Among the best times at Christmas is watching the youngest in the family open their presents and seeing the excitement on their faces.
The Christmas decor at the Bruce red-light, intersection of Hwy 9 and 32 looks great. It’s new this year– lighted deer and a sleigh and really adds a lot to the corners.
STARKVILLE – Of course, it has name that fits our self-absorbed society – it’s called “distracted walking.” Consider it a second cousin to “distracted driving.”
Calhoun City will host the annual Loggins Boys’ Classic Saturday, Dec. 20 at the Calhoun City gym.
Before Jack Vaughn officiated in three Super Bowls as one of the NFL’s top-rated field judges, he was a Mississippi State shortstop looking for a way to make spending money in the autumn.
Three Bruce Trojans will be participating in the Mississippi Association of Coaches Bernard Blackwell All Star Classic Saturday, Dec. 20 in Gulfport.
The 20th Century Club of Bruce announced winners in the 2014 Christmas Lighting Contest that was judged Friday, Dec. 12.
Loosa Schoona Chapter of the Daughters of the American Revolution met December 9, in Houston hosting their annual Christmas Party at Bridges Hall. Pictured, back, from left, Teresa Dunn, Betty Dismuke, Margie Chandler, Brenda Snellings, Mary Clark, Rita Stewart, Mitzi Aron, Jan Barber, Bebe Maxwell, Lynn Fales, Martha Henderson, Angie Newlin; front Clarice Spradling, Mattye Ruth and Sarah Margaret Hallum.
Lisa Hill of Calhoun City loves peanut butter fudge and makes it, along with several other kinds of candy for Christmas. Divinity, fudge, cornflake candy and dipped pretzels are among the ones she likes to make.
The Pittsboro board agreed Monday night to forbid beer to be sold on Sundays, but they would allow it to be sold cold.