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Lighting of the Park Thursday in Corinth

The annual lighting of the park will be Thursday at 6 p.m. at Crossroads Regional Park in Corinth. There will be Christmas music, candy and hot chocolate. Crossroads Poetry Project President Autry Davis, also known as “Poetry Man,” will read Christmas stories. The park is decorated with many displays, and…

Photos: KES Cafeteria Shows Love With Christmas Decorations

By Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today “It’s so beautiful!” a pre-kindergarten student exclaimed in amazement as she entered the Kossuth Elementary School cafeteria Monday morning. (Photo Gallery Below) KES cafeteria employees and family members came in over Thanksgiving break and spent their own money  to elaborately decorate the cafeteria for Christmas. The…

Photos: Magical Glow, Reenactors Bring Corinth’s Civil War Past Alive Saturday

Take a look at these photos taken at the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center and the downtown area Saturday night when 2,000 luminaries lined streets and hillsides to create an enchanting, impressive display. Hundreds of people followed the glowing path to hear re-enactors portray citizens and soldiers from 1862 Corinth.…

Corinth High School Homecoming Court

Members of the 2018 Corinth High School Homecoming Court from left are C-Club Sweetheart McKenzie Patterson; Football Sweetheart Abby Lancaster; Sophomore Maid Kelsi Watkins; Homecoming Queen Morgan Majors; Junior Maid Sarah Bickert; Senior Maid Rachel Grace Carpenter; and Freshman Maid Kennadi Walker.

First Sanctioned Steak Cookoff at Alcorn County Fair Went Well, Official Says

By Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today The first year for the sanctioned steak cookoff at the Alcorn County Fair went very well, an official said. Joey Gilmore, who helped organize the event, said there were 33 contestants from four states — Mississippi, Tennessee, Alabama and Kentucky. The winner was from Lawton, Tenn.…