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    It’s that time of year when sunshine may be hard to come by, when you wake up in the dark and leave work when it’s dark. When it’s often too cold to go outside for an after-dinner walk with the family dog. It’s easy to feel claustrophobic. You may begin planning next summer’s vacation just ...
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    In today’s rapidly evolving economic environment, facing layoffs or underemployment is a daunting yet increasingly common challenge. However, it’s also an opportunity to explore new avenues for income. You can supplement your income and discover fulfilling ways to engage with your community and interests by leveraging unique skills, embracing flexibility, and tapping into creative outlets. ...
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    Dan M. Gibson, Mayor of Natchez 2024 has been off to a great start for Natchez – in more ways than one, a couple million ways actually… $2,037,000. This represents the dollar amount in grants announced already during 2024, both by the city and by our partners – a tremendous start to say the least! ...
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    Sunday, January 14, at 5:00 p.m., The City of Natchez, along with the Natchez Festival of Music, will hold our second annual Dr. King Community Celebration at the Historic Beulah Baptist Church, located at 710 B. Street, just across the street from Cathedral School on N. Martin Luther King, Jr. Street. Recently added to the ...
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    In celebration of Black History Month, the compelling photographic exhibit, Critical Places: Sites of American Slave Rebellion, opens January 26, 2024, at Melrose, one unit of Natchez National Historical Park. Featuring the work of acclaimed photographer, Mikael Levin, the exhibit focuses on how revolts of the enslaved in the United States are remembered, or not remembered, ...
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    This upcoming weekend, as our nation commemorates the birthday of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we as a city will have an opportunity to “Lift Every Voice”. From the desk of the Mayor Natchez MS Hon. Dan M. Gibson. We are so blessed to live in this time, where divisions of the past are being ...
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