Old becomes new again

Balls having a ball under the sign.

Submitted by Frances Stewart Ball

The “Aywon Drive In” was the hot spot for teenagers in the 50s and 60s. It was a small café on North Church Street between the Shell Station and El Rodeo restaurant. It was a … Read more

Fulfill taste preferences in a balanced lunchbox

Each of the five major food groups should be represented in a child’s school lunch box, but taking stock of what a child likes eating the most at home can help parents pack a lunch that meets both nutrition needs and preferences (Photo by iStock)

By Nathan Gregory
MSU Ag Communications

Packing a balanced school lunch that kids like requires one skill: observation.

Brent Fountain, nutritionist with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, recommended that parents recognize what their children like eating the most at … Read more

GTPT spotlights Physical Therapy Assistant

Desai

By: Anna Katharine Baskin

Sagar Desai, a native of Canton, MS, began working for GT Physical Therapy in August of 2014. He is a Physical Therapy Assistant and a Clinical Supervisor for the GT Physical Therapy clinic in Louisville, MS.… Read more

Honored

arnold davis

Representative Joey Hood recently recognized long time pastor of Winston County, the late Rev. Arnold Davis with a plaque from the MS House.  … Read more

Garden Tours award grand prize winner

Garden tour participants and attendees

By Elmetra Patterson

The Winston County Master Gardeners Association (MCMGA) presented its first tour of three of its members’ gardens. The master gardeners’ whose gardens were toured were Beverly Combs, Letitia Jackson and Brenda Jowers. Over 80 visitors toured each … Read more

Locals among winning team

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By ROBBIE FAULK
From Starkville Daily News

Starkville is about to do something that hasn’t been done before. The Little League All-Stars of Oktibbeha and Winston county are on their way to Waco, Texas and just four wins shy of … Read more