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‘We Love to Read,’ Corinth Mom Says

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor Four-year-old Lyla Reed of Corinth loves to read a children’s book series about a pigeon. She was at the Corinth Library with her 6-month-old sister, Lydia, and their mom, Amy, on Friday looking for some exciting stories. “We love to read,” said Amy,…

Corinth Library to Host Events for Children, Adults April 9-14

The Corinth Library has many activities for children and adults scheduled for National Library Week, April 9-14. Tax Law Discussion Greg Cooley, of Cooley & Labas Financial Advisors of Corinth, will discuss the new federal tax law’s impact on businesses and individuals Monday, April 9, from 2 to 3 p.m.…

Corinth Book Club Invites New Members

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor The Tuesday Book Club at the Corinth Library will soon celebrate its three-year anniversary. The group meets the second Tuesday of every month at the Corinth Library at 10 a.m. The next meeting is March 13, and those interested in joining can just…

Corinth Library Book Sale Saturday

The Corinth Library’s annual book sale is Saturday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Items available include hardcover books, paperbacks, books on cassette, children’s material, book sets, Bibles, puzzles and more.

Corinth Library Summer Program Starts Wednesday

The Corinth Library’s summer program starts on Wednesday. On Wednesday at 1 p.m. there will be fun and building games with library staff. And on Friday at 10 a.m. there will be classic Disney movies for children played on an 8 millimeter projector. The summer library program will also continue…

Corinth Library Holds Lucky Number Day Throughout March

If you own a Corinth Library card, you may have a lucky number. The library is having lucky number day throughout March. Stop by the library and check the number posted with the numbers on the back of your library card. If the number of the day appears on your library…

Art Exhibit Reception Is Saturday at Corinth Library

An opening reception for an art exhibit will be held on Saturday at the Corinth Library from 1 to 4 p.m. The exhibit features the work of Tupelo artist Billy Clifton, who will be present at the reception. Refreshments will be served. His works are for sale, and the exhibit…

Work Takes Place Around Corinth Library Tuesday

By Josh Mitchell/Corinth Today Workers were looking into an issue by the Corinth Library on Tuesday morning. A sewer line may have been stopped up, said Andrew Wilbanks with Wilbanks Electricity. There was no damage inside the library. Workers used a a piece of heavy machinery to remove a bush…

Photo Gallery: Story Time at Corinth Library

Children enjoyed Story Time at the Corinth Library on Thursday morning. Librarian Cody Daniel read  “Bear Feels Scared” and “Waiting Is Not Easy.” Story Time is held each week at the Corinth Library at 10 a.m. Story Time also includes other activities such as movement and coloring. Daniel reads the…

African Americans in Mississippi Sports to Be Discussed at Crossroads Museum Tuesday

A presentation on African Americans in Mississippi sports will be given Tuesday (Nov. 29) at the Crossroads Museum at 6 p.m. University of Mississippi professor Dr. Charles Ross will give the presentation. Ross is the chair of the African-American Studies Program at Ole Miss. The lecture is held in conjunction…

Corinth Library News

By Lola Porter Does your library card have a lucky number?  The Friends of the Corinth Library is having a special book sale event during the month of November. Each day a number will be posted at the library and if your library card number includes the posted number you…

Smithsonian Exhibit on Display at Corinth Library Shows How Sports Shape Communities

By Josh Mitchell Corinth Today News Editor A Smithsonian exhibit on display at the Corinth Library opens to the public Saturday and runs through Dec. 30. The exhibit is called Hometown Teams: How Sports Shape America. “This is something that will appeal to everyone in the community,” said Crossroads Museum…

Happy the Clown to Visit Corinth Library Today

The Corinth Library’s summer program continues today (Wednesday, June, 22) with a visit from Happy the Clown at 3 p.m. Last week, children got to see live snakes that were brought to the library by Terry Vandeventer and his Living Reptile Museum. The room was packed for that event. There…