Spring is finally here, and I have been abundantly blessed to have had the privilege to sit down with my friend Mrs. Kay DePriest Robertson and collect some of her finest recipes. If you have ever tasted Kay’s southern cuisine, … Read more
SUNDAY, MARCH 22
Noon — Mississippi State at Kentucky
1:30 p.m. — Florida at Ole Miss
1 p.m. — Delta State at Alabama-Huntsville
1 p.m. — Mississippi State at Ole Miss
MONDAY, MARCH 23
Prep Softball… Read more
From school reports
SCOOBA – The 19th-ranked East Mississippi Community College Lions extended their current winning streak to eight consecutive games with an 8-2, 8-6 home baseball doubleheader sweep over Copiah-Lincoln Community College Friday evening at EMCC’s Gerald Poole Field.… Read more
From press & staff reports
After what might be the most intriguing case held during the Choctaw County Circuit Court session this past February, a Choctaw resident was charged with conspiracy to commit murder of their spouse.
In what can … Read more
The Winston County Chamber of Commerce along with the city and county officials are encouraging everyone in Winston County to play a role in the annual “Great American Cleanup.” This is a nationwide event that allows volunteers to pick up … Read more
The Master Gardeners would like to enlist the help of the citizens of Winston County for candidates for the Yard of the Month. They will be looking for aesthetically pleasing yards.
If you have a yard you would like to … Read more
Carolyn Mills provides a weekly view from the community.
News this week is scarce so will include family stuff, mostly.
Martha Mills left for Nashville on Tuesday to spend several more weeks with her daughter Mollie in the apartment which … Read more
Submitted by District 35 Rep. Joey Hood
House members passed a variety of bills this week in advance of the approaching final deadlines of the 2015 Legislative Session. Most of the bills were before the House for concurrence or non-concurrence. … Read more
Anna Jean Allen provides news by looking at the past.
Personal Hygiene Ads – circa 1940
The ad people had a ball pushing their products during this PERIOD. MAGAZINES, BILLBOARDS, NEWSPAPERS, EVEN RADIO. THERE WERE Some really catchy slogans, jingles, … Read more
Jennie Caperton, elementary Schools nurse, provides weekly news and tips for helping children at home.
Tomorrow is the last day for Pre-K registration for the 2015-2016 school year. Registration is from 8:00a.m.- 2:00p.m. Parents will need to bring their … Read more