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Fall in love with Duncan Park golf

You can hear the soft piano theme to The Masters on CBS as you drive beneath live oak trees that reach over the roadways in ... Read more

Closed party primary debate dividing GOP

Louisiana’s Republican leaders are sharply at odds over whether and how the state should redesign its primary elections, a resurfacing disagreement driven by political ideology ... Read more

Natchez National Historical Park, committed to telling stories of all people of Natchez

Do you remember the ancient Indian story about the three blind men and the elephant? I think that it points to much that is true ... Read more

Have you had your shots yet?

Remember back in January when there were thousands of people lining up to get their COVID-19 shots? The demand far outweighed the supply and scheduling ... Read more

Natchez National Historical Park, committed to telling stories of all people of Natchez

Do you remember the ancient Indian story about the three blind men and the elephant? I think that it points to much that is true ... Read more

Enjoy a dash of hope with Easter pudding

My, what a glorious day it is to those of the Christian faith. Today is the day we celebrate the day Jesus Christ was resurrected ... Read more

Natchez Bicycle Classic pedals on May 22

Time to dust off those bikes and get road ready because the Natchez Young Professionals are preparing for the second annual Natchez Bicycle Classic on ... Read more

Mississippi Capitol actions have real-life impact

If spring pollen keeps you congested, if you’re a 16-year-old enjoying freedom as a new driver or if you’re hosting a party and running short ... Read more

Editorial: Do not kid with matters of heart

Yazoo City native and adopted Natchezian John Taylor’s story about his battle with heart disease should serve as a reminder to all of us that ... Read more

Top of the Morning: Reject toxic attitude about race problems

This letter is in response to the opinion piece dated March 26 of this year entitled, “America’s Hate Problem Not a Coincidence,” submitted by Ray ... Read more

Sen. Barnett was victim, works to expand early release in Mississippi prisons

His father was murdered. Now he’s in the Senate working to expand early release in Mississippi prisons. Don’t call state Sen. Juan Barnett “a bleeding ... Read more

Evidence of God is all around us this Easter

The Covid vaccine came just in time for Thanksgiving. Now the end of Covid is coming just in time for Easter. Hallelujah! As I have ... Read more

Join ‘real talk’ about slave history

Natchezians have the opportunity to be a part of something very important on April 17. Joseph McGill of Charleston, S.C., who is a history consultant ... Read more

Why cruise boats are so important to Natchez

It’s about tourism and economic development. It’s about investment in Natchez. It’s about JOBS… This past week, I have had the pleasure of participating in ... Read more

America’s hate problem not a coincidence

Contrary to what you might hear on the national news or read in the big time papers, this country does not have a violence against ... Read more

Merit Health steadfast in service to Miss-Lou

I write today with hope for the future and gratitude for the resilience of our provider team at Merit Health Natchez. The pandemic has demonstrated ... Read more

Many to thank for our survival of COVID-19

There’s a light at the end of the tunnel, so the saying goes. Thank goodness for that. This past year has been one that no ... Read more

Celebrate local physicians on Doctor’s Day, March 30

To the editor: Delivering medical care during a global pandemic has required teamwork at the highest level, and doctors are fundamental to this effort. As ... Read more

Woman ‘backs the blue, as we all should’ after recent rescue by Natchez Police

To the editor: Kudos, great appreciation and always my support to our Natchez City Police Department. I had a dilemma while shopping recently. I was ... Read more

Add private conservation back to HB 1231

House Bill 1231 creates the Mississippi Outdoor Stewardship Trust Fund. It passed the Mississippi House of Representatives 117-2, which is overwhelming. I have spent most ... Read more

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