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Miss-Lou sports history: June 5

TWENTY YEARS AGO

Karen Blain and Augusta Smith of Natchez defeat Phebe Martin and Peggy Van Norman of Port Gibson, 6-1, 6-0 to win the Women’s 6.5 Doubles title at the 26th annual Natchez Cancer Tennis Tournament.

TEN YEARS AGO

Winning pitcher Christopher White strikes out 15 batters and he helps his own cause by going 2-for-3 with a triple as Whittington Insurance defeats Redd Pest 5-3 in Natchez Dixie Youth Baseball 11-12 action.

FIVE YEARS AGO

Natchez High School is still searching for a head football coach after Melvin Pete resigned as a teacher and coach in May after one season in which the Bulldogs were 5-6 and narrowly made the playoffs.

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Officials: Local hospital workers faced most challenging week

COVID-19

Governor orders state-wide mask mandate, restrictions on schools in ‘hot spots’

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Pets of the Week

COVID-19

Tuesday update: State reports new COVID-19 cases, deaths

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Monday update: State reports new COVID-19 cases, deaths

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Supervisors hire new County Administrator

COVID-19

Adams County extends mask mandate through September

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Public and private schools move start date due to pandemic

BREAKING NEWS

Adams County taps county comptroller to be next county administrator

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Dead bodies are stacking up in this Mississippi county, here’s why

COVID-19

Sunday update: Mississippi health department reports new COVID-19 cases, deaths

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NASA astronauts on SpaceX capsule make first splashdown in 45 years

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The Dart: Local shut-ins are nothing but fun

COVID-19

Concordia Parish records 16 new COVID-19 cases since Wednesday

COVID-19

COVID-19 cases in Mississippi continue to rise

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Photo gallery: Natchez alderman hosts drive-thru barbeque

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Crime reports: Saturday, Aug. 1, 2020

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Updated 2:08 p.m.: Adams County Sheriff’s deputies investigating scene of fatal shooting

BREAKING NEWS

Balloons will fly; music events, other festivities canceled for balloon fest 2020

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Sunday Focus: Local doctors debunk myths about COVID-19

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Home Ministry: Catholic youth spend summer helping community

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Donations sought for Gayrage Sale encore

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Someone to look up to: Merrill sworn in for second term as Vidalia police chief

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Alderman to offer free drive-thru barbecue Saturday