Category: News

Report from Liberty United Methodist Church

From Church Reports Greetings from Liberty United Methodist Church. The month of October is nearing its end. Our focus is still on Breast Cancer Awareness month.

Jail docket – 10/28/15

Oct. 20 Jeffery Patterson, DOB 11-25-75, BM; MHP G24: no insurance, suspended DL and speeding 75/25. Oct. 21 Jimmy Edwards, DOB 08-03-79, BM; walk-in: passing stopped school bus.

Letters to the editor – 10/28/15

King of Pork!! Our neighbors just east of here, around West Point, have been notified they will lose the B&W manufacturing plant, along with 220 badly needed jobs. The plant’s wealthy owners feel there will be more profit in Mexico.

Sports schedules – 10/28/15

THURSDAY, OCT. 29 Prep Basketball TBA — Oak Hill Jamboree (Winston Academy girls entered) Junior High Basketball 5 p.m. — East Webster at French Camp

Ag notes – 10/28/15

FSA disaster loans available for county “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 Oct. 21. According to Love, this authority…

EES Honor roll

Eupora Elementary School Honor Roll Eupora Elementary School has released its Honor Roll for the first nine weeks: A Honor Roll First Grade: Paisley Anderson, Macon Ballard, Bronnor Bingham, Tripp Boatman, Ella Boren, Gracie Dean, Sophia Flores, Jaxson Galloway, Duke…

Correction – 10/28/15

Former Alderman Mary Turner donated a gazebo to the village of Mantee in honor of Brandon Turner and Stephen Turner, whose name should have been listed instead

Holmes closes out 2015 season with 56-20 win

GOODMAN —- The Holmes Community College Bulldogs put up over 600 yards of offense here today on the Northeast Mississippi Community College Tigers on Homecoming 2015 and picked up an impressive 56-20 win to end the 2015 season. With the…

Local retired educators meet

By Sandra Dalton The local Retired Education Personnel of Mississippi met Oct. 7 for their regular meeting at the Mathiston Baptist Church Fellowship Center. President Sue Cooper called the meeting to order, followed by an inspiring devotion.

Earth filled with violence, but violence will be no more

By Bro. J.B .Rowe Violence now covers the earth. Violence began when there were but four people on the new earth: Adam and Eve, Cain and his brother Able. Violence began over a small matter, envy.