Archive - Lifestyle News
November 6th, 2010
On October 13, of this year at exactly 3:15 p.m., my 5 year old granddaughter, Mallory Ann Williams arrived at Grannyâ€™s on the front porch of our old family home, 501 Louisville Street, and plopped d
For 40 years, the Oktoc Community has come together for a special day of food, music and serious visiting, and Saturday will be no exception.
COUNTRY STORE BRUNSWICK STEW
(The Kitchen Version)
1 lb. beef
2/3 lb. chicken (fat hens preferred)
2/3 lb. pork, should be cubed
1 lb. deer
1 qt. tomato pieces and juice
1 qt. butterbeans
Recently I drove my friend and neighbor, Ben, to undergo a medical treatment in Tupelo.
For most people itâ€™s indicated by the passing moment when Earthâ€™s equator aligns with the equatorial plane of our solar system, the autumnal equinox. Or the disappearance of white clothing.
When I made my career move to North Carolina (i.e., when I finished my first career as a student at Ole Miss and got a paying job), I soon discovered that I had to declare.
Pepper and I were Black Eyed Peas (blackened eyes with the letter P on our shirts) but no one got it! We asked residents to share their favorite Halloween costumes and experiences.
This article is written as a tribute to all the alumni of the Longview Schools who would have gathered for their 61st annual reunion held in October.
Erin Rebecca Wilkinson of Decatur, Ala. and Avery Jerald Ainsworth III of Jackson,Â formerly of Starkville, were united in marriage at 6 p.m.
MSU Womenâ€™s Club November hostesses are (back row) Cricket Henderson, Gertrude Okhuysen (front row)Marsha Moore, Judi Houseley, Connie Myers.