June 28th, 2011
Potlucks are a popular way to celebrate just about anything - and July Fourth is a great reason to get the friends and neighbors together for a patriotic potluck.
The American Dietetic Association Foundation conducted the 2010 Family Nutrition and Physical Activity Survey nationwide to 1,193 pairs of children (ages 8 to 17 years) and their parents.
Ah, the seventies.Â Times were simple.Â The boys of Indian Ridge played peacefully together, cable TV was a thing of the future, and most of our meals were eaten at home.Â Wellâ€¦that may be what it see
Betty Brammer Strange, a devoted wife and mother, died June 27, 2011, after suffering with alzheimer's disease for many years.Â Born inÂ Muncie, Ind.
Jimmie Glen Quinn Morgan, of Deer Park, Texas, passed away on June 22 at her home.
Floyd Chenney, 82, passed away June 23 at his home after a brief illness. He was born in Louisville on May 4, 1929. He graduated from Maben High School in 1947 as president of his class.
Mississippi State men's basketball coach Rick Stansbury had many shaking their head with the quirks of last seasonâ€™s non-conference schedule and would agree with tinkering with future league schedules
OXFORD â€” Mrs. Bessie Long Hewlett, 83, a homemaker, died Saturday, June 25, 2011, at her residence in Oxford.
The Mississippi State baseball program got a verbal commitment from one of the stateâ€™s best high school prospects.