Thursday, April 27, 2006
City park alive
I wasn’t fortunate enough to know Sam Coopwood.
But I feel certain the late mayor of Holly Springs would be proud of all the recent activity at the park named in his honor.
Close to Nowhere
Janet Jolley and I have survived our first-ever quilt exhibit! And we had fun doing it!
Changing church light bulbs is enlightening...
Hardly a week passes by that I do not change light bulbs around our church. Today there were quite a few that needed changing, so I made a morning of it. I calculate that there are roughly 200 light bulbs in our church, so odds are one is going to burn out every so often.
Letters to the Editor
I saw in last week’s edition where Tom Boone had retired from the Holly Springs Utility Department and read all the kind words that were spoken on his behalf.
I would like to add a few of my own.
By BILLY McCOY
As gas prices at the pump rise higher and higher and our frustrations grow right along with them, many Mississippians are rightly wondering what can be done about it.
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