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‘This kind of thing has got to stop’ — Nazi symbols painted on stop sign in county

Racist symbols sprayed in white paint across the front of a stop sign in Lincoln County are cause for concern for at least one nearby ... Read more

5 hours ago by Brett Campbell.

Co-Lin hosting boys’ basketball team camp

Brookhaven Academy senior Tyler Fortenberry prepares to go up on the baseline against D’Iberville Sunday at Co-Lin boys’ basketball team camp. The annual camp concludes ... Read more

1 day ago by Cliff Furr.

MSA designated ‘Grief-Sensitive School’

The Mississippi School of the Arts has been designated a “Grief-Sensitive School” by the New York Life Foundation, receiving a $500 Grief-Sensitive Schools Initiative grant ... Read more

2 days ago by Daily Leader Staff.

BHS alum’s Music Television turns 40

When the Grammy Museum Mississippi hosted “MTV Turns Forty: I Still Want My MTV” this spring, students from the Mississippi School of the Arts were ... Read more

4 days ago by Brett Campbell.

‘Warriors’ helping first responders

Warriors of the Badge is making a difference in the lives of first responders. The foundation has helped 18 first responders and families since its ... Read more

1 week ago by Brett Campbell.

Ole Miss headed to Tucson, MSU hosts Notre Dame

Just as they did in 2019, both the University of Mississippi and Mississippi State University will play in the NCAA super regional round this weekend ... Read more

1 week ago by Daily Leader Staff.

Wesson Garden Club awards June Yards of the Month

Wesson Garden Club’s City Yard of the Month for June was awarded to Cindy and David Higgs, 1026 Boland St. Rural Yard of the Month ... Read more

1 week ago by Daily Leader Staff.

Castles celebrates 30 years in business

Cathy Oldham, owner of Castles women’s boutique, just celebrated the 30th anniversary of opening her store in Brookhaven. After graduating from Brookhaven High School, Oldham ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Daily Leader Staff.

Brookhaven attorney Fernald closing door on private practice

Brookhaven attorney Joe Fernald’s face displayed a smile as he walked through his South Railroad Avenue office, but also betrayed a hint of sadness. After ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Brett Campbell.

Lincoln County schools make year-end presentations

Lincoln County School District recently made year-end presentations to honor Teachers of the Year, Parents of the Year and retirees. LCSD’s Teachers of the Year ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Daily Leader Staff.

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