Clarksdale


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Clarksdale,

city (1990 pop. 19,717), seat of Coahoma co., NW Miss., on the Sunflower River; inc. 1882. It is a processing and distribution center for agriculture, its main resource. There is also light manufacturing. Clarksdale also is a major center for rhythm-and-blues music.
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More than 170 high-school students in Clarksdale are participating in an innovative financial education program called Clarksdale Dollars & Sense.
AP) -- A fundraising campaign to support a new radio station on the Clarksdale campus of Coahoma Community College has brought in $175,000.
You can hear the authentic stuff in the few remaining "juke joints" like Po Monkeys on a Thursday night in Merigold, or the Reds Club in Clarksdale, home of music icons like Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf, and the modern-era Ike Turner, who teamed up with Tina before "treating her bad," as a blues singer would say.
Zero Blues You can hear the authentic stuff in the few remaining "juke joints" like Po Monkeys on a Thursday night in Merigold, or the Reds Club in Clarksdale, home of music icons like Muddy Waters and Howlin' Wolf, and the modern-era Ike Turner, who teamed up with Tina before "treating her bad," as a blues singer would say.
Baluster dining table ($4,500), Clarksdale openwork carved screen ($7,500) and Atlas andiron bench ($2,550).
The investment decision to renew the Clarksdale facility is part of Metso's strategy to strengthen its service's business capabilities for its mining and construction customers.
The Lofts at the Five and Dime, Clarksdale Clarksdale, Mississippi, is the home of Blues music and a must for any self-confessed Blues fan.
Authorities in Mississippi have charged Lawrence Reed in the murder of Marco McMillian, a black and openly gay candidate for mayor of Clarksdale, Mississippi, whose death sent shockwaves across the Magnolia State and beyond.
Henry Community Health Services Center, Clarksdale, MS; Ben Archer Health Center.
The intersection of Highways 49 and 61; Clarksdale, Mississippi, where Robert Johnson, as legend has it, sold his soul to the Devil for the uncanny guitar chops that made him an iconic Delta bluesman.
83, of West Bath, ME, husband of Gladys Walker, died Friday, May 7, 2010, at his home in Clarksdale, MS.
After playing in a high school band in Boston, Eli moved to Clarksdale in the Mississippi Delta to work at blues radio station WROX.