PHILADELPHIA – Greg McKee, President and Chief Executive Officer at The Citizens Bank, today said the Philadelphia-based bank hosted a luncheon for area school superintendents on Wednesday, January 21, 2015 at which time checks were presented regarding the bank’s School … Read more
From press reports
Cunningham was elected to the Office of Chancery Clerk in 2011.
During her tenure in office, Cunningham, along with Deputies Kim Crowell Higgason and Elizabeth “Lil Bit Pollard, have focused on increasing access to documents and records … Read more
A Tornado Shelter was delivered to Mars Hill Volunteer Fire Department in Winston County February 5. The shelter was purchased through a matching grant with FEMA. The rated capacity for the shelter is 12 persons.… Read more
ECCC Students Participate in Legislative Event
Several East Central Community College students had an opportunity to visit with area legislators at the annual MACJC Legislative Appreciation Day held Jan. 27, 2015, in Jackson. … Read more
2nd Nine Weeks
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OXFORD, Miss. – The following University of Mississippi students are among 752 candidates for degrees at the close of the fall semester. They are invited to participate in UM’s spring commencement scheduled Saturday, May 9, 2015.… Read more
Every year Americans observe Valentine’s Day as a time to celebrate their love for one another. One of the greatest ways to show your loved ones you care about them is to commit to a healthy and smoke-free life. … Read more
By Elmetra Patterson
Some might ask why celebrate Black History Month? Real historians would tell them because most American History books include very little about the life, history and culture of African Americans. Prior to 1915, little was known about … Read more
Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.
After reading last week’s column and talking to my Cousin Rolene Young Holley, I realized that I had not finished with the subject of brooms. She reminded … Read more
Carolyn Mills, provides a weekly view from the community.
February is half-over before I get around to writing this column. Sorry that some of you looked for it and couldn’t find it. It just was not written and sent … Read more