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Movie Review: Violent Night

By Bob Garver   “Violent Night” doesn’t have it in itself to be the best naughty Christmas movie ever made, so it tries to compensate by being every naughty Christmas movie ever made. Drunken, bitter Santa (played here by David Harbour)? That’s been done before, let’s say most notably by 2003’s “Bad Santa.” Murderous thieves…

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Brick Street Jingle offers extended times to shop local

By Sherry Lucas Brick Street Jingle rings the bell for local shopping, with extended hours at Olde Towne businesses on Thursday, December 15. That should particularly appeal to busy shoppers still looking for that perfect present, as the clock winds down toward the Christmas Day deadline. Rather than closing up shop around dinnertime, participating businesses…

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CJHS celebrates honor roll students

Clinton Junior High School recently announced their honor roll for the first nine weeks. Honor roll students were treated to the opportunity to have a special lunch and received certificates commemorating their accomplishment. 7th grade All A Honor Roll Joelle Ambrose, Ethan Blue, Luke Boone. Connor Burrage, Langston Butler, Elizabeth Chittom, Riley Cloyd, Claire Cohen,…

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Sumner Hill Junior High School releases first nine weeks honor roll

Sumner Hill Junior High School recently announced their honor roll students for the first nine weeks. All A’s Jonathan Ambrose, Aireyal Barrett, Zamiya Bass, Emily Baugher, Elanor Bishop, Kaytlin Brooks, Memory Buckley, Benjamin Byrd, Macy Carraway, Genevieve Chittom, Owen Coker, Sam Cole, Kayla Coleman, Margaret Collins, Stone Crain, Arilyn Forrest, Caroline Gibbs, Kaylee Graham, Evan…

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Clinton students win awards in MSU design competition

A comprehensive student team project in Mississippi State University’s College of Architecture, Art and Design is helping seniors mirror professional client projects like those they can expect as graduates in their respective fields. Caroline Prather of Clinton, an MSU architecture student, was among the winning team members. Raden Burris of Clinton, a building construction science…

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CoffeeTime: LYING ORANGES

Houston, we have a problem. Over-promising and then under-delivering. And I am not just referring to our government which, to my politically uneducated yet fairly logical mind, is definitely not delivering what was vehemently promised.   And I am also not referring to the advertising that vows, ‘After using our product for one month, you…

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Mt. Salus students observe Veterans Day

At morning dropoff, kindergarten students at Mt. Salus Christian School recently created signs and greeted parents to celebrate Veterans Day and to thank those who have served or who currently serve in the military. Owen Whittle and Caden Hupperich Mary Chamblee and Katherine Addington  

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Veterans Day Tribute held at Visitor Center

The Clinton Visitor Center recently held a Veterans Day Tribute, which included a patriotic program, flag and other displays, music, the National Society Daughters of the American Revolution’s ancestry tree, and refreshments. The Clinton Visitor Center is located at 1300 Pinehaven Road at Milepost 89 on the Natchez Trace Parkway. For more details, call 601-924-2221.…

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Northside Elementary welcomes Veterans

Northside Elementary School, the Clinton Public School District’s second- and third-grade school, recently celebrated Veterans Day with a breakfast for Veterans and a program to honor and celebrate those who served or who currently serve.  

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