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CHS STAR Student Has Bright Future

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Ronald Reagan, Eric Clapton and George Orwell are not often mentioned in the same sentence. But Corinth High School STAR Student William H. Davis III admires these diverse personalities. Just as the above-mentioned famous people have pursued excellence in their own ways, Davis…

CHS Salutatorian Drewry Perseveres

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Corinth High School Salutatorian Lauren Kate Drewry knows how to succeed. Drewry was ranked sixth in her class when she was a freshman, but she was determined to reach the No. 1 or 2 spot. Her speech at Friday night’s graduation ceremony at…

CHS Tennis Players Advance to State Tourney

Corinth High School tennis players Peyton Marshall and Brooks Anne Milligan, who both play singles, won second place in Division 1, 4A. They advanced to the state tournament scheduled for May 7.

Photo Gallery: CHS Homecoming Parade

Take a look at more than 40 photos from the Corinth High School homecoming parade on Thursday in downtown.

Photo Gallery: Corinth High School Graduation

Take a look at these photos from the Corinth High School graduation on Friday night at the Crossroads Arena. The CHS class of 2017 had 126 graduates.

CHS Senior Organizes Volleyball Tournament for Autism Awareness

By Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today A Corinth High School senior organized a volleyball tournament to support autism awareness and acceptance Caroline Sleeper, who is president of the CHS Student Council, said the proceeds from the Monday volleyball tournament will support the nonprofit organization TEAAM Autism. “It is an organization that is…

Local Graduates Will Serve Country in Military

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Some local high school graduates will serve their country in the military after graduation. Blakely Graham, who will graduate Corinth High School in June, is joining the U.S. Marine Corps, saying it is the most “elite” branch and will put him on “the…

Warriors Pushed to Game 3 in 4A Baseball Finals

By Gene Phelps Special to Corinth Today PEARL – The MHSAA Class 4A state baseball championship will be decided at 1 p.m. Saturday after West Lauderdale rallied for an 11-7 Game 2 victory on Thursday afternoon against Corinth. The Warriors (29-9) won 5-3 in Wednesday’s Game 1 at Trustmark Park.…

Corinth Leads 1-0 in Class 4A Baseball Series

  By Brandon Shields  Special to the Journal PEARL – It wasn’t pretty, but Corinth will take it. Behind a big first inning and the pitching of Kyle Crigger the Warriors made up for their five errors and held off West Lauderdale 5-3 in Game 1 of the MHSAA Class…

Corinth High School Students Tackle Global Issues

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Corinth High School students examine complex issues such as global warming, cyber warfare and human trafficking to prove they can compete internationally. On a beautiful Saturday, these students were on a stage in a dark auditorium making presentations that will be reviewed by…

Photo Gallery: Corinth High School Homecoming Sweethearts

Here are pictures of the Corinth High School Homecoming Sweethearts for 2016. They were presented on the football field on Thursday afternoon in front of fellow students. Different clubs and organizations at the school designate a sweetheart. Each sweetheart has a doorman and driver. (Photos below are by Josh Mitchell/Corinth…

New Corinth High School Head Football Coach Hired

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Corinth High School’s new head football coach said he is “excited about what we’re going to accomplish for our football program here.” Todd Lowery, who was the head coach of Perry Central High School in New Augusta, southeast of Hattiesburg, was hired by…

Photo Gallery: Corinth High School Graduation

More than 130 students graduated from Corinth High School on Friday at the Crossroads Arena. Please see the photo gallery below. (Photos by Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today)

CHS Valedictorian: ‘It’s Always Important to Be Yourself’

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor The 2016 Corinth High School valedictorian loves to run and write and says her parents and God encourage her in life. Valedictorian Emma Knight also enjoys reading a good suspense when she has the time and said the Truman Capote book “In Cold…