Newton County School District to host MDE’s‘Celebration of Excellence” tour
What a treat to wake up Friday morning to a ground covered with snow. By the time I left for work, the snow was everywhere, except roads and sidewalks thankfully, and it was still falling briskly. It appeared to stop a few minutes past 11 a.m. Friday morning.
It doesn’t seem like it has been that long, but the Rev. Mark Vincent has been pastoring Clarke-Venable Memorial Baptist Church since June 2004. My family had only been here since 2000, and now it is 2017. Where does the time go? I am thankful that in the small town of Decatur, Mississippi, it does not take long for it to feel like home!
Our little community made such a beautiful winter wonderland this weekend! God is such a marvelous artist, and everyday, there is so much for us to be amazed about.
You know the drill. You wake up for work and your throat is sore, you are coughing your head off, and you feel like you’ve been hit by a Mac truck. You certainly feel bad enough to stay home, but you know that there are things to do at your job so you go in anyways.
The railroads came to Union bringing changes, encouraging people to move the business district to the west for easier loading and unloading of goods. Buckwalter Lumber Mill began operation, farmers were growing cotton, and stores began opening for business.
“Welcome to The Little Town with a Big Heart”
Inspiration for the week: As you travel along — By John Willis
We wish a great midweek to all our readers and friends out there.
A happy birthday goes out to Shavontae Johnson, Dec. 10, and Rodney Jones on Dec. 14. We wish them many more.
I don’t feel well. Sinus stuff. Sometimes when I feel this way, I also get nostalgic. Not nauseated, nostalgic.