Thursday, March 17, 2011
This year’s annual family event of filling in our NCAA Basketball Tournament bracket was the most disappointing I can recall.
Close to Nowhere
Last week I left everyone hanging about my Thursday emergency MRI -- remember chapter movies eons ago?
Beth, who has just completed eight chemo treatments, had an MRI Wednesday. We talked about it at work Tuesday -- the headphones to keep the noise level bearable, the claustrophobia and the best part -- the vibrations!
Celebrate Southern culture in Holly Springs
Southern literature was born in Mississippi. The state’s literary greats have distinguished themselves the world over with a special talent for capturing the true South and the heart of America in their works. As a creative bedrock, Mississippi has also produced artists in every genre from painting and sculpture to stage and film. Nowhere is that more evident than in Holly Springs.
Letters To The Editor
Tyler still has hopes of finding that duck pond:
The wild Coldwater River has claimed another victim. My grandson, Tyler Lawler, used Google Earth on the Internet and thought he had spotted a duck pond on the Hathaway Farm that the Coldwater runs through.
Please take time to remember our local “heroes” who are serving in war zones around the world.
Immanuel Betts, Marines, 2nd tour, Afghanistan
Supporting Our Troops
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