The Union County Master Gardeners program has grown and gained respect over the past few years for their annual home and garden show and recently they added another honor: three of their members took the top awards at the Mississippi Master Gardener Conference in Brookhaven. Tim Burress was named 2012 Master Gardener, Stanley Wise was […]
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By Martha Swindle Thank you to Sherman’s election commissioners: Bailiff Cinda Kay Baker, Initialing Officer Lana Coker, Assistant Initialing Officer Sue Greer, and Receiving Officer Donna McMurry, for holding the mayor and aldermen election Tuesday, June 4, at the Sherman Library. Congratulations to those elected for another four-year term beginning July 2: Mayor Ben Logan, […]
By Lou McQuary Twanda Black’s family enjoyed a week at Gulf Shores June 1-7. Going on the trip were Twanda Black; Beverly Hall; Jennifer and Wes Stanton; Amanda Kisor; Cade Nowlin; Holly and Milton Coffey; Kristen, Lilly, and Sawyer Youngblood; Chase and Cydney Coffey; Patricia Elkins; and Aiden James. They fished and swam every day. […]
By Susan Hooker Signs of the upcoming summer season in June are visible as the countryside fields are abloom with the white Queen Anne’s lace and the orange butterfly weeds and daylilies in the Lone Star and Shady Grove communities. The hill country at Sand Springs and Smoke Top boasts the blooms of the white […]
By Martha Hardy Coming to you from a very stormy corner of Union County this Sunday afternoon. I have just had the third storm of this day pass by here with much lightning, very loud rolling thunder enough to put my little outside kitties into a traumatic fit. They were running around all over the […]
By Susan Hooker The fragrance of the honeysuckle vines is a pleasant one as the recent flash floods in the area have contributed to a countryside lush with greenery and flowers. Magnolias are also in bud. The roses are also beautiful. Southern smells of the month of May are timeless. The ‘grandarlins’ have shared roses […]
By Martha Swindle The Sherman Public Library will conduct its summer reading program every Friday in June from 10 to 11 a.m. All children ages 4 and 5 and 1st through 6th grades are invited to join in the fun. This summer’s theme, “Dig into Reading,” is about the wonders under your feet – vegetable […]
By Lou McQuary Ginger and Stephen Harrell had a graduation party honoring their daughter, Julie Canoy, on May 17. Julie is a senior at West Union and will graduate on May 24 as salutatorian of her class with special honors. About 85 people enjoyed the food and desserts Ginger had prepared. Shirley Shirley, Susan McClelland, […]
By Martha Swindle The Founder’s Day Committee is collecting recipes and history for the upcoming 125th celebration for Saturday, March 23. Current and former Sherman residents are asked to send in their favorite recipes and/or some history for the Founders Day Cookbook to P.O. Box 434, Sherman, MS 38869. The history can be anything remembered […]
By Lou McQuary Saturday, Jan. 26, was a special day for CJ Shirley. He and his daddy went to MSU for an Open House for the Farm House on the MSU campus. The Farm House had undergone some recent renovations. That afternoon they went to the Father-Son Baseball Camp held on the campus. CJ said […]
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- Community Health Fair October 9, 2015
- Aldermen act to restrict limit downtown parking, yard sales October 9, 2015
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- Master Gardener Pat James becomes pumpkin man October 9, 2015
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