Disaster relief legislation that was backed by U.S. Sen. Cindy Hyde-Smith and passed by an overwhelming majority of the Senate this week failed to pass the U.S.
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Hall of Famers for North Sunflower Academy’s senior Class of 2019 are (from left) Carson Robinette, Haley Horton, Steven Abney and Knox Arnold. The students also serve as Class officers.
A Disney classic will come to the Delta in June when Mid-Delta Arts Association will present Beauty and the Beast for 8 performances.
The Delta Invitational Tournament bridge winners have been announced. Winners are as follows: High – Rose Paris, Bette Brashier; Low – Charlotte Buchanan, Hulbert Lipe; 2nd High – Rachel Heslep-Whitten, Rachel Tate
When I was a very young woman I kneeled on the carpet in my living room and prayed for patience. In all His infinite wisdom, The Good Lord answered my prayer and humorously gifted me with three boys.
Touché God, touché.
Sunflower Humphreys Counties Progress, Inc is hosting a health fair on May 14 during Older Americans Week.
The focus is “Keys to Embracing Aging.”
Class of ‘59
Gentry High School Class of 1959, will meet at 5 p.m. today in the annex of Mount Beulah Church. All are invited to attend.
A commercial produced by Mississippi Valley State University Office of Communications and Marketing has received a 2019 Southeast Regional EMMY® Awards nomination.
A $50,000 bond has been set for Jerry Lee Gray 51, 210 West Gresham St., and Patricia Lay 44, 416 Westside Ave., after both were charged with credit card fraud over the weekend.
Gray was reportedly staying with his niece and took her credit card.