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Partnership between Ford, schools is great

The future of education in the Miss-Lou got a tune-up Tuesday afternoon in the form of a unique public-private partnership. Read more

Join Krewe of Killarney for meeting, parade

Have you ever wanted to join a worthwhile organization or non-profit group but you don’t have time for lots of meetings and yearlong events? Read more

NASD could use revenue lost to flooding

Mississippi school districts along the Mississippi River are losing thousands of dollars in 16th section land revenues each year due to flooding caused in part ... Read more

Join us for a Mayanist lecture on Thursday

In the late 1920s, aviator Charles Lindbergh was hired to fly over the Yucatan peninsula in order to locate a particular lake in the region ... Read more

Good news will brush storm clouds aside

Although the rain and storm clouds may be gathering this week, area good news from last week keeps the outlook bright for Miss-Lou residents. Read more

Time to put guns down; ceasefire, Miss-Lou

The week got off to a bad start with a drive by shooting that killed a young man in Natchez on Sunday. Read more

Attention municipal voters, field set

The field is set in this year’s Natchez municipal elections. Read more

Co-Lin program to focus on Hiram Rhodes Revels

The occasion was momentous when Hiram Rhodes Revels raised his right hand on Feb. 25, 1870, pledging to uphold his duties as a member of ... Read more

All potential candidates: deadline is today

Attention, potential candidates! Read more

Join St. Mary’s CYO for a mom-son event

What started as a casual conversation among some moms at one of St. Mary’s Youth Commission meeting last summer has grown into an all-out fun ... Read more

County should learn from Robins Lake dam

Local officials may wish they had a time machine to return to the day when the county decided to adopt the road on Robins Lake ... Read more

I am proof of power of prayer; Thanks, Natchez

To my adopted city of Natchez, as we begin a new decade with 2020, I cannot help but reflect on my year of 2019. On ... Read more

Finally progress on recreation; more needed

County officials finally paid an outstanding $26,345 bill to the Natchez Adams County Recreation Commission so the commission can pay a past due bill to ... Read more

An unfortunate sign about Richard Wright

Historical markers are often wrong. James Loewen in “Lies Across America,” has written a whole book about them. Unfortunately, the Mississippi Writers Trail is planning ... Read more

Good news on fields and in classrooms

February is here. The groundhog saw his shadow and in recent days it felt as if spring had already sprung in the Miss-Lou. Read more

Please have your pets spayed or neutered

There is an ongoing effort in the City of Natchez to reduce the widespread problem of feral and stray cats. Read more

Sharing crime video could help solve case

A few weeks ago, reports of shots fired in downtown Natchez began circulating on social media on the night of Saturday, Jan. 11. Read more

Congratulations, McLaurin Elementary!

Gilmer McLaurin Elementary School in Natchez is “The Healthiest School in Mississippi.” Read more

Join us Feb. 7 for ‘Some Enchanted Evening’

Once again the Natchez Festival of Music is happy to bring our annual exciting and romantic benefit evening to the Carriage House Restaurant — Stanton ... Read more

Criminals beware, cameras are watching

Natchez Aldermen took the right step Tuesday in allocating $16,000 to purchase more Project NOLA surveillance cameras to be placed throughout the city. Read more

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