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PGC, NPT suit against former employees still ongoing

NATCHEZ — The Pilgrimage Garden Club and a company it owns, Natchez Pilgrimage Tours, is suing former Pilgrimage ...

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Patten reacts to Tyre Nichols video: Says officers should police their own

NATCHEZ — Adams County Sheriff Travis Patten reacted Friday night on social media to the body camera and ...

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WORLD PREMIERE: Debut of play honoring Miss-Lou veterans is Saturday, Sunday at NLT

NATCHEZ — Saturday, Jan. 28,  is the “world premiere” of a new play at Natchez Little Theatre, written ...

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OPEN HOUSE: Public invited to walk through dispensary made from cannabis fibers Feb. 4

NATCHEZ — As the first medical cannabis dispensaries open in Mississippi, some in Natchez are getting ready to ...

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LOVE AND UNITY: Area pastors come together for unity church service

VIDALIA, La. — This Sunday, multiple pastors in the Miss-Lou are coming together to host a community service, ...

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Downtown merchants invited to meeting Thursday morning at Natchez Coffee with American Cruise Lines representative

NATCHEZ — The Downtown Natchez Alliance will host Shelly Hartfield of American Cruise Lines on Thursday, Feb. 2, ...

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Sheriff Patten chosen for Department of Homeland Security’s federal leadership training academy

NATCHEZ — Recognized for his leadership skills, Adams County Sheriff Travis Patten is in Georgia this week at ...

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38 apply for Adams County administrator position

NATCHEZ — The Adams County Board of Supervisors received 38 applications for its county administrator position. The job ...

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‘Always there to help’: McLaurin Elementary coping with sudden death of teacher

NATCHEZ — Natchez-Adams School District and McLaurin Elementary School lost one of their beloved teachers earlier this week. ...

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34th annual Natchez Literary and Cinema Celebration pays homage to ‘The Better Half’

NATCHEZ — Miss America 1960, a former Mississippi First Lady-turned author, an award-winning Washington Post journalist and countless ...

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Only four more business days to qualify as candidate for county offices

NATCHEZ — Daye Dearing has qualified as a candidate for Adams County Circuit Clerk. She qualified today, Jan. ...

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ONLY A TEST: Weather sirens to go off at 1 p.m. today

NATCHEZ — Adams County weather sirens are expected to sound at 1 p.m. today, according to a CodeRED ...

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Cashing in: Natchez woman wins big prize in daily lottery drawing

A Natchez woman cashed in and turned her $4 into more than $2,000 thanks to a Mississippi Lottery ...

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SHOPPING FOR FREE: Miss-Lou free community shopping day Saturday, Feb. 4

NATCHEZ — Two words rarely seen in the same sentence, “shopping” and “free,” are the theme of a ...

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City inks deal with Historic Natchez Foundation for Auburn

NATCHEZ — The Historic Natchez Foundation is all set to take over operations at the city-owned antebellum house ...

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Natchez Historical Society 2023 dinner draws record crowd, despite stormy weather

By ROSCOE BARNES III Special to The Natchez Democrat NATCHEZ — The Natchez Historical Society saw a record ...

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‘An open-ended check’: Alderman balks at lack of details as U.S. Colored Troops Monument plans approved by council

NATCHEZ — A request from the Natchez U.S. Colored Troops Monument committee to approve its final site and ...

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STORIES BY THE FIRE: Native American storytellers entertain guests at Grand Village

NATCHEZ — Saturday evening rain did not dampen the mood of a fireside storytelling at the Grand Village ...

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Visit Natchez eager to launch new branding Jan. 30

NATCHEZ — Visit Natchez has a secret that has been tough for them to keep, but they hope ...

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FREE AND CLEAR: Expungement Clinic grants second chances

NATCHEZ — Vicksburg’s Sengrid Jones will be 16 years clean and sober in February, but one thing that ...

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