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  • After 32 Years of ‘No,’ Corinth Writer Gets to ‘Yes’

    Patricia Bradley is a Corinth-based novelist.
    By M. Scott Morris
    For Corinth Today
    Thirty-one years of trying wasn’t quite enough for Patricia Bradley.
    “I […]

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    Corinth Girl to Compete for Little Miss Magnolia State Title

    Adlee Jae Jones of Corinth will compete for the Little Miss Magnolia State crown. (Submitted Photo)
    Adlee Jae Jones of Corinth […]

Parents Reminded to Get Children Immunized for School

With the start of a new school year just weeks away, the Mississippi State Department of Health reminds parents that state law requires kids to be immunized against childhood diseases to enter public or private school, Head Start or daycare. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, approximately 95 percent of parents nationwide […]

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Corinth to Host Regional Genealogy Fair Aug. 18, 19

The Old Tishomingo County Genealogy Fair will be held Aug. 18 and 19 in Corinth. Each year, the three counties that made up Old Tishomingo County— Alcorn, Prentiss and Tishomingo— take turns hosting the genealogy fair. People can bring family information to share and take part in free activities. There will be speakers, heritage society […]

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One Dead After Wreck North of Iuka

IUKA – One man was killed in a one-vehicle wreck Friday evening north of Iuka.  Orion Hughey, 25, of Corinth, died after a vehicle he was a passenger in lost control, ran off the road and struck a power pole and a pine tree around 5:30 p.m. on Old Steel Bridge Road. Tishomingo County Coroner […]

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After 32 Years of ‘No,’ Corinth Writer Gets to ‘Yes’

By M. Scott Morris For Corinth Today Thirty-one years of trying wasn’t quite enough for Patricia Bradley. “I do public speaking, and I talk to people about living your dreams and realizing your dreams,” she said. “Sometimes, I think, ‘What if I would’ve quit?’” It took a full 32 years of trying before she sold […]

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Corinth Girl to Compete for Little Miss Magnolia State Title

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Adlee Jae Jones of Corinth will compete in the Little Miss Magnolia State Pageant finals in Vicksburg this weekend. She is the daughter of Josh and Lauren Jones. Over 200 contestants between the ages of 0-11 will compete in the state finals for the title of Little Miss and Mr. Magnolia State. The children in […]

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Corinth Man to Serve Five Years for Burglary of Dwelling

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By Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today A 33-year-old Corinth man was sentenced to serve five years in prison after pleading guilty to burglary of a dwelling in Alcorn County Circuit Court on Wednesday. Brandon Dale Wheeler of County Road 662 received a sentence of 25 years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections, but 20 years were suspended, […]

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Kossuth Boy Hits Grand Slam at Cooperstown

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A Kossuth boy visited Cooperstown Dreams Park in New York this month as a member of the Jackson, Tenn. RAGE baseball team. Hank Eaton, 12, hit a grand slam during his visit to Cooperstown. Eaton also hit a walk-off homerun and had that baseball engraved. Eaton, who attends school in Kossuth, pitched as well. Cooperstown […]

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Modern Woodmen Makes Big Donation to F.U.E.L

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Modern Woodmen of Corinth members and the Church of the Crossroads youth group helped gather and organize supplies for a free back-to-school shopping day that will be held on Saturday at 7 a.m. at the blue building in Kossuth. The event is sponsored by F.U.E.L, and Modern Woodmen bought over $700 worth of school supplies […]

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Free Back-to-School Shopping Event Saturday in Kossuth

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By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor A free shopping day for families to get ready for back to school will be held at the blue building in Kossuth on Saturday beginning at 7 a.m. People are urged to be there at 7 a.m. if they want a good chance to get some of the […]

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Hollowell, Stafford Honored With Northeast’s Tiger Award

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Two local Northeast Mississippi Community College athletes have earned the athletic department’s most esteemed honor for representing their teams in a positive manner. The Tiger Award is given to players from each sports program who portray good sportsmanship and quality characteristics on and off the field. Alcorn Central High School graduate Abbey Hollowell and Kendall […]

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Alcorn County Jail Docket, July 17-19

Julie Lynn Thompson, 32, Mississippi Department of Corrections, probation violation; Steven Lee Roberts, 47, Farmington Police, DUI refusal, possession of beer in dry county, possession of controlled substance, speeding; Scotty Lane McDowell, 48, Farmington Police, switched tag, possession of controlled substance felony, possession of drug paraphernalia, driving while license suspended; Joseph Eugene Haynie, 46, Farmington […]

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Alcorn Judge Rejects Defendant’s Guilty Plea on Gun Charge

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor An Alcorn County Circuit Court judge on Wednesday rejected a defendant’s guilty plea on a charge of felon in possession of a firearm. Under the plea deal that was rejected, the defendant, Billy Almon Moment, would have been sentenced to 10 years in the Mississippi Department of Corrections, […]

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Corinth Woman Gets Probation for Identity Theft

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By Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today A 46-year-old Corinth woman was given five years of probation after pleading guilty to identity theft Tuesday in Alcorn County Circuit Court. Tammy Renee King unlawfully obtained or attempted to obtain someone’s personal identity information, the indictment states. King intended to “unlawfully use that information for the purpose of obtaining financial […]

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Children Explore Career Options at TIGER Camp in Corinth

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By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor  Local youth were learning and having fun at the Northeast Mississippi Community College TIGER Workforce Camp in Corinth on Wednesday. The four-day camp gives youth ages 10-16 a glimpse of manufacturing and other work environments, said Greg James, NEMCC workforce development manager. This year’s camp has a lot […]

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