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State testing reveals COVID’s impact in classroom

In a recent interview, Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann talked about the long-term negative effects of COVID on Mississippi ...

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Easter springs forth with good news

Last week was filled with Easter baskets and religious observances of the holiest day of the year. As ...

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Christ’s lessons still guide us

“But on the first day of the week, at early dawn, they went to the tomb, taking the ...

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County may have sound litter plan

On the surface, the plan Adams County Supervisors have devised to address illegal dumpsites across the county seems ...

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Maybe state auditor is best solution

Natchez city aldermen, clearly uncomfortable delving into a hot potato issue in the middle of election season, politely ...

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County takes step in right direction with tobacco ordinance

Films from the 1940s and 1950s glamourized smoking. The messages were clear: cool people smoked; sexy people smoked; ...

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Lawmaker needs to offer apology to citizen, state

If you find yourself trying to understand the nation’s collective intense disgust for establishment politicians in the world, ...

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Storms don’t keep away good news

Good morning and good Monday.

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County should lease, not sell IP property

Adams County Supervisors made a $9 million gamble nearly three years ago when purchasing the former International Paper ...

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Squabbling over CVB needs to end soon

Hopefully soon the Natchez mayor and board of aldermen can put an end to the squabbling at the ...

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Riverland needs to be more open about plans for hospital

Based on the tension apparent in Tuesday’s conversation at the Concordia Parish Police Jury meeting, clearly some bad ...

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Celebrate Natchez Tricentennial Day today

Happy Natchez Tricentennial Day to each of you.

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Government business is public record

Clearly, our state’s elected officials — or at least the majority of them — feel as if they’re ...

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Blue skies highlight good news

Blue skies were a welcome sight Sunday morning after a string of days filled with gray clouds and ...

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Voters should not follow mood to oust incumbents blindly

Donald Trump’s amazing rise in popularity as the Republican frontrunner for nomination for president underscores a phenomenon seen ...

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Congrats to Children’s Home on 200th anniversary

Most of us are quite familiar with Natchez’s ongoing celebration of 300 years of existence as an American ...

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Eola decision should return to planning commission

A decision on future development plans for the former Natchez Eola Hotel building is expected to come before ...

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FOR Natchez efforts to be applauded

Natchez is literally dripping with history. Most of us know that, but for many of us, we can ...

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Your vote matters in today’s primary

Today, Mississippi steps into the biggest national news story going — presidential politics.

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Good news caps off great weather

After such a beautiful weekend, most of us probably would prefer to play hooky from work or school ...

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