Smith & Weiland surveyors and engineers, Clarksdale.

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Another terrific Danny Paris photo

In Danny’s own words: Taken at about 6pm at Memorial Gardens on hwy 6. Taken with a GoPro Hero 5 Black. I set it on night shot with 30-second timer. On a tri-pod of course. I also tried it on a 20 sec time exposure. The 30-sec shot brought out more of the stars. I […]

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Hugh Freeze.

Coaching freeze thaws on Freeze

From WROX: Liberty University has hired former Mississippi coach Hugh Freeze to lead its football program.  Freeze will replace Turner Gill who resigned after seven seasons to spend more time with his ailing wife. The Flames finished 6-6 this season and were 47-35 under Gill.  Freeze spent five years at Ole Miss, leading the Rebels […]

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Quapaw Canoe Company, Clarksdale.

Quapaw River Art, Books and used Equipment available

River Art, Books and Used Equipment: Now on sale at the Quapaw Canoe Company Mississippi River Interpretive Center headquarters in downtown Clarksdale: -Mississippi River driftwood -Mississippi River driftwood ornaments -River Map-Posters -River Books -Annual Used Equipment Sale: tents, pads, paddles, life jackets, sleeping bags, a trampoline and much, much more! -Original John Ruskey Watercolor Paintings […]

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Stone Pony Pizza, in the heart of Clarksdale's Arts & Cultural District.

Stone Pony this week: Ribeyes are back!

Stone Pony Pizza 226 Delta Ave. Clarksdale Lunch Specials: Monday: Poppy Seed Chicken or Meatloaf; Potatoes & Gravy, Cream Corn, Brussel Sprouts, Field Peas, Stewed Tomatoes, English Peas; Roll, Cornbread, or Mexican Cornbread Tuesday: Fried or Grilled Pork Chop or Country Fried Steak; Potatoes & Gravy, Sauteed Squash, Cabbage, Stewed Tomatoes, Pinto Beans, Green Beans; […]

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Luis Ramirez.

2 Day in Civil Rights: Fed charges for covering up immigrant murder

From 2018 EJI Calendar 2008: Police officers in Shenandoah, Pennsylvania face federal charges for covering up murder of Mexican immigrant Luis Ramirez by white teens spewing racial slurs. From EJI Timeline Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, Police Officials Indicted for Attempting to Cover Up Murder of Mexican Immigrant On July 12, 2008, six white teenagers beat Mexican immigrant […]

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Delta Council honors Bill Heaton

The Delta Council recently recognized seven Mississippi residents whose service to Delta Council-related activities improved one or more aspects of the Mississippi Delta. From DELTA FARM PRESS by Brad Robb At the Delta Council Mid-Year meeting held recently in Stoneville, Miss., a special business session was presided over by Mike Sturdivant III, past president and […]

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Charlie Musselwhite ofen plays in Clarksdale.

Musselwhite, Burnside, Ferris get Grammy Award nods

From DELTA DAILY NEWS HOLLY SPRINGS, MS (Ben Caxton) — Holly Springs resident Cedric Burnside is one of three Mississippians nominated for Grammy Awards this year. The 39-year-old “Hill Country” bluesman is the grandson of the late Mississippi singer, songwriter, and guitarist R.L. Burnside and was nominated for his 2018 album “Benton County Relic.” Burnside […]

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Ed Seals v. Clarksdale mayor.

Your response to the Seals v. Mayor article

Here’s the public response to the article about the heated debate at a City meeting last month between Commissioner Ed Seals and the mayor. Comments ranged from “wow” to “horrible.”  The article was shared off of this site and the ClarksdaleNews facebook page 223 times. Response totals below are from Dec. 4th to 5:53 pm […]

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