Clinton, Mississippi, Area News

At The Clinton Courier, you can expect the most up-to-date and accurate Clinton, Mississippi, area news stories, interviews, and other important information you need to know! Covering stories about new developments in the community, the region, and the state as a whole, we’ll keep you informed. If you live in the nearby communities in Clinton or in the surrounding Jackson, Mississippi, area, we have accurate news you’re sure to appreciate. For more information about the Clinton, Mississippi, area news we have for you, visit our site. To make sure you don’t miss a thing, subscribe to our newspaper and receive the newest developments as they’re happening, keeping you in the know! Contact us to learn more.

MC Leaders Select Lloyd Roberts for Distinguished Service Award

  For nearly four decades, Mississippi College reaped the benefits of Lloyd “Bo” Roberts serving as a wonderful professor, accomplished administrator, and robust supporter of all things Blue & Gold. The selection of Roberts as the recipient of the Christian university’s first distinguished service award at the 2020 Homecoming is well-deserved, colleagues say. The former…

Read More

BBQ CENTRAL: Sonny’s coming to Clinton

“Project Piggy” is out of the bag! With a unanimous vote by the Board of Aldermen on October 6, the City of Clinton granted approval for ACG, BBQ LLC, the company that owns Sonny’s BBQ, to open a restaurant in Clinton. “There’s always step after step after step to make this final, and the mayor…

Read More

How Will Restaurants Adapt to Indoor Seating When the Weather Turns?

One of the top rules of COVID-19 is to be careful when you’re indoors. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention explains that businesses should be prioritizing their indoor ventilation efforts. Ensuring that buildings have a properly working HVAC system is key when it comes to dealing with COVID-19. This is because the COVID-19 virus…

Read More

Chris Wells Named Permanent MDEQ Head

Governor Tate Reeves announced that Chris Wells will serve as the permanent Executive Director of the Mississippi Department of Environmental Quality. Wells served as the Chief of Staff at MDEQ for six years, and the Senior Attorney for the department prior to that. He has served as Interim Executive Director since the Governor’s inauguration. Wells…

Read More

Alumni Golf Tournament Set for MC Homecoming

  Mississippi College’s 2020 Homecoming lineup will include a friendly tournament at Patrick Farms Golf Club. At least 50 golfers signed up for the October 23 event on the course in Pearl. The event begins at noon. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, only two major events are scheduled for the Mississippi College Homecoming. They are…

Read More

Larry Cox Receives Order of the Golden Arrow Award

  Larry Cox is grateful to Mississippi College for preparing him to become a Christ-focused servant around the globe. MC National Alumni Association officials are impressed with Cox’s multiple achievements and his ability to make a difference worldwide during his career. He is being honored as the recipient of the Order of the Golden Arrow…

Read More

First Atlas Greek Down South restaurant for the metro Jackson Area that is located in Clinton

Atlas Greek Down South and the City of Clinton announce their first stand-alone restaurant at 732 Clinton Parkway (former Fuzzy’s Taco location). Relocating from Cultivation Food Hall in Jackson, this will be Atlas’ first stand-alone restaurant. Atlas Greek Down South is famous for its blend of Greek and southern dishes that feature Greek staples such as gyros,…

Read More

Mississippi Sues Google For Violating Antitrust Laws

Attorney General Lynn Fitch announced today that Mississippi, along with the Department of Justice and ten other state Attorneys General, filed a civil antitrust lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia to prevent Google from unlawfully maintaining monopolies through anticompetitive and exclusionary practices in the search and search advertising markets. “When…

Read More