John Grisham’s new book Gray Mountain was a little slow starting, but picked up to his usual style after the first hundred or so pages.
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STARKVILLE – Mississippi Gov. Phil Bryant joined a 17-state coalition this week in a lawsuit over President Barack Obama’s unilateral executive actions on immigration. The suit seeks to bar President Obama’s action.
Nationally, Obama’s executive actions would spare about 4.1 million parents of U.S. citizens and legal permanent residents who have lived in the U.S. for at least five years from deportation and extend to them the right to work. Several hundred thousand young people would receive similar protections.
Calhoun Academy’s Lady Cougars have won consecutive games – one close and one not so much.
Tickets are on sale now for Calhoun City’s games on Dec. 30 at the FedEx forum in Memphis.
The only change in Bruce and Calhoun City’s region for the next two years is the addition of Winona.
Years ago, Charlie Flowers was showing me a photo of the 1959 Ole Miss football team. He was pointing to each player, face by face, row by row.
Jennifer Melton is in her third year of teaching nutrition, family dynamics, health and also drama at Bruce High School. In nutrition, students start with basics like how to read a recipe, measuring and sanitation. They also take a regular recipe and try to come up with ways of making it more healthy.
Hope Outdoors will host its 1st Annual North Mississippi Deer Hunt on Dec. 19-20.
February is likely when the sale of alcohol in Pittsboro will officially become legal.