January 21st, 2011
By RUTH MORGAN
For the Oktibbeha County Heritage Museum
Let the deaf of Mississippi
uncover their heads and lift up their hearts
in gratitude for the rivers of blessings that have been
This painting which is 34â€ť X 47â€ť was painted in 1969 which was 41 years ago of the four seasons of our year in our â€śHeaven On Earthâ€ť â€” Noxubee National Wildlife Refuge, located at 2970 Bluff Lake Road
The organization tasked with fostering the community's growth got a pat on the back from one of the state's leading officials in the field Thursday as the group celebrated its 10th anniversary.
Editor's note: This report â€“ compiled by SDN News Editor Paul Sims â€“ includes as much information on award recipients as could be gathered and assembled by press time Thursday.
Absentee voting for the Feb. 1 runoff selection for Northern District transportation commission will begin today, Circuit Clerk Angie McGinnis says.
By JOEL COLEMAN
The wind blew. The precipitation came down. Teeth chattered as the temperature dropped, virtually by the minute.
By DANNY P. SMITH
A Starkville tradition continues on Saturday.
It is time to get a taste of Mississippi.
Nancy Ball, RN with Starkville Clinic for Women, is the educator for Pregnancy and Childbirth and for Breathing and Relaxation Techniques for Labor and Delivery.