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Miss-Lou sports history: June 8

TWENTY YEARS AGO

Mattie Smith, the only female playing in Natchez Dixie Youth Baseball this year as part of the 11-12 team Blain Company and the first to do so in over 20 years, becomes the first female to hit a home run.

TEN YEARS AGO

Cathedral pitcher/infielder Dylan White and first baseman Tyler Ballard are named to the MAC All-State first team while outfielder Caleb Johnson and catcher Caleb Upton are on the All-State second team.

FIVE YEARS AGO

Dick Whitaker and Danny Huffines beat Joe Garrity and Allen Laird 6-3, 6-4 in the men’s 8.0 doubles finals in a battler of USTA teammates at the 36th annual Natchez Community Cancer Tennis Tournament.

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Officials: Local hospital workers faced most challenging week

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

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Pets of the Week

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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

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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

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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

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Concordia Parish records 16 new COVID-19 cases since Wednesday

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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

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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