For the cause of Christ: To show His love during the season of His birth, the members of Truth Christian Center supplied 100 boxes for Christmas Child. … Read more
Nothing bothers me more than some problem or contention within a family. We have always had a huge family. My daddy was one of eleven children and my mother was one of seven. There has always been a crowd … Read more
Nathan Jessep could relate
By Tim Kalich
It has to be one of the greatest movie courtroom scenes ever.
In the 1992 film “A Few Good Men,” Marine Col. Nathan Jessep, a smug commanding officer played by Jack … Read more
Concerned about rewards
I’m sorry, but I don’t agree with the decision to “award” students for coming to school. I think this would be the same as paying a worker for showing up at his/her job without any demand that … Read more
Jennie Caperton, Elementary Schools nurse, provides weekly news and tips for helping children at home.
Congratulations to Mrs. Julie McKenzie on being named Fair Elementary’s Teacher of the Year! We are honored to have Mrs. McKenzie as one of … Read more
What the American people must and soon will come to realize is that the Republican Party as it is presently built and operated is not a political party at all. What those of us that care enough to … Read more
Bryant, Obama alike in one way
Here’s a good essay question for a Mississippi civics class, as well as for members of the Mississippi Legislature. What do Phil Bryant and Barack Obama have in common?
The quick answer would be … Read more
Look for more hot GOP races
Rumors that Mississippi Secretary of State Delbert Hosemann is considering running for lieutenant governor against fellow Republican Tate Reeves next year may or may not have much validity.
Our guess is Hosemann probably is … Read more
Nannie Maude Reynolds shares memories and thoughts about Winston County’s past.
If you lived on a farm ‘back in the day’, you did not have the ‘toys’ that children have today. You made your own playthings and created … Read more
Jackson blesses new building for the South Louisville United Methodist Charge
By Gwen Sisson
The EF4 tornado that ripped through Winston County on April 28 of this year brought with it change, sadness and uncertainty.
For the South Louisville United … Read more