Archive - Dec 2010 - Lifestyle News
Maggie Hargrove, Matthew Miller, Guy Hargrove, Elizabeth Hargrove, and Jacob Miller prior to the beginning of the Christmas Musicale Party given by their grandparents, Guy and Nancy Hargrove
As long as I can remember, my secret dream has been to experience a white Christmas â€“ not fame, fortune or true love - just a white Christmas. I donâ€™t ask for much.
For as long as I can remember, the winter holidays with my family are about eating and cooking. And napping. Last year my cousin launched a very serious challenge to my uncleâ€™s status as Nap King.
Bro. Rondeze Harris has earned the title MASON OF THE YEAR 2010.
Santa was very good to the foodie in the family this year. I tried not to make every single thing on my Christmas list a food-related item.
Comfort Suites recently held a Santaâ€™s Workshop event to make toys for animals at the shelters for the Oktibbeha and Lowndes County Humane Societies.
This article pays special tribute to the generations of Jewish Starkvillians who have helped form the fabric of our local history, culture and society.
The Starkville Civic league met Sept. 28 at Cadence Bank. Â This was the clubâ€™s first meeting for the year, which was a business meeting with Peggy Buckley, President, calling the meeting to order.
Mr. and Mrs. Joe Edd Cooper of Cumberland are happy to announce the engagement and upcoming wedding of their daughter, Johnnie Susan Cooper, to Chamath N. Wijewardane, son of Mr. and Mrs.
It was early in the morning on October 15, 1976 when I pulled into a parking place right on University Drive next to the First Presbyterian Church and facing me was Edna's Dress Shop, and "Jesebel!"