(Nov. 23) My topic from the Lighter Side this article comes from a group of women here.
I’m not going to tell their names or ages but added together we are 337 years old! These women are sharp; they may use walkers to get around but they are sharp! I can always ask about something long ago and they always fill me in.
A fellow explained to me the other day the difference between a city zoo and a country zoo.
“In a city zoo,” he said, “they have the names of the animals on signs with the Latin names underneath. In a country zoo, they have the names of the animal on signs with recipes underneath.”
If you want to know at least one thing I am very thankful for it is this: our newly re-opened library is rocking!!! The staff is brill and they are open to serving so we can grow!
Have you any real idea what's going on? Maybe you haven’t been able to be there. Here are some of the highlights:
I’ve been a fan of the music group Chicago ever since there was a music group Chicago. The group was formed in 1967 with the moniker of “The Big Thing.” The group changed its name to Chicago Transit Authority and later condensed it to Chicago.
NEWS FROM LONG AGO August 2, 1918 The first two Choctaw boys to land in France were James N. Black and Jack Hemphill. They left home on the 17th day of May, 1917; enlisted in 7th Field Artillery at Jackson, Miss., Mr. Black in Battery A and Mr. Hemphill in Battery B.
The Mississippi Development Authority’s Aspire Mississippi program is based on the belief that local leaders working together take action to improve their community. This creates an environment that reduces risk and attracts private capital investment, which creates new job opportunities that give Mississippians a promising career path.
There are many aspects of the 2018 midterms in Mississippi that will be examined and discussed.
One fact, I do know is that all the winners in the election campaigns placed ads in newspapers. For example, Kiley Kirk, running for the Chancery Judge Place 2 Post, placed ads and won this position.
This week is all about southern comfort food that you can easily prepare for dinner or for football tail gates. This week, I have a twist on a classic. Instead of just serving your family a plain, tasteless tater tot casserole, I have spiced it up a bit by adding some Cajun sausage and seasonings to it. This recipe is a dish that I researche