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Corinth Goody’s to Close January 7

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor The Goody’s clothing store on Cass Street in Corinth has announced that it will close. The store is set to close Jan. 7, said spokeswoman Bria Worthington Lundy. The store opened in Corinth in April of 2013 and leases the building it is…

New Rib Shack to Open Next Week in Corinth

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Crossroads Rib Shack in Corinth will open its new location Monday, owners said. The prior location, which the restaurant had been in for about 18 years, closed on Sunday. Closing the former location was sad given the fact that so many memories were…

You Can Adopt a Salvation Army Angel This Christmas Season

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor The Salvation Army of Corinth is seeking people to adopt Angels this Christmas season. Those who want to buy Christmas gifts for less-fortunate children can adopt an Angel off of two Christmas trees stationed at the Corinth Walmart entrances. There are 110 Angels.…

Patients Can Access Care After Hours With New Express Clinic

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor A new healthcare clinic in Corinth is open after hours to provide easy access for patients and to reduce emergency room visits. Patients are not required to have an appointment to visit Magnolia Regional Health Center’s new Express Care clinic on Alcorn Drive…

Egg Bowl Excitement In the Air at Borroum’s

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Saturday’s Egg Bowl game between Mississippi State and Ole Miss was a lively topic of conversation at Borroum’s Drug Store in downtown Corinth. One Ole Miss fan said he does not feel “too good” about the game, saying, “We’ve got a few problems…

Rienzi Barber Honors Grandfather’s Legacy, Brings Back Old-Fashioned Style

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor A new barbershop in Rienzi is bringing back the old days of the profession. At Killough’s Barbershop on Front Street, clients can get a face shave with a straight razor, a steam towel on the face and a hot cream neck shave. There…

New Economic Development President for Corinth, Alcorn County Selected

A new president has been selected to lead Corinth and Alcorn County’s economic development organization, The Alliance. Clayton Stanley, 37, was chosen for the position after an “intensive nationwide search,” a news release from The Alliance states. Stanley will begin his duties Jan. 1. He has spent the past nine…

Youth Donate Toys for Fire Department to Give Children in Tough Times

Children involved in accidents, fires or other traumatic situations will now have another source of comfort to help them get through. A youth service club through Modern Woodmen of Corinth donated items such as stuffed animals, blankets, dolls, hand warmers and toy cars for the fire department to give children…

Public Invited to Hear Faith-Based Recovery Official Speak Thursday

The executive director of a faith-based alcohol and drug recovery program will give the keynote speech at Living Free Ministry’s Thanksgiving service in Corinth on Thursday at 6 p.m. “This will be a great night as we give thanks for the growth of Living Free during the past year,” said…

Corinth Theatre-Arts Wants the Community to Come Back

By Christi Mitchell For Corinth Today Corinth Theatre-Arts is at a crossroads. The community theater that has been a fixture in Corinth for 48 years has given a home to artists who want to entertain their family, friends and neighbors. But over the years some things have changed that weren’t…

Monday Business Feature: The Dinner Bell Serves Up Quality, Friendship

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor The Dinner Bell is a community meeting place in Corinth and wants to have something for everyone. “We try to have a very wide variety so no matter what your taste you can find something here that you would enjoy,” owner Melissa Carson said.…

Martha’s Menu Patrons React to Trump Victory

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor At Martha’s Menu in downtown Corinth on Wednesday morning numerous residents expressed happiness that Republican Donald Trump was elected president of the United States. “The first thing I said was, ‘Thank you Lord Jesus,”’ said Bill Wallace. Wallace expressed dissatisfaction with the direction…

Monday Business Feature: Small Loans Inc. Offers ‘Exceptional Customer Service’

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor It all started when Chad Redding’s grandfather got a football scholarship to Northeast Mississippi Community College in the 1950s. Chad’s grandfather, Don, married a woman from Biggersville and later started Treasurer Loan in Corinth. Chad’s dad, Donnie, worked for Treasurer Loan, and then…

Corinth Hospital Awarded for Providing High Quality Patient Care

Magnolia Regional Health Center in Corinth recently received two awards for providing high-quality patient care. It received the Pinnacle of Excellence Award and the Guardian of Excellence Award from Press Ganey. The Guardian of Excellence Award is a nationally-recognized symbol of health care achievement, a news release states. Presented annually, the…

Corinth Business Will Hold Halloween Event Saturday

A trunk or treat event will take place at Car-Mart, 2402 Highway 72 E., on Saturday. All proceeds will go to the northeast region of Mississippi Special Olympics. There will be events throughout the day. A bake sale will be from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m., and there will be…

Corinth Hospital to Give Free Flu Shots on Friday

Magnolia Regional Health Center will offer free flu shots to the public on Friday. The annual Drive Thru Flu Shot Event will take place at the Magnolia Regional Health Center Outpatient Complex at 1001 S. Harper Road across from The Dinner Bell. It will run from 11 a.m. until 5:30…

Photo Gallery: Corinth Motorcycle Ride Brings Attention to Veteran Suicide

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor A motorcycle ride was held Saturday in Corinth to raise awareness of the national problem of veterans committing suicide. (Please see many more photos in the gallery below). The ride brought attention to issues such as post-traumatic stress disorder and traumatic brain injury.…

Corinth Zaxby’s Celebrates Two-Year Anniversary With Special Events Monday, Tuesday

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Zaxby’s in Corinth is holding special events this week to celebrate its two-year anniversary. On Monday (Oct. 10) there will be a special kids night at Zaxby’s from 5-8 with many superheroes present. There will also be crafts in which children can make…

Monday Business Feature: Family Financial Services Aims to Make Loans Easy

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Family Financial Services in Corinth enjoys helping people, the owner said. “We’ve always said we don’t have any red tape just fast money here,” owner Keith Frazier said. “Personally, it’s a good feeling to be able to help people and get them out…

Monday Business Feature: Home Maintenance of Corinth

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Home Maintenance of Corinth provides trustworthy, reliable and quality remodels and renovations, the owner said. “I’m really passionate about the ethics,” said owner Jeremy Little. “That’s why we went to the (Better Business Bureau). That kind of helps with the trust thing. They…

Monday Business Feature: Redneck Shake Antiques & Unique Gifts

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor There is no telling what a person will find in Redneck Shake Antiques & Unique Gifts in Corinth. The business recently opened and can custom make items that customers request. In addition, the store located at 412 Fillmore St. carries antiques and restores…

Wounded Veteran Loves the Outdoors

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Christian Brown, who lost his legs from an explosion in Afghanistan, was ready to do some hunting Sunday. Brown, 32, was one of many heroes who attended the dove hunt put on by the Alcorn County Chapter of Delta Waterfowl and Magnolia Regional…