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Recognized

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Linda Alexander, Neshoba County Farm Service Agency Program Tech, was recently awarded a certificate, pin, and gold clock for 35+ years of service to USDA by the District Director, Tim Wilson.

 

Garden thoughts

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Moe Yarbrough (center) gave a gardening presentation at the Winston County Library this past weekend.   He covered topics such as pruning, lawn care, vegetable gardening, fruit trees, the importance of soil samples, azaleas, camellias, and other topics.  “There was a lively discussion during the program,” said librarian Beth Edwards.  “There we

News of the Past Winston County 022719

By C.J. JOHNSON,

100 Years Ago – February 21, 1919

            LOUISVILLE:  Among the soldier boys having returned from France is Henry McGee. -  Seen in the list of “Slightly Wounded” in Wednesday’s dispatch is Prentiss W. Fulcher of Louisville.  - The Methodist Ladies will serve lunches next Monday in the building west of Howard’s Drug Store. 

Donation made

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Connie Estes, Vice President Winston Guards #2643 United Daughters of the Confederacy presents birthday cards to Torey McNeal, Activities Director at the State Veterans Home in Kosciusko, MS.

Black history at library

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“The Black Migration” is this year’s theme for Black History Month and explores the migration of blacks from the South to the North and Midwest from the 1950s to the 1970s.  This year’s exhibit is in memory of Williams James Eichelberger and Betsy Ann Hughes-Eichelberger.  The exhibit curator (Mr. and Mrs.

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