Category: Opinion

Letters to the Editor – 10/21/2015

Deviant Behavior in Public
What is this all about, males and sometimes even females, going about in public with their clothes part of the way or all the way down around their groin?  What are they trying to say by … Read more

Memories of Our County – 10/21/15

Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.
 
Dress
Have you ever considered the word, “Dress”?  I am sure most of you will relate it to an article of clothing that ladies in our society wear … Read more

Editorial roundup

One man, two votes
 
It’s pretty impressive that the initiative to make adequate school funding part of the state Constitution has attracted $2.6 million from three prominent education supporters.… Read more

Let’s be Neighbors-10/14/2015

Carolyn Mills,
Provides a weekly view from the
community.

 
Noxapater is getting famous for their Cotton Gin Festival and Car Show with more and more participation.… Read more

Initiative 42: The siren in the night

Perhaps many of you have seen the new GE commercials that have been running quite frequently lately. One of the more interesting, yet for Mississippi more sobering of these commercials, is the one where the “nerdy” son sits across from … Read more

Memories of Our County – 10/07/15

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

Snow
The weather is turning cool. I see evidence of fall in the air.  We may have a cold season if the old adage is true that  ‘A hot … Read more

Nimble Thimbles

Nimble Thimbles
By:  Barbara Pou

October 4, 2015
We seem to be getting ready for winter in our group as the quilters seem to be getting darker hues for their quilts.  On our prayer list is Faye Peoples as she … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 10/07/15

Why not at least one debate?
Gov. Phil Bryant’s refusal to debate his Democratic challenger in the governor’s race may be good politics, but it’s disappointing.

Robert Gray, the truck driver who didn’t even vote for himself in the primary, … Read more

Letters to the editor – 10/07/15

Rambling with Mrs. Arlene
Praise the Lord everyone.  Once again we are challenged to face what tomorrow brings by faith in a mighty God.  He is able to do whatever we need to make it through our trials.  Satan is … Read more

Let’s be Neighbors – 10/07/15

Carolyn Mills, provides a weekly view from the community.

Summer recess for most of the civic clubs of our town hitched up the mules and started up again. This writer will try to report on the activity begun by … Read more