Martin Gilbert Tribble and Caroline Belle Colquett were crowned the King and Queen of Cotton for 2015 at the 58th annual Junior Auxiliary Charity Cotton Ball, which was held Saturday night at the Leflore County Civic Center.
The crowd celebrated the crowning of King Martin and Queen Belle by cheering wildly as the royal couple walked up the center aisle to take their places onstage with past royalty, the 2015 Cotton Maids and the Children’s Court.
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Stacie Clardy says the grilling contest held in conjunction with the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life started because she and some friends loved grilling and wanted to walk for a cause.
If asked a few years ago, Tim Tyler never would have thought he’d be telling the story of his father, James Tyler, and his traumas as a prisoner of war.
Two Mississippi Valley State University professors will hold a poetry reading and book signing Thursday at Turnrow Books.
When one thinks of Scotland, one often thinks of kilts and Mel Gibson yelling “freedom” in “Braveheart.” But the Scottish heritage is much more than that.
After just two performances, the Greenwood Little Theatre’s production of “The Butler Did It” just keeps getting better.
“I’ll direct it if it is this show.” Those were Forrest Hodge’s last words before he took charge as director for Greenwood Little Theatre’s latest production, “The Butler Did It,” written by Tim Kelly.