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November 2nd, 2010

THE DELUDED DIVA SPEAKS ... The secret to staying young

November 2, 2010

Recently I drove my friend and neighbor, Ben, to undergo a medical treatment in Tupelo.

VEGETARIAN ON THE INSIDE The changing of the seasons can be defined by socks and soup...

November 2, 2010

For most people it’s indicated by the passing moment when Earth’s equator aligns with the equatorial plane of our solar system, the autumnal equinox. Or the disappearance of white clothing.

EATS ONE ATE Declaring loyalties to a favorite barbecue sauce

November 2, 2010

When I made my career move to North Carolina (i.e., when I finished my first career as a student at Ole Miss and got a paying job), I soon discovered that I had to declare.

Weir man charged in armed robbery

November 2, 2010

By BRIAN HAWKINS
sdneditor@bellsouth.net

MSU football player loses battle with cancer

November 2, 2010

Nick Bell, a sophomore defensive end on the Mississippi State football team, died at University of Alabama-Birmingham Hospital Tuesday. He was 20.

November 1st

Mildred Freeman Shurlds

November 1, 2010

MABEN –– The funeral for Mildred Freeman Shurlds will be held Thursday at 10 a.m. at Maben United Methodist Church. Committal services will be at Maben Memorial Gardens. The Revs.

VOTE TODAY

November 1, 2010

Today is the general election across the nation.

Who’s on the ballot

On the ballot locally for the general election are the following races (some races may not appear on all ballots):

Wanted: Higher graduation rate

November 1, 2010

Oktibbeha County School District officials have set a goal to see a substantially increased graduation rate within the next four years.

Health Dept. sets flu clinic today

November 1, 2010

This year’s seasonal flu shot protects from three predicted strains of the flu virus, according to Dr. Roma Taylor, district health officer for the Mississippi State Department of Health.

Transportation commissioner dies

November 1, 2010

Northern District Transportation Commissioner Bill Minor, an official credited with helping to make advances in the region’s transportation systems, died Monday of a heart attack. He was 68.

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