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On July 12 of this year, the USS Bonhomme Richard caught fire while at port in San Diego.
Mildred and Georgia Price, Willis Parker
If you live in a place for long enough, you know things and hear things about your community. People talk. As everyday life moves on, you may forget about things.
When Billy Ray Evans retired from law enforcement after his two terms as Sheriff of Clarke County, his words were, “The best people in the world live right here in Clarke County.
Johnathan L. Grayson, 26, son of Tunya M. Grayson of Chicago, IL, and grandson of Mattie L.
“An he said unto them, Go ye into all the world, and preach the gospel to every creature,” (Mark 16:15 KJV).
Mildred and Georgia Price, Willis Parker


Jail Docket 10/10/19

• Takeasha L. Williams, 24, arrested by CCSD for capias-Felony Malicious Mischief

• Byron J. Certain, 21, arrested by CCSD for hold for Picayune Police Department

• Dennis Gates, 37, arrested by CCSD for capias, felony fleeing and eluding



Jail Docket 10/3//19

Andrew R. Ellis, 29, arrested by QPD for bench warrant

Dean Rolison, 52, arrested by EPD and CCSD for no insurance, no D.L., open container, possession of controlled substance, DUI, hold for CID

Robert K. Hamrick, 33, arrested by SWPD for shoplifting








Bartee for Circuit Clerk

It is with the deepest gratitude that Yvette Bartee expresses appreciation to fellow Clarke Countians for electing her as the Democratic frontrunner in the November 5, 2019, general election for the Office of Circuit Clerk. She does not take loyalty and support lightly.




Jail Docket 09/26/19

• JC Bland, Jr., 43, arrested by QPD for disturbance of a business

• Matthew Cecil Hemphill, 53, arrested by CCSD for 7 count of sexual battery and 3 count lustful touching of a child

• James H. Johnson, 37, arrested by CCSD for burglary of a dwelling


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Billie James Bonner, 86, Grenada, Mississippi was born in Crandall, Mississippi, to Tobe and Etta... READ MORE

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