Gov. William C.C. Claiborne, the 28-year-old second governor of Mississippi Territory, faced a crisis in 1802: Outlaws were terrorizing citizens and travelers along the Natchez Trace and elsewhere.
Wreaths Across America is a non-profit organization dedicated to honoring those who served in the Armed Forces of America. Last year was the first year we were able to order these wreaths to be placed in Catahoula Parish. I said last year that it was my desire to make this a yearly project and
Erma Aileen Davis Creel, beloved wife, mother, grandmother, great-grandmother, sister and aunt passed away on Saturday, September 14, 2019 at the age of 85 in Greenbrier, AR.
The second annual Millie Mattered Overdose Awareness Day was a big success! "The Wall of Life that Mattered" unfortunately had pictures added, but along with the banners of "Can You See Me Now" were very impactful to let people know just how real this epidemic has become.
On August 22, 1801, in a letter to the President of the United States, William Dunbar of Natchez delivered bad news.
In 1801, Philip Nolan’s men were transported to Mexican prisons where they feared they would spend the rest of their lives.
Reading the News-Booster last week, I was a bit surprised when reading the thank you to the voters of Harold Sones’ ward for no one challenging him this year. If his ward is happy with him, so be it.