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Top Stories 2015
In the Friday, Oct. 2, newspaper:
Former U.N. Ambassador Andrew Young visits Grenada Friday
Saturday last day to register to vote in general election
Lake inspection moves to second step
Former Gov. William Winter to attend film festival here Saturday

Details in the Friday print and online subscriber editions.

In the Tuesday, Sept. 29, edition:

Film festival set for Saturday
Officials: Homecoming 'pranks' go too far
GHS Homecoming Queen named
City Manager: Still no decision on police chief
Joe Lee III column
Sports Roundup

Details available in the Tuesday print and online subscriber editions.

In the Tuesday, Sept. 15, edition:
Environmental Protection Agency checking Eastern Heights
Drivers like lower gas prices
Mayor Billy Collins to seek reelection
Saturday is Jubilee day in Grenada

Details in the Friday print and online subscriber editions.

In the Friday, Sept. 11, newspaper
Grenada City Council votes to raise taxes
At least 25 shots fired on Tie Plant street
Fire hits Hankins Lumber Company
Ex-city councilman will run for mayor
Two candidates in district one school board race
No new county taxes
Arnold Dyre wonders if summer will ever end

Complete details in the Friday print and online subscriber editions.

In the Tuesday, Sept. 8, newspaper

New leader named for Grenada Lake
City of Grenada officials work on new budget
Four to interview for chief of police job
Harlem Legends to play basketball game here

Details in the subscriber print and online editions.

Friday Night Scores

Lafayette 20
Grenada High 14

Winona Christian 20
Kirk 16

In Tuesday's newspaper:

Top Stories:
Railroad Revival: 200-mile stretch getting new life
Fired Police Chief not happy with city's explanation
Wrecks in area leave two dead
Eight-year-old girl injured in shooting
New city budget may include pay raises for employees
Wanted man leads law on long chase

Editorial: City looks to raise taxes again
Commentary: Bookies betting on Clinton, Bush

Additional details in the Tuesday print and online subscriber editions.

In Friday's Newspaper:

Sheriff Alton Strider wins runoff; faces Ricky Downs in November
Box-by-box Election Returns
Adam Kirk elected County Prosecuting Attorney
Second shooting on Plum Street in a week
City of Grenada prepares to raise taxes
Trulite adds 15 new jobs

These stories, plus Arnold Dyre's commentary and many more items,
are available in the Friday print and online subscriber editions.


12 of 12 boxes and absentees

In Tuesday's newspaper:

Available in Tuesday's print and online subscriber editions:
One dead in shootings
Airport hangar topic of meeting
Gov. Bryant to make announcement here
Food Pantry distribution set for Saturday
Hard-working Avery ready for next step

In Friday's newspaper:

Available in Friday print and online subscriber editions:
Box-by-box election returns
Two guilty pleas planned in 2014 murder case
Two face robbery and aggravated assault charges
Gov. Bryant plans visit to Grenada
Community News from: Holcomb, Tillatoba, Cascilla, Duck Hill

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