BMC to host pastors conference

Dr. Chuck Kelley and Dr. Chuck Herring will headline the annual Northeast Mississippi Pastors Conference, set for Monday, Sept. 13 at Blue Mountain College.   Kelley, president of New Orleans Baptist Theological Seminary, and Herring, pastor of Collierville First Baptist Church, will deliver the sermons at worship services led by the Rev. and Mrs. Jim […]

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Local student attended summer program

Terry Robert Saul of Etta attended Summer College for High School Students at The University of Mississippi from June 30 – July 30.   Saul, a student at West Union High School, earned college credit by taking University of Mississippi faculty and staff-led courses on the Oxford campus.  

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Cooke named Commander of Legion, Post 72

The American Legion Potter-Henry-Lowrey Post 72 installed its fiscal year 2011 officers during the July monthly meeting.  J. R. Owen, Jr. performed the installation.  Damon Cooke was installed as Commander of Post 72 that had its beginnings when chartered in 1920.   Commander Cooke is a native of West Virginia and is a graduate of […]

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Center Hill News, August 18, 2010

I reported last week that our message on Sunday morning was on Church Discipline and my toes got stepped on.  Well, Bro. Brandon preached out of I Corinthians 6 this past Sunday….and now my toes are black and blue!!!    Sunday Night our pastor told us this would probably be the shortest message he would preach […]

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NAHS news, August 18, 2010

The first week back at NAHS was a big success. The halls were filled with students catching up from the summer.   Congratulations to the football team for their victory over Tupelo at the pre-season scrimmage at Vaught Hemingway Stadium. The football team went on a retreat to Camp Armstrong July 26-28. They practiced twice […]

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Sherman News, August 18, 2010

Sherman Day will be Saturday, September 11, as we celebrate community, family, and friends. Join us for some or all of the events scheduled for the day. Events include the 3rd annual 5K Run, Fire House Poker Run, Bark in the Park, BBQ Dinner and Dinner Theater.   The 3rd annual 5K Run is sponsored […]

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Etta News, August 18, 2010

The school bells have rung again and the students had to wake up earlier in the morning.  No sleep ins for the school bus will be on the routes to pick them up for another term and the summer vacation from school has flown by. Time waits for no one as it rolls on from […]

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Playhouse, August 18, 2010

It wasn’t the oppressive August heat that so stifled Sunday morning as I rode to the nursing home. It was knowing what I’d find when I arrived. Mother’s cramped quarters would be much less cramped. Her roommate’s closet would be empty, the bookshelf housing snack containers would be gone along with her books and Bible. […]

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Blue Springs resident accepted to Georgia Tech

Blue Springs resident and recent Tupelo High School alumnus Ryan Hollis has recently been accepted into the Georgia Institute of Technology for computer engineering.   Ryan’s mother, Blue Springs Alderman Leanna Hollis couldn’t be more proud of her son.  “He is moving far away, but I am so proud and excited for him. I know […]

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First Responders Day

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