“What’s the most common issues you see?” is a question I frequently get asked, and I rarely hesitate in my response: “Anxiety, first; and then depression.”
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.”
Sandra Appleton Sturniolo of Greenwood and Richard Paul Sturniolo of Brownsburg, Indiana, announce the marriage of their daughter, Amanda Claire, to Brandon Allan Langford.
Steve and I recently attended our granddaughter’s Grandparents’ Day program at Pillow Academy. She had asked us several times if we were coming. We assured her that we would both be there — little does she know, nothing could keep us away.
Ty and Laura Massey of Batesville announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Angel Golden, to Zack Miller, formerly of Greenwood, who now resides in Batesville.
Ron and Sharon Green of Water Valley announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Sarah Green, originally of Vicksburg, to Griffin Jefcoat of Greenwood.
Mississippi Valley State University’s Career Services Center is hosting its 2019 Internship/Career Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Tuesday on the concourse level of the R.W. Harrison Complex.
The 2017 Greenwood Little Theatre hit jukebox musical “Ring of Fire” will light up the stage once again — this time in Indianola.
While the members of Keesler-Hamrick-Gillespie American Legion Post 29 are no longer active members of the U.S. Armed Forces, they continue to find ways to serve their country every day.
Colorado resident Vince Rozmiarek is responsible for the Indian Hills Community Center in Indian Hills of Jefferson County. The census records this town’s population as 1,280, but the signs he posts up to three times a week are making this small town internationally famous.
Worrying is something that everyone does. We worry about our kids, our spouses, our health, our finances, what others think about us and pretty much anything else that is important to us. If we care about it, we tend to worry about it.
Greenwood Little Theatre will jump-start its 2019-20 season with a play based on a successful 1970 feature film, which was adapted into a popular long-running television show that remains a hit with fans today.
I’ve always had an affinity for the color brown, which is a good thing because right now some of my normally green garden is various hues of sepia from the heat and drought.
The United Way of Leflore County’s All-In Event is a one-day fundraiser that provides multiple ways to support nonprofit organizations that make Greenwood a better place to live, says Courtney Kimmel, executive director of the United Way.
As I was sitting at my desk, I was reminded of a conversation I had recently with a coworker. I remember the feeling of sadness I felt as I listened to the struggles shared of what she and her family had experienced and continue to feel as a result of the recent floods in the Mississippi Del…
John Louis and Deborah Louise Phillips of Coila announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Jo’Niece Lee Phillips, to Mario Jason Redmond of Memphis.
Some of the most unusual, ancient creatures on earth are living in your garden, happily weathering the worst weather thrown their way. Some gardeners see them as monsters, which is sorta the truth.
Today, I am reprinting a column from 12 years ago. My reason for this is because after 50 years of cooking, I can finally make homemade “from scratch” biscuits.
September is National Literacy Month. Each year in September, the Leflore County MSU Extension and Altrusa International of Greenwood seek to recruit new Begin with Reader volunteers.
Canvas & Clay organizers say the event on Thursday will be a night of good food, expertly paired by a sommelier with different wines, and will feature a silent auction with more than 40 handcrafted items.
I know the world would be a boring place if we all thought alike. I often wonder what makes a person “tick.” What makes them think and act the way they do?
Looking for ways to foster your child’s reading comprehension, vocabulary and critical thinking skills? Look no farther than your daily newspaper.
Wayne and LaNelle Tollison of Greenwood announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Marianna LaNelle Tollison, to Frank Howard Redd III of Jackson.