A warm bowl of homemade soup can brighten up a cold, dreary winter day.
New Year’s resolutions are interesting because they point to the common goals of our society. While the top resolutions are no surprise in that they deal with our health and physical appearance, one resolution caught my attention. The fifth most common resolution of 2020 was to reduce stress…
I have several friends who have just had December weddings in their families. I also have three weddings to attend this spring. Then, summer weddings start usually in May.
Mr. and Mrs. Tony Box of Tupelo announce the engagement of their daughter, Mallory Jane Box, to Fredrick Mitchell Taylor, son of Mr. and Mrs. David Taylor of Sardis, previously of Greenwood.
One of the best ways to stick to that New Year’s resolution of getting in shape is to make small, sustainable goals, says John Cook, director of rehabilitation services and the Wellness Center at Greenwood Leflore Hospital.
Don’t know when or why, but somewhere along the line I stopped being an “even” numbers guy. Now I’m a happily odd guy, at least when it comes to symmetry in the garden.
It’s a rite of passage for millions of Americans every year. Come Dec. 31, more than 100 million people make New Year’s resolutions, perhaps planning to eat more healthfully, lose weight, save money, read more or one of many other self-improvement goals.
Good tidings from the South’s winter garden! I plucked a fistful of super fragrant paperwhite daffodils last week — the first of my cherished winter flowers — a week before winter officially started.
The Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation will be assisting 20 recently diagnosed cancer patients and their families with a Christmas dinner this holiday season.
A torrent of rainfall Monday evening prompted organizers of North Greenwood Baptist Church’s live Nativity scene to cancel that night’s event and add one for Wednesday.
After teaching for 20 years, I have accumulated some hilarious memories. Anything that has to do with school, students and their parents is amusing to me — well, most of the time. A friend sent me this list of actual notes sent to school by parents concerning their children. I laughed until …
Martha Rushing Saunders of Greenwood and Joe George Saunders Jr. of Itta Bena announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary George Saunders, to Joseph Caleb Dodson of Schlater.
My yard is now a better garden, in the medieval sense of the word. A new custom-designed entry gate has created a special feeling of being set apart from the outside. As it should.
It is difficult to believe, but Christmas is just a few weeks away. I decided a couple of weeks ago that I had better get started on my shopping because Christmas is coming whether I am ready or not.
Divorce in itself is very stressful for all involved, especially when you have young children. When you add the holidays in the mix of divorce, it makes the situation just that much more challenging due to memories that can make family members feel hurt, sadness, anger or disappointment.
With the holidays approaching, many people begin to feel the financial stress of the season. You can lessen the anxiety you may feel during this time of year by planning purchases in advance.
Clark and Morgan Sanders are excited to share that they were wed at 11 a.m. on Oct. 12, 2019, at Rock Island State Park in Tennessee. The Rev. Shane Bowling officiated at the private ceremony.
Drs. Chase and Roxy Davis of Fayetteville, Arkansas, announce the birth of their daughter, Sally Lane Davis, at 12:16 a.m. on Nov. 13, 2019, at Washington Regional Medical Center in Fayetteville.
Although the turkey is the main attraction at every Thanksgiving Day meal, many sides — both savory and sweet — would not be as tasty without the help of a holiday season favorite.
To rake or not to rake is something that comes up every autumn, with proponents of both the pros and cons rarely offering a literally middle-ground solution.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Asim Mohamed II of Yazoo City announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Mary Morgan Mohamed, to Robert Powell McCaleb of Vaughan.
Far as I know, there isn’t a formal word for what happens when frozen summer plants melt into a greenish glob. But botanically and practically, it’s nasty.
Pillow Academy Drama Director Cathy Roberts says the school’s upcoming musical production of “A Tribute to Johnny Cash” will be a “foot-tapping good time.”