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Despite changes, our mission remains same

In the weeks since the coronavirus pandemic has begun spreading across the U.S., a lot has changed. Read more

13 hours ago by Rex Maynor.

Worship safely on Easter Sunday

Gov. Tate Reeves found a way to right a wrong that resulted from mixed messages in his statements regarding his vague shelter-in-place executive order that ... Read more

19 hours ago by Editorial Board.

Positive message works better than threats

One of the lessons from the COVID-19 pandemic of 2020 may be that legislating human behavior is more than difficult. It is nearly impossible. Read more

2 days ago by Editorial Board.

Sheriff’s inaction could cost us dearly in crisis

I propose a round of applause for our mayor. He has been swift, decisive and ahead of the curve when it comes to protecting this ... Read more

3 days ago by Letters to the Editor.

Do right thing and stay away from crowds

I read the article about a church having services, and I was very disappointed. Read more

3 days ago by Top of the morning.

Gov. Reeves needs to clarify his order

Gov. Tate Reeves should clarify his shelter-in-place order in regard to whether church meetings of more than 10 people are prohibited. Read more

3 days ago by Editorial Board.

We need a stimulus program for students

Due to the corona virus epidemic shouldn’t school for students kindergarten through 12th grade be considered officially ended? Read more

4 days ago by Letters to the Editor.

Nature provides beauty in spite of difficult times

In this era of uncertainty, let’s look to mother nature for a small measure of good news in what often appears otherwise in the era ... Read more

4 days ago by Editorial Board.

Pray congregation will quit holding services

Bishop Stanley Searcy, pastor of New Hope the Vision Center Missionary Baptist Church, held a Palm Sunday church service complete with communion and passing of ... Read more

4 days ago by Scott Hawkins.

CARES Act funding is there if you need it

The COVID-19 pandemic has been all around tough. Read more

7 days ago by Editorial Board.

Follow Gov. Tate Reeves’ order: Stay at Home!

Finally, Mississippi Gov. Tate Reeves has done what so many other governors throughout the nation did before him, issued a statewide stay-at-home order for all ... Read more

1 week ago by Editorial Board.

Keep Joyce Arceneaux-Mathis in Ward 1

I am pleased to write this letter in support of the re-election of Alderwoman Joyce Arceneaux Mathis for Ward 1. Read more

1 week ago by Letters to the Editor.

Shelter pets need adoption now more than ever

The present situation emphasizes the urgency to finalize and adopt a comprehensive animal control ordinance in the City Of Natchez. Read more

1 week ago by Top of the morning.

COVID-19 cases are more than current numbers

How much trust should residents put in the numbers coming from state officials about the COVID-19 outbreak? Read more

1 week ago by Editorial Board.

Thanks for Sunday’s editorial supporting Mire

All I can say is that the paper’s editorial of  March 29 was “spot-on!” Read more

1 week ago by Letters to the Editor.

Pastor supports Arceneaux-Mathis for Ward 1

Experienced, dedicated, knowledgeable, progressive, trustworthy, hardworking, caring and God-fearing all describe Alderwoman Joyce Arceneaux-Mathis.  Read more

1 week ago by Letters to the Editor.

Thursday is chance for free COVID-19 testing in Natchez

Mississippi’s COVID-19 cases continue to grow, including cases in Adams County. Read more

1 week ago by Editorial Board.

How to cope in COVID-19 social distancing

Take a deep breath. Enjoy the tranquil world of self-isolation. Read more

2 weeks ago by Scott Hawkins.

Why I support Joyce Arceneaux Mathis for Ward 1

Joyce Arceneaux-Mathis is an experienced leader in the City of Natchez. Her effectiveness can be seen through her accomplishments as Alderwoman of Ward 1 for ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Letters to the Editor.

Now is a time for truth, facts, leadership

Comments made by Natchez-Adams County Emergency Management Director Robert Bradford Sr. at a special Adams County Board of Supervisors meeting on Friday, which are published ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Editorial Board.

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