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Let’s see, shall I watch baseball or football? It’s that wonderful time of year when there are more sporting events than I can keep up with.
It’s a good thing, too, because otherwise my mind might wander to one of my least favorite things—moving.
The number of people with asthmatic symptoms continues to rise in this country and one in 10 students in Mississippi schools is likely to have asthma.
That’s the sobering report from Jennifer Cofer, executive director of the American Lung Association of Mississippi.
What could have been a bust turned into a successful event as the rain departed just in time for a great day Saturday at RiverFest.
In case you decided not to come because of the weather, you missed a fine afternoon in the sun followed by a nice night.
The aroma got to me. I got up from my office chair and wandered around the building to find out what was causing the smell.
The announcement that the Ingomar Mounds historic site will receive $40,000 in federal tax money to help develop its educational and tourism potential is good news.
The dream of having a high school football program in the Union County schools took a major step Tuesday night when the team played its first games at H.W. Byers in Marshall County.
As soon as it starts to rain, my wife is ready to do laundry.
Why? Because she can.
The biggest Tallahatchie Riverfest ever kicks off Thursday for a three-day run in downtown New Albany with lots of things to see, hear and do for all ages.
The festival keeps getting bigger and this year has been expanded to three days, from two.
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