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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Ellistown Breezes

The sunshine is most welcome this Monday morning since rain has been in the forecast for several days. I feel sure that flowering trees and other plants trying to bloom will more than appreciate rain. As the poet said, “Into every life some rain must fall.”  If raindrops were the only rain we had in […]

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Eastern Lights

Hello again. It has been a wonderful Saturday. One would think that spring has sprung in a big way, but wait, this is only the 7th of March. I am sure we are in for some more cold weather. The pear tree is in full bloom and the daffodils, yellow bells and so on are […]

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Ecru News

Junior Grant celebrated his 87th birthday, Sunday, March 7.  Many relatives and friends celebrated at his home on Main Street in Ecru.  Although Junior is seriously ill, everyone gathered to honor and celebrate his life. Our thoughts and prayers are with him and his family. We wish Allen Friday and Brooke Hamilton get-well wishes. We […]

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NAMS Bulldog News

Here at NAMS we’ve got beauty, brains, and athletics! We’ve proven that these past few weeks with the beauty review, 9 weeks tests and, and sports! The beauty review was held on Thursday February 26. All the girls looked so pretty! The winners for 6th grade were: Reese Neely, Victoria Duncan, Mary Kate Thompson, and […]

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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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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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Philadelphia News

March came in like a lion so I do hope it will go out like a lamb.  We have had snow predicted like it was last night and it didn’t happen, so it was a surprise to me. I stood looking out the window, literally tasting snow cream, yet knowing if I should fall while […]

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Urchin News

It’s getting closer and closer to Spring Break.  The students here at East Union are growing more anxious every day. The East Union Urchin’s baseball team traveled to Pine Grove on Monday, March 2.  Results will be posted at a later time.  The boys defeated West Union on Monday, Feb. 23 and fell to a […]

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Macedonia news

Oh, The WEDDING!!! The wedding we have all been waiting for!! It finally happened!! Kathy Robertson and T.J. “Terry” Sipes Saturday, February 28, 2009 at Friendship Baptist Church. (Wouldn’t you know, it snowed on February 28th and March 1st.) That is the biggest snow we have had in several years, but that didn’t stop the […]

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Eastern Lights

How about that snow Saturday night and early Sunday morning? For sure it can bring out the child in me.  It was so pretty, soft and white. That snow cream was good too. Spring is just ahead and I am ready to plant some garden vegetables. Saturday, I went to the Shady Grove community and […]

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Ellistown Breezes

For all the snowbirds, we woke up to a nice snow last Sunday morning, didn’t we?  It blew in during the night hours and I never saw one flake fall, however, that is not the case with most of our family who headed home Saturday afternoon from Maggie’s first birthday party.  They reported seeing some […]

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The Dinner Bell

Some of today’s recipes are just old favorites, but the pie recipe is special, and we need to thank Ethelyne Wiseman for sharing with us. It is yummy. The Monkey Bread was my youngest grandson’s request every Christmas Eve.   BBQ PORK SANDWICHES   3 lb. pork roast 1 ½ cups water BBQ sauce 1 […]

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Hurricane News

There will be a benefit for Lamar Hale at the Sand Springs Community Church Fellowship Hall on Saturday, March 7, beginning at 4:00p.m.  Congratulations to Ashley Lauren Berryhill who was the first alternate in the Miss Hospitality contest in Pontotoc.  Ashley is the daughter of Steve and Beth(Carnes)Berryhill and is a senior at NPAC.  Madison […]

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