Great trip to Natchez
I can’t recall the last time Pam and I were without children for a week.
Emma, as a counselor, and Andy and Erin, as campers, spent the week of June 27 to July 3 at Sardis Lake Christian Camp, located between Oxford and Batesville.
Close to Nowhere
I’m one of those people who have always been afraid of spiders. I’m not afraid of them anymore.
Terrified, horrified, panic-stricken — those are still not descriptive enough words to describe just exactly how I feel about spiders now.
The Preacher’s Corner
Wonderful childhood memories of the Fourth of JulyThe Fourth of July is forever fixed in my memory according to celebrations I enjoyed at my aunt and uncle’s home in Charleston, Illinois. Summertime always found us up there, and I really have no childhood memories of a Mississippi Fourth.
Letter To The Editor
Tom the cat:
I am writing as a concerned citizen and former resident of West Elder Street in Holly Springs.
I lived on that street for nearly three years before moving a few weeks ago after getting married and buying a home a few streets away. In that time, I witnessed and was victim to an alarming amount of criminal activity.
What if we kept the money and invested it ourselves?
Mississippi politicians and bureaucrats continue to use taxpayer money to fund private businesses.
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