A recent report on population losses in rural counties holds true in St.
The Widener City Council on Monday voted to allow Mayor Arvin Billingsley to apply for a grant for street work and also discussed a possible curfew for young people.
The Forrest City School Board received information Thursday on the outlook for the district’s finances, and began some discussions on possible ways to keep from sliding back into fiscal distress
First off, I’m beginning to worry about our daffodils. Now, please don’t get that confused with a fondness for grass and the slaveries of summer.
The Madison City Council on Monday agreed to support the STRIVE Regional Alternative High School being opened in Marianna, and approved several resolutions needed to apply for a grant to help ge
Several leaders in Madison have agreed to work with the Lee County Cooperative Clinic to keep a health clinic coming to town.
“Veterans deserve everything we can do for them. We’re here to help any way we can. Veterans put their lives on the line. They were there for us and we should be there for them.”
So here I am, officially with the flu. And this is supposed to be, more or less, a humor column. Lotsa luck on that.
Statewide forecasts of a severe cutback in cotton acreage this year, and the effect it may have, are apparently holding true locally.
Two accidents on Thursday sent several people to the hospital and snarled traffic on I-40.