Thursday, May 17, 2007
Toyota talk everywhere
A couple of weekends ago I passed through Blue Springs on my way to and from Alabama. And there’s the sign - “Future Site of Toyota Mississippi.”
Thoughts of fear, grief
Last week, after 25 years on Death Row in Tennessee, Philip Workman was executed.
Brought back lots of terrible memories...
My youngest brother Danny was 16ish at the time Phillip Workman robbed the Wendy’s in the Frayser neighborhood of Memphis. At that time, we lived just outside Memphis, near Shelby Forest and Danny worked at Wendy’s after school.
If you were lucky enough to know Dr. Nunan
What with being posted online and accessible by Google and other search engines, The South Reporter is a marvel of communication. People far and near can and do read what is published in these pages. For that reason, I am hopeful that someone reading my words just now will remember and be thankful for the life and ministry of the Rev. Russell Nunan, an elderly friend who passed away recently. If it was not your privilege to know him, please read on, for his story is a challenge and inspiration.
Letters to the Editor
On Thursday, May 3, the Holly Springs Garden Club had a golf tournament at Kirkwood National Golf Course.
Two Unknown U.S. Civil War soldiers to be re-interred at Battery Robinett
Shiloh National Military Park Superintendent Woody Harrell today announced a special re-interment ceremony to be held at the Corinth Civil War Interpretive Center on National Armed Forces Day, Saturday, May 19. The remains of two United States soldiers will be reburied a short distance from the site of Battery Robinett, in the same shallow graves where they were discovered in 1999 by National Park Service archeologists conducting an archeological investigation prior to construction of the interpretive center.
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