T here may have been a turnip truck but we did not fall off of it--it must have been someone else...
Our school board has concluded that it is better for them to determine our future without the people’s input. Otherwise they would not be practicing their backroom politics.
A “Night of Unity” sounds pretty ambitious and in fact it really is. This will be a coming together of churches from across the State of Mississippi with one common purpose, “promoting the idea of coming together to serve the one mighty and supreme God.”
W e were on again and off again about driving to Starkville this past weekend to see old friends, eat crawfish and attend a baseball game.
I justified the trip by taking a couple of Masonic chairs, which I referred to as “thrones,” to our cabin in Newton on our way.
Sixteen-year-old Brentley Berry of Magee was there willing to save his neighbor’s life Monday afternoon.
Berry’s neighbor and long term friend, Ronnie Brown, was fishing in the neighborhood lake on Monday afternoon when the seat on his boat broke, throwing Brown overboard.
At the time of this writing we don’t know the ending of this story, but we have to be hopeful.
Last Monday my wife Nancy was reading on Facebook about a couple of Great Danes that had been neglected and abused. We’re not sure how that all turned out, but this is where the story started.
Simpson County School Superintendent Greg Paes is reluctant to spend the full amount suggested for the search for a superintendent to hire for 2020.
This fact, according to school board member Stan Bulger, surfaced at the school board budget workshop held last week.