The Union Drug Store building at 202 Main St. saw several changes in pharmacy owners during the... READ MORE
It is Sunday night here in Coldwater. Yesterday was my daughter Chelle’s birthday, and I arrived here on Friday to spend it with her. My son Travis had been with me since Tuesday evening, so I left him and my dog Tottie at his house in Brandon Friday afternoon, heading for North Mississippi.
The sun may not shine every day, but these live wires will always brighten your day.
They do ours each year when they visit our office and bring their fidgeting feet, their hands that have to touch everything, their curious questions and those big, bright teeth-showing smiles.
Welcome to The Little Town with a Big Heart”
“FORGIVE ME LORD” By Dorothy Womac:
Forgive me, Lord, when I overlook —-The beauty of a sunset, The beauty in a human soul The beauty all around me.
Caption: (The third place Overall Champs were (front row, from left) Landrey Hanna, Captain-Vaiden Bouder, Cecilia Burroughs, LaCee Bishop and Chloe Cooper. The second place overall Champs were (back row, left to right( James Spreafico.
Commitment may be an easy word to say, but it’s a very hard action to do.
Samhain has come and gone. But, there may still be some “trick or treaters” at your house.
She had to be sure!
Several years ago, Cindy Bennett became my hairdresser and friend. She had shared her testimony with me, but I had also seen it in the fruit of her life. I knew her story would be interesting and enlightening.
October was breast cancer awareness month. November is prostate cancer awareness month.
There aren't enough months for all the cancers out there.