Editorials

Remarkable things happening at Concord

There is something about placing your fingers inside of the prints left by a person who fashioned a ...

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Comforting thoughts in aftermath of Texas school shooting

The attack on Robb Elementary School shook many across the country. Last week, 19 students between seven and ...

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In memoriam of heroes

To the soldiers, who never came home, we salute you. We do not take for granted those in ...

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Railway to opportunity on the horizon

Some officials of Concordia Parish Police Jury said they remember the glory days when a railway line entered ...

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Supervisors need to stop kicking jail issue down the road

The Adams County Board of Supervisors is tired of hearing about the poor conditions at the county’s jail. ...

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Jenkins a great choice for Chamber’s top job

The Natchez-Adams Chamber of Commerce selection committee did a great job when it chose Lyn Fortenbery Jenkins to ...

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People are loud until it’s their turn to speak up

One word can be used to sum up the listening session hosted by the Natchez Adams School District ...

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Acquisition of the Guest House a point of pride for us all

We are always pleased when investors from out of the area choose to take a chance on Natchez. ...

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Nothing like the good old days

Ah, to be young again and experience the good old days of high school. Maybe not so much ...

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Morgantown Road, county jail should be top priorities

Adams County officials have said repeatedly that Morgantown Road is top of mind, as it should be. The ...

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Thanks to you, a tragic story has a happy ending

Our hearts were saddened at the loss of “Mama Dog” who roamed Natchez streets. Her life was needlessly ...

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Gov. embarrasses us all with Confederate Heritage Month proclamation, again

Other Opinion On April 8, Mississippi Governor Tate Reeves proclaimed April as Confederate Heritage Month, as he has ...

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School board has difficult decisions ahead

We need to keep an open mind as the Natchez-Adams County School Board works through the challenges of ...

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Rhythm Night Club fire commemoration is Saturday

The Rhythm Night Club Memorial Museum will commemorate the 82nd anniversary of the Rhythm Night Club Fire of ...

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Treasure the light of Christ today and every day

“Why do you seek the living among the dead? He is not here, but he has risen.” Luke ...

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Easter truly a time of renewal in Natchez

The past week has been a blur! In fact, so many things have been happening that is has ...

Business Main

OPPORTUNITY AWAITS: Meet Congressman and learn how to start a new business at Alcorn Natchez event

Thursday is an important day in Natchez. It’s the day the Alcorn State University’s Women’s Business Center will ...

Editorials

Our opinion: It’s time to sing a new tune, Mississippi

Will “Go, Mississippi” finally be gone? It seems likely to happen, assuming state lawmakers can agree on the ...

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Gibson: ‘Teamwork makes the dream work’

Just a few weeks into the job of being Mayor, I had the pleasure of getting to work ...

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Biden policy on American oil production makes no sense

It seems ironic that the Biden Administration is begging foreign governments to produce more oil for our country, ...

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