Planning helps seniors benefit from doctor visits

By Susan Collins-Smith MSU Ag Communications RAYMOND, Miss. — The stress of managing personal health can be physically and emotionally draining for senior citizens and their families, but proper preparation for routine doctor visits can help older adults stay active…

A new traditon

Southern Traditions located on Main Street in downtown Louisville recently hosted their ribbon cutting. Heather and Jeremy Cummins are the proud new owners of Southern Traditions. “Thank you all for your support.” stated Jeremy Cummins.

Know warning signs of depression in seniors

By Nathan Gregory MSU Ag Communications   STARKVILLE, Miss. — Older Americans may become depressed as they face the many challenges aging brings, but spotting the signs and being proactive can limit the illness’s influence. This responsibility starts with the…

Red Hills Art Show recognizes locals

From press reports The Red Hills Art Competition got underway this past week and paintings, crafts, photos, textiles and ceramics were on display at the Winston County Library this past weekend. J. Bruce  Guraedy was the competition judge.  Guraedy received…

Forward thinking helps navigate legal waters

By Nathan Gregory MSU Ag Communications STARKVILLE, Miss. — Older Americans, along with their caregivers and families, can better navigate legal and financial waters related to aging by making appropriate plans, protecting their identities and being aware of scams. Creating…

Farm Bureau awards scholarships

From press reports Winston County Farm Bureau awarded $500 scholarship to each of the following students. Mary Cannon Yarbrough of Winston Academy, daughter of Paige and Steven Yarbrough was one receipent. She plans to attend Mississippi State University in the…