Opinion

Letters to the Editor – 05/13/15

God shall deliver His Saints!
God’s Saints know what is coming to this nation and world! They know God and his word (truth) and his judgment. We see the perversion/sin and its increase. God shall soon say “enough”!

Noah saw … Read more

Let’s Be Neighbors – 05/13/15

Carolyn Mills, provides a weekly view from the community.

Billy Catt and Julie Mills pulled their camper to Tupelo last weekend and attended the Blue Suede Car Show.

Danny, Gidget, and Landon Mills spent last Saturday in Columbus enjoying … Read more

Letters to the Editor – 05/06/15

Vote May 12
With so many challenges facing our America, it sometimes feels like our country is past the point of no return. The huge national debt, the erosion of moral values and a threats from terrorists abroad … Read more

Memories of our County – 05/06/15

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.

The Coffee Pot
Today, when one wants a cup of hot coffee, all one has to do is drop a small container of ground coffee into a receptacle on … Read more

Let’s Be Neighbors – 05/06/15

Carolyn Mills, provides a weekly view from the community.

Winston Garden Club held the April meeting on the pavilion at Lake Tiak O’Khata, Johnna Williamson and Charlotte Files, hostesses. Sherry Anderson helped Johnna decorate pavilion as Charlotte does not … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 05/06/15

Counties like state inmates
Mississippi’s new corrections commissioner says it makes no financial sense to pay counties to house and work state inmates when he has open beds at the 17 state-run Community Work Centers.

Therefore, come Aug. 1, Marshall … Read more

Letters to the Editor – 04/29/15

Frogs for Snakes

Now that the U.S. economy has and continues to climb out of the deep hole from the recession of 2008-09, one of the important developments that has led to and continues to contribute to this recover has … Read more

Memories of our County – 04/29/15

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.

Swings
I moved away from our home on what is now, Ricks Road, in 1949. We had a swing hanging in one of the trees on our front yard … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 04/29/15

Concerns over Kemper Mine
By Wyatt Emmerich

Last week the Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) purchased a natural gas electricity plant in Ackerman, just an hour’s drive from the $7 billion Kemper power plant.

The Ackerman gas plant, which sold for … Read more

Traipsin’ Round Town

Cunningham visiting the French Quarter

Lynne Cunningham provides a weekly view from the community.

Christmas on the Quarter
Spending the Christmas holiday in New Orleans can be a special treat due to reduced crowds, less sultry weather and heavenly music at St. Louis Cathedral at … Read more