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When life gives you lemons you can do more than make lemonade

By Dr. Linda Mitchell I saw the sign first, taped to the back of a kitchen chair and positioned as closely to the street as possible. Written boldly in red it proclaimed, “Lemonade for sale! Only $1.00 a cup.” Quite a price hike since I once sold it for a nickel a glass. She proudly […]

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Former resident-turned-poet Howard Brown to talk about book at library

The Union County Library in New Albany Luncheon with Books Tuesday, June 18, at will feature a review of the book The Gossamer Nature of Random Things: A First Collection of Poems by the author Howard Brown, a New Albany native.  Brown, the son of the late William H. (Bill) Brown and Colin Elizabeth (Tiny) […]

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Grill myths – debunked

By Dr. Linda Mitchell A myth is defined as a popular belief that has grown up around something or someone but is often untrue. Now that it’s grilling time I thought about some of the myths associated with that famous fire. 1. Searing locks in the juices. You have most likely heard this tale before. […]

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Super-Couponing Tips

Jill Cataldo saves hundreds by making the most of the common coupon. You can, too. Here’s how. Another kind of coupon fraud By Jill Cataldo CTW Features Dear Jill, I worked for a grocery store chain for several years. One of the things they did was purchase several extra newspapers for the coupons. They would […]

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Super-Couponing Tips

Jill Cataldo saves hundreds by making the most of the common coupon. You can, too. Here’s how. Does policy equal uniformity? By Jill Cataldo CTW Features Have you taken a few minutes to familiarize yourself with your favorite stores’ coupon policies? Most stores have a written coupon policy, which you usually can find on the […]

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Fooshee wins Homemaker Volunteers scholarship

Amber Fooshee is the recipient of the 2013 Mississippi Homemaker Volunteers scholarship. Amber is the daughter of Lee and Kim Fooshee and is a senior at Ingomar Attendance Center. She plans to attend Northeast Community College in the fall and major in Early Childhood Education. Amber is pictured with Eunice Rutherford, MHV Council Vice-President.

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Super-Couponing Tips

Jill Cataldo saves hundreds by making the most of the common coupon. You can, too. Here’s how. Rebranding the stockpile By Jill Cataldo CTW Features “Stockpiling” is the term couponers have long used for shopping ahead of sales cycles, then storing groceries and supplies until the next sale. It’s a great strategy for shelf-stable, non-perishable […]

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Super-Couponing Tips

Jill Cataldo saves hundreds by making the most of the common coupon. You can, too. Here’s how. As seen on TV By Jill Cataldo CTW Features Dear Jill, Your column is the first thing I read in the morning. I love couponing and your answers are so informative. I have a question for you about […]

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Mind tricks for health

By Dr. Linda Mitchell Weighing in at three pounds with 100,000 miles of transport systems and a quadrillion (I can’t even comprehend this number it is so huge) connections, our brain is unbelievably awesome. There are about 100 billion neurons in the brain, the same as the number of stars in our galaxy. Research (and […]

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Liberty School December meeting

Twenty-seven were in attendance for the Dec. 18 meeting of Liberty School. Ms. Lil Grisham welcomed the attendees and E. M. “Boots” Herring gave the invocation and blessing prior to the covered-dish dinner. In the business session Joanne Gaines gave the secretarial report from the Nov. 20 meeting. The December birthday of Jean Roberts Herring […]

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