Kenley McMullan of Nanih Waiya Attendance Center was honored as top 10 Female State finalist for Wendy’s Heisman trophy at the the Mississippi Sports Hall of Fame … Read more
By Sylvia Dickson
On April 18, the new Blossman Waterfront at French Camp Academy was dedicated at the Rising Son Retreat Center. It is named for John R. Blossman, who served on the FCA Board of Trustees from 1973 until … Read more
Louisville High School seniors (from left) A.J. Thompson, Jeremiah Wilson, Jonah Wilson, Navi Singh and Antoine Triplett were among students attending East Central Community College’s annual Senior Day activities held recently on the Decatur campus.
The day’s activities included an … Read more
Nanih Waiya High School seniors Mackenzie Johnson (center) and Marlee Parkes (right) were among area students who attended East Central Community College’s annual Senior Day activities held recently on the Decatur campus. Also pictured is ECCC Academic Counselor/Recruiter Lanette Hanna.… Read more
Gospel Explosion May 7
Dorothy “Dot” Petty will host the 27th Annual Pre-Mother’s Day Gospel Explosion on May 7 at 6:30 p.m. The event will be held at Calhoun County Multi-Purpose Building located at 121 Parker Street in Pittsboro. Admission … Read more
Licensure body is messed up
One can argue how long misbehaving educators should be punished by having their teaching licenses pulled.
A lot depends on the severity of their offense and how sincerely contrite they are for what they did. … Read more
Ramblin with Arlene
Praise the Lord everyone. What greater calling is there to be on our life than to be a worshipper and give praise to the Lord our God. You might say, well that don’t pay much. Well honey … Read more
By Rep. Michael Evans, Dist. 45
The 2016 Legislative session lasted 109 days, and it will undoubtedly be one for the record books. Some good bills passed, but many others were left on the floor when the House went sine … Read more