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Melissa Williams’ mother, Ann Hardesty of Burnsville, MS died Saturday morning, March 21, 2009. Visitation was Sunday night from 5 to 9.  The bus went from Macedonia Sunday night.  The funeral was Monday morning at 10:00. Our sympathy goes out to Melissa and all the children.  Ann spent a lot of time with the Williams […]

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Junta Club News

The Junta Club met in the home of Sandra Sisk on March 3.  The hostess served a delicious salad plate and dessert to the eighteen members present. After a short business meeting in which the February minutes were read and approved and the 2009-10 slate of officers were elected by acclamation, Vice President Anita Buster […]

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Philadelphia News

 Philadelphia Home Coming is now history. I had not heard any news all week so I thought I would write about today’s activities. When I got to church, I realized I had left my writing “tools” on the kitchen table so I asked Sue Harvey if she had pen and paper I could borrow. She […]

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New Albany’s “The Dukes” to perform in Main Street concert

New Albany’s own singing group from the 1960s, “The Dukes,”will be performing again in New Albany on January 24, 2009 at 7 p.m. at the Magnolia Civic Center in downtown New Albany.  This concert is a fundraiser for the New Albany Main Street Association.  The proceeds will be used to fund community projects in 2009.  […]

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Sherman News

The 2009 Sherman school reunion will be held on Saturday, April 25th at the Sherman Library. This event begins at 10:30 AM in the library conference room. The library is located in the old grammar school building which is the only remaining building of the school in Sherman.  The reunion is open to anyone who […]

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Eagles tomahawk Seminoles

The Eagles did not give in after falling in game one of their series versus Smithville, as West Union took the series  to advance to the North Half semifinals this week. West Union fell 15-8 Thursday night to the Seminoles, despite an attempt to comeback. Down 13-3, the Eagles posted four runs in the third […]

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Hawk News

Hello again Hawk fans.  Both the Hawks and Lady Hawks basketball teams did very well in the state tournaments.  The Lady Hawks defeated Thomastown to go to the 2nd round in the tournament.  The girls fought long and hard during all of the 32 minutes of the 2nd round, but were defeated by McAdams.  The […]

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Ecru News

The Goodtimers had their regular meeting Tuesday, April 7 at Ecru Baptist Church. Guest speaker was Ellois Dallas of Pontotoc. Ecru Baptist’s Adult Choir present their Easter Cantata last Sunday night. The wild game supper planned by Ecru Baptist members, will be held on Saturday night April 11 at 6:30 p.m.  All men are invited […]

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The Dinner Bell

We all have a sweet tooth so try today’s easy fudge.   FIVE MINUTE FUDGE   2/3 cup evaporated milk 2 tablespoons butter  1 2/3 cup sugar 2 cups miniature marshmallows ½ cup chopped nuts 1 ½ cups chocolate chips 1 teaspoon vanilla   Combine evaporated milk, butter, and sugar in saucepan; heat to boiling. […]

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God’s own party?

     Steve Schmidt, a Republican strategist who ran John McCain’s campaign to become President of the United States, is worried about the future of the Republican Party. Speaking to the national convention of the Log Cabin Republicans, a GOP gay and lesbian organization, Schmidt expressed fear that the Republican Party was on the cusp of […]

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