August 2020 Articles

Water Bills Are Due

Citizens could face disconnection by Jack Criss The Bolivar Bullet The City of Cleveland is resuming water service disconnections this month after several months of non-collection due to the COVID pandemic and residents have until Sept. 20 to pay their bills. Based on current policy, which will now resume, water bills are due the 10th …

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Barry Bays

Multi-instrumentalist, session musician, DMI instructor. If you have been to a blues festival, juke joint, or listened to live music anywhere in the Mississippi Delta within the last twenty-five years, there is a decent chance you’ve seen Barry Bays play the bass guitar. Bays has been a mainstay on the Delta music scene as a …

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Looking Good

Family-owned business for more than 40 years. Chirag Dadlani has been in the men’s apparel business for most of his life. His family has owned Looking Good for over 40 years and Dadlani is the second generation to take over the business. He said he was basically raised in his stores growing up, went to …

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Hurricane Katrina

Fifteen years later, storm still impacts locals. The mere mention of the name Katrina still causes many Mississippians to shudder.  Ramming and ravaging the Louisiana and Mississippi coasts 15 years ago this month on August 29, 2005, the aftershock of the devastating hurricane, in some way, touched every life in both states–even those living in …

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