The one time I want to make flower arrangements with flowers from my yard, nothing was cooperating. I planned to do several arrangements of fresh flowers for Marshall and Whitney’s house warming last weekend. If it weren’t for my Endless Summer Hydrangeas, I would have panicked.
STARKVILLE – Hunger and food insecurity are problems that are at once global and local. To be sure, relatively affluent nations like the U.S. face far less dire circumstances than to regions of the world like Sub-Saharan Africa.
“It’s a day that will live throughout history. I have thought about it every day,” Morley Piper told the Georgia Press Association.
Over the past couple of years, my husband Joel’s organization skills have improved while mine have deteriorated. And nowhere is that more evident than when we are packing for a trip.
STARKVILLE – I’m not particularly surprised that Mississippi Corrections Commissioner Marshall Fisher is stepping on the toes of local and county government leaders as he attempts to clean up the mess in operating the state’s prison system left behind by the corruption-riddled regime of former Commissioner Chris Epps.
“King of the Deadbeats” – that’s Rupert Lunceford’s title with the early morning coffee crowd at Nancy’s Restaurant in Calhoun City. It’s only humorous because it’s so opposite the man, one of the most respected in all of Calhoun County.
The next time you are driving past Parker Memorial Funeral Home on Hwy 9 N take a look at the stalk shooting off the agave plant in the former yard of the former Bobby and Romona Wells yard.
CLEVELAND – The 80th Annual Meeting of the Delta Council on May 29 on the campus of Delta State University presented a tableau of modern Mississippi that will likely never make network television or the national newspapers.
It’s always the most solemn moment of each Memorial Day service here in Calhoun County, but also the most poignant, thanks in part to Hal Reese, Jr.