Make Mine Vintage craft market to be held May 12

The annual Make Mine Vintage Market will bring an air of nostalgia to Olde Towne on Saturday, May 12, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. An open-air event, the craft market features repurposed and antique items, along with handmade crafts and original artwork. From home and garden decor to personal attire and accessories, vendors will…

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Culture and Arts Fest set for April 26

Clinton High School students will celebrate the diversity and culture of their student body with a Culture and Arts Fest on Thursday, April 26.   The Clinton High School Cultural Awareness Society, National Art Honor Society, Poetry Club, and National Thespian Society are sponsoring the event, which will be held from 5 until 8:30 p.m.…

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AmeriCorps NCCC Team Wraps Up Project Clearing Vegetation in Buddy Butts Park, Revitalizing Mississippi River Basin Model

An AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps (NCCC) – Traditional Corps team, Delta Two, is just finishing their month-long service with Friends of Mississippi River Basin Model, which ends April 25, 2018.   The NCCC team from the AmeriCorps NCCC Southern Region campus in Vicksburg, Mississippi, helped clean up and restore areas in Buddy Butts Park, which…

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Taste the Town set for the brick streets on April 27

By Janet S. Lee   Main Street Clinton, the Clinton Chamber of Commerce, and the City of Clinton are joining together to bring a new event to Olde Towne Clinton.  Billed as “Taste the Town,” the event promises to tantalize the taste buds of anybody who likes to eat.   Local restaurants will line the…

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Friday Nights at Milepost 89 features “Wooden Strings”

Friday Nights at Milepost 89 offers performances every third Friday of the month at 7 p.m. inside the Clinton Visitor Center. Admission to each performance is at least eighty-nine cents. The Friday, April 20, performance will showcase “Wooden Strings,” a group composed of six multi-instrumentalists who are steeped in their own style of country, bluegrass,…

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Main Street Clinton’s Dinner and a Movie continues

Main Street Clinton’s Dinner and a Movie continues with Guardians of the Galaxy on Friday, April 20. Grumpy Dave’s Kettle Korn will be available for purchase at 6 p.m., and a food vendor will be present selling dinner. Before the movie, attendees can enjoy music from the film and participate in a dance off. Guardians will begin at approximately 7:30…

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Second annual disc golf tournament set for Mississippi College

Disc golf is a fast-growing sport for men and women of all ages that’s taking root in dozens of countries around the globe. One of the world’s best lifetime fitness activities, disc golf will be spotlighted at the second annual Clock Tower Classic at Mississippi College. Set for April 20, the tournament will attract players from around…

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Attaché Show Choir Spring Revue Set for May 2-5

Music lovers are invited to see Attaché Show Choir perform at four shows booked May 2-5 at Clinton High School’s auditorium.   The performances come on the heels of an undefeated competition season and hosting Show Choir Nationals at Nashville’s famed Grand Ole Opry.   Attaché will perform their 2018 competition set at the revue. The show includes Beatles’…

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Fighting Prostate Cancer in Hinds County

Fighting Prostate Cancer in Hinds County After his recent struggle with prostate cancer, Hinds County Sheriff Victor Mason is back at work and making his community proud. In a March interview, Mason stated that he’s taking treatments to combat prostate cancer. According to Mason, it all started when he noticed himself urinating at night more…

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Shakespeare Festival at Mississippi College celebrates forty years

Mississippi College’s Choctaw Chorus will perform several madrigals set to the lyrics from William Shakespeare’s plays. Conducted by music professor Mark Nabholz, the student choral group will soon be showcased at the university’s 40th annual Shakespeare Festival. So will national recording artist, singer/songwriter Claire Holley, a Jackson native who lives in Los Angeles. Holley is…

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