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Miller honored

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The United Methodist Women’s Razmus Circle of Mathiston United Methodist Church met July 6. … Read more

Folks enjoy shopping, visiting at Farmers’ Market

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By Jane Collins
Maben Farmers’ Market

Last Friday at the Maben Farmers’ Market William Shaw brought lots of homegrown red and

William Shaw’s cooler full of shelled lima and speckled butter beans

William Shaw’s cooler full of shelled lima and speckled butter beans

green tomatoes and a cooler full of shelled … Read more

Calendar of Events – 07/22/15

Mathiston political rally
A political rally will be from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. July 25 in Mathiston’s town park.
In addition to political speaking, gospel singing will also be going on. Sean Greer from Macon will bring some good old-fashioned, hand-clapping … Read more

New Stadium for Lady Bulldogs set for 2016

From school reports

STARKVILLE, — With an expected completion date of January 2016, progress continues on the construction of the new MSU Softball Stadium.

A $6-million project in total, the new facility will have 1,000 chairback seats for fans, a … Read more

Prevent vehicle theft: #protectyourride

From Press Reports

The number of vehicle thefts is shockingly high in the United States, with a vehicle stolen approximately every 45 seconds.

The Mississippi Department of Transportation supports Vehicle Theft Prevention Month, held each July by the National Highway … Read more

Kilmichael site for new veterans cemetery

From Press Reports

Gov. Phil Bryant announced Feb. 15 that Mississippi will construct the North Mississippi Veterans Memorial Cemetery in Kilmichael in Montgomery County.

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs has awarded Mississippi a $6.6 million VA State Veterans Cemetery … Read more

Watch for powdery mildew on crepe myrtles

By Lelia Kelly, PhD
State Consumer Horticulture Specialist
Extension Professor
North Mississippi Research and Extension Center

Encourage continued blooming of crepe myrtles by cutting back the tips of the branches as flowers fade. This will remove the developing seedpods and … Read more

MSU floral instructor moves to specialist spot

From Press Reports

A longtime Mississippi State University floral professor is now teaching the Mississippi public about floral design.

Jim DelPrince, who taught students on the Starkville campus for 23 years, joined the MSU Extension Service as a floral design … Read more

911 Calls – 07/22/15

July 13
9:38 a.m., car hit dog, Martin Luther King Jr. Drive; Webster Sheriff’s Office responds.
12:38 p.m., medical, Sibley Road; Emergency Medical Services, Eupora Fire Department respond.
12:58 p.m., alarm, Veterans Memorial Boulevard; Eupora Police Department responds.
2:36 p.m., … Read more

Diabetes scams fool with quack cures 


From Press Reports 

Watch out for an email scam promoting medicine for diabetes or other common medical conditions. These messages claim that the products are endorsed by official organizations and offer amazing results, but it’s all a con, according to … Read more