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Recently the Mississippi Library Commission (MLC) named 12 library systems as Mississippi Library Stars for FY 2018, including East Mississippi Regional Library.   The concept of Library Stars is
Kent Stephens was officially sworn in as the police chief for the Town of Stonewall at the board meeting on Tuesday, February 4.
Wednesday night brought destruction to the county as an EF-2 tornado barreled through the Enterprise and Basic City communities.
The Clarke County Tribune employees were excited each time their name was called to receive an award Saturday during the 2019 MS Press Better Newspaper Contest - Advertising Division at the Hilton
The rope keeps time To the hoof-beats’ rhyme And the tanning breeze that blows. From youth to age man’s at his prime In the land where the cowboy grows.




Quitman Powerlifting

Panther Powerlifters went to a District Powerlifting Meet in Florence on February 1 and did an amazing job representing the school district. The team received fourth place in the competition, and multiple team members received medals.


Jail Docket 02/06/20

Jail Docket

Jonathan Mena, 32, arrested by CCSD for receiving stolen property, suspended DL, no seat belt

Cameron Williams, 25, arrested by CCSD for armed robbery, hold for Choctaw S.O.



Shubuta Mayor Loses Home

Emergency responders received a call on January 31 involving a residential fire.

The fire had already fully engulfed the home of Shubuta Mayor Cleveland “Baba” Peebles by the time a neighbor discovered it. The neighbor immediately called 911 to report the blaze. 







A Letter Home

By HISTORIC CLARKE COUNTY,

Kept for all these years are the letters John Gray Little sent home to his parents or to his sister, Elizabeth Little Elam, while serving in the Confederacy during the War Between the States.  It tells of the rarity of food and how scarce it was.  Found in another letter he a



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Editorials

The book of Job, probably the oldest book in the Bible, is the story about a man God described as... READ MORE

Obituaries

Delilia Lee Sides, 61, of Villa Rica, Georgia, passed away on February 7, 2020, at Tanner Medical... READ MORE