Books Bygone: Washday and books of great thinkers

By Marica Bernstein

 

My library contains a lot of old books by Great Thinkers addressing life’s most profound questions. What does it mean to flourish as a human being? How can we believe in a benevolent God in the … Read more

‘The Hat’ 1st storytime of year

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By Librarian Fran Smith

Webster County Library

 

On Jan. 8, children gathered for the first storytime in 2014.

Despite the frigid weather all arrived eager to hear Ms. Nicole read “ The Hat” by Jan Brett, a story about … Read more

‘Gingerbread Baby’ read at Story Hour

Winters Norman, Ms. Mary, Carley and Will Harper Norman make a gingerbread house.

By Dottie Dewberry

For the WPT

 

The Maben Public Library kicked off the year with the reading of “The Gingerbread Baby” and the creation of a gingerbread house complete with edible decorations and a stuffed gingerbread baby during Story … Read more

The Nelons in concert

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The world-famous Nelons of Dallas, Ga., will be in concert at First Baptist Church of Eupora at 6 p.m. Saturday. Their numerable awards and accolades include three Grammy nominations and six Gospel Music Association Dove Awards. A love offering will … Read more

Church destroyed by fire

Crossroads Baptist Church is engulfed in flames as volunteer fire departments work to control the fire.

By Amanda McBride

Louisville Publishing

 

Crossroads Baptist Church of Mathiston was destroyed after an early-morning fire on Jan. 7.

The church is located in northern Choctaw County at 580 Crossroads Church Road.

The Mathiston Fire Department responded to the … Read more

Vaughan’s Vocabulary

Don Vaughan provides infrequently used words to strengthen your
vocabulary.

On the “Vocabulary Can Be Fun” website I came upon a strategy of how to expand vocabulary. Divide your vocabulary into three groups. The first category has words you’re confident … Read more