded for new Natchez High School building

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Natchez mayor elaborates on Christmas parade COVID-19 plans

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Mississippi reports record number of virus hospitalizations

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Vidalia pastor sets up GoFundMe account for niece who lost 3 children in Thanksgiving fire

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Adams County records another COVID-19 death

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Kyzar blends work, home life

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Rep. Sam C. Mims, V, Awarded State Legislator of the Year by Rural Health Association

DEVELOPING NEWS

Natchez mayor announces change in Christmas parade plans after COVID-19 numbers spike

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Bird’s-eye view: Artist with Natchez roots gives creations new perspective

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Hundreds turnout for Natchez Christmas tree lighting Saturday night

BREAKING NEWS

Natchez-Adams schools to continue virtual learning only through December

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E-911: Seconds can seem like minutes in emergencies (with audio)