There is only one more week until Christmas. This holiday season has passed by very quickly, and I am glad that I have made it another year. By the Christmas tree and by the fireplace on Christmas Eve—this is a … Read more
Students who want to continue their education during evening hours will have several classes from which to choose as provided by East Central Community College in Decatur.
The College recently announced its evening class schedule for the 2015 spring semester, … Read more
By Gary R. Bachman
Coastal Research & Extension
Some folks think winter can be boring in the garden and landscape. But just when temperatures start to drop, one of my favorite flowering plants decides to suddenly strut its … Read more
By David Nagel and Lelia Kelly
Extension Horticulture Specialists
The frosty nights and days in the 60s are ideal for many cool-season vegetables.
Christmas broccoli and cauliflower should be starting to head now. Keeping the developing heads dry to prevent … Read more
Nathan Jessep could relate
By Tim Kalich
It has to be one of the greatest movie courtroom scenes ever.
In the 1992 film “A Few Good Men,” Marine Col. Nathan Jessep, a smug commanding officer played by Jack … Read more
Concerned about rewards
I’m sorry, but I don’t agree with the decision to “award” students for coming to school. I think this would be the same as paying a worker for showing up at his/her job without any demand that … Read more
The East Central Community College Workforce Development Center will offer a class in Industrial Maintenance-Core & Level 1 beginning in January, 2015, at the Louisville Career Advancement Center.
Registration will be held from 4 to 6 p.m. Tuesday, January 6 … Read more
By Gwen Sisson
It was one of those moments when he knew he was called to be in ministry with the Hope Outdoors organization.
In 2010, Stephen “Opie” Thomas of Tupelo had a family call to set up a deer … Read more
From staff reports
The Circuit Court of Winston County completed the October/November Court calendar with multiple sentences being served.
Patrick T. Johnson was charged with a felony crime of County I Arson Third Degree and Count II Automobile Burglary. Upon … Read more
STARKVILLE, Miss.–The works of seven Mississippi State art majors are on display through Jan. 18 at an international juried exhibition in Wisconsin.
Joining entries submitted from all over the world, the university students’ creations at the John Michael Kohler Arts … Read more