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Ellistown Breezes

Easter has once again reminded us of what we have in Jesus Christ.  If you have placed your faith in the Lord Jesus Christ, please read the New Testament to discover God’s promises to you.  It seems too good to be true, but Jesus died on the cross to pay the sin debt of the […]

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Etta News

With the arriving of a new month, which also brought a beautiful white blanket and left it on the outside.  I thought of the word cozy.  On the arriving in the morning from a good inside the house where wee hours in the night left the pretty scenery of white covering.  Which made it not […]

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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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County girls help local AAU team in tourney win

 The 15 and under Northeast Mississippi Lady Tigers will be playing in the AAU national tournament thanks to the four wins over the weekend at their Super Regional.  Jazmine Spears of New Albany averaged 27 points in the four games to lead the Lady Tigers, who will play in July’s national tournament in Little Rock, […]

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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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Macedonia news

March 30, Marvelous Monday, at Macedonia Baptist Church was well attended.  Dr. Kara Blackard was our speaker and brought a very good message.  The singing was extra good too.  Like I said we had a very good crowd; the building was full. Churches that I know were represented beside Macedonia and Amaziah and of course […]

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To Union County with Love

Love is in the air, and it is also on exhibit at the Union County Heritage Museum. Vintage Endearments From Your Valentine exhibit at the Union County Heritage Museum offers an array of vintage valentine cards from the late 1800s to the mid 1930s with Union County connections.  Valentine’s Day is a holiday with a […]

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The Dinner Bell

POPPY SEED PASTA SALAD 12 ounces bowtie pasta, cooked 2 cups chopped cooked chicken 1 (6-oz) pkg. dried cranberries 1/2 cup finely chopped celery 1/4 cup chopped green onion 3 ozs. slivered almonds 8 ozs. poppy seed dressing Salt and pepper Combine the pasta, chicken, cranberries, celery, onion and almonds in a medium bowl.  Stir […]

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Gardening with Tim

Spring has arrived with a great burst of color.  The dogwoods are blooming and the azaleas are bursting open with a bang.   Azaleas are some of the most beautiful of all the flowering shrubs and are certainly a southern tradition in most of our yards.  They come in many sizes and colors.  Azaleas are especially […]

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Liberty School News

A wonderful evening of music was presented by the “Moonstones” of Oxford. Lil Grisham welcomed the attendees to the February meeting of Liberty School.  Stephen Fitzgerald gave the invocation/blessing prior to the covered-dish dinner. Following the dinner Curtis Downs and the “Moonstones” presented the entertainment. Mr. Downs (formally of Liberty) provided the vocals for the […]

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