From Press & Staff Reports
Having access to and knowledge of digital devices and internet use opens up community economic development prospects, and a new report from the Mississippi State University Extension Service offers county-level insights.
The Intelligent … Read more
By Librarian Mary Boutwell
Maben Public Library
The story at the Maben Public Library on Sept. 23 was about sharing and apples, “Little Mouse and the Big Red Apple.”
He was trying to get the apple to his house, a … Read more
From Club Reports
The Gala Gals of the Maben Home and Garden Club were full of exuberance and chatter as they kicked off the 2016-17 club year at the Trace-Way Restaurant in Mathiston on Sept. 20.
The room was … Read more
Charles Daniel Mitchell, DOB 08-10-94, WM; District 2 Constable Kilgore: malicious mischief and domestic/simple assault.
Michael Sproles, DOB 12-04-74, WM; MDOC: probation violation.
Scott Doler, DOB 11-03-82, WM; MHP G22: DUI-1st.
Daniel … Read more
“Emergency loans for farmers, ranchers and operators are available through the Chickasaw County Office of the Farm Service Agency,” James A. Love, FSA farm loan manager, said Sept. 26.
According to Love, this authority is pursuant to Secretary of Agriculture … Read more
75 Years Ago:
Oct. 16, 1941
Happy Creek New:
Mr. and Mrs. Lagrone Cooper and children spent the weekend with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.H. Cooper.
Mr. and Mrs. Noel Armstrong and son, Jimmy, spent Sunday in the home … Read more
By Librarian Fran Smith
Webster County Library
Ms. Pat welcomed the children to the Webster County Library for storytime on Oct. 12.
Playing with puzzles and blocks
The children enjoyed working on the computer, playing with puzzles and blocks, and … Read more
By Dr. Mariah Smith Morgan
MSU Extension Service
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and if the men in the National Football League can wear pink, surely the rest of us can use technology to prevent, diagnose and beat breast … Read more
By Allison Powe
MISSISSIPPI STATE — Every year more than 18,000 Mississippi women learn they have breast cancer, and about 430 die from the disease.
Although breast cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths among Mississippi women, precautionary … Read more