Thursday Jul 24
Circuit clerk mess prominent in '13 county audit
The first hints of Warren County's audit for 2013 released this week chronicle the end of Shelly Ashley-Palmertree's time heading up the circuit clerk's office.
Thursday Jul 24
Man loses appeal of conviction in fatal accident
The state Court of Appeals has upheld the 17-year sentence given a Warren County man for a wreck that killed a Vicksburg mother of three.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Old Post Files for Wednesday, July 23, 2014
Robert Holmes of Bovina is named to direct the Goldwater for President campaign in Warren County.
Trucker found dead at weigh station
A truck driver was found dead Tuesday inside his 18-wheeler at a Mississippi Department of Transportation weigh station in Bovina.
Abatements vital for growth, tour home group says
Tour home operators didn't tamp down their tone much Monday in support of keeping property tax abatements possible on Warren County tax bills.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Fleeing suspect caught, deputy hurt
A Warren County teen accused of intentionally ramming his vehicle into a Warren County patrol car and injuring a deputy was held without bail Saturday.
Scant growth keeps school tax hike likely
The math on another property tax increase was in plain sight of Warren County supervisors ever since public school officials signed off in June on a 4 percent hike in their millage rate.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Escapee caught in county
An inmate who escaped from a work detail earlier this week in Lamar County was captured Friday afternoon following a two-hour standoff with Warren County deputies.
Recreation talk hot topic at Q & A with mayor and aldermen
Mayor George Flaggs Jr. called for more transparency with city finances and criticized the Warren County Board of Supervisors for its failure to cooperate with the city on recreation in a discussion about city government Thursday afternoon at the Vicksburg Senior Center.
Vega retrial set for March
A Warren County teen accused of murder in the shooting death of her stepmother will go back to trial in March.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Body identified in Sunday night fatal fire
The body of a man found in a burned home on Old Mount Alban Road has been positively identified as a Warren County car dealer.
Subcontractor law a little-known coup for state, Hopson says
A new law on the books in Mississippi that protects subcontractors outshined higher-profile issues like education and health care in terms of importance to the state's economy, state Sen. Briggs Hopson III said Wednesday.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Old Post Files for Wednesday, July 16, 2014
Mrs. Earl Jaquith and children return to Natchez after visiting here. a Mr. and Mrs. William Shields announce the birth of a son, William, on June 28. Vicksburg's Melody Reed is a swimsuit winner in the Miss Mississippi Pageant.
Tour home group heads for tax fight with county
Vicksburg tour home operators geared up Tuesday for what might become a heated battle over property taxes with Vicksburg and Warren County.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Fire ruled an accident; no ID on body
A body discovered in a burned out home Sunday night has not been identified, though the blaze appears to be accidental.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
Body found inside burned out home
A fire destroyed a home in Warren County Sunday night and a body was recovered from the wreckage.
Body found in burning house east of Vicksburg
Warren County Sheriff Martin Pace said deputies were on patrol Sunday night when they noticed thick smoke several miles away.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Week in Vicksburg
Warm temperatures remained in the upper 80s and low to mid-90s over the area. Rains Wednesday and Thursday briefly cooled the daytime temps before they warmed up again by Friday.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Tallulah doctor seeks to delay prescription fraud trial
A Tallulah physician whose home in Vicksburg was raided by narcotics agents in 2011 will attempt Monday to have his trial delayed after retaining a new defense attorney.
Concealed carry classes growing in county
Warren County's latest enhanced concealed carry handgun class if filling up quickly, and demand for firearms classes is so high that the county has more than half a dozen certified instructors.