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“From Goat City to The Hill & Goose Hollow to The Flat”

February 16, 2018 // 0 Comments

An overflow crowd attended the Union County Heritage Museum’s February edition of Museum Moments: “From Goat City to The Hill & Goose Hollow to The Flat.”  It was a unique, intriguing and poignant trip into the past of the local African-American community. For many, education began in the churches, [Continue Reading] noted many well known residents’ passing in 2017

January 1, 2018 // 0 Comments posts every obituary story we receive from local funeral homes and is generally the first local news medium to do so. Some receive more attention from our readers than others and, as with all stories, we track the numbers. The deaths that draw the most attention are those of people who have lived long, [Continue Reading]

What stories drew the most hits of 2017 on

December 31, 2017 // 1 Comment

Did you read all the stories that drew the most hits on during 2017? Can you guess what they were? One different thing about reporting news on the internet, compared to how we used to do it with newspapers: we know precisely how often a story is read. Each time someone reads a story, Google Analytics [Continue Reading]

How to help the Mississippi PSC track down illegal telemarketers

June 20, 2017 // 0 Comments would like for its readers to consider contacting the office of MS Northern District Public Services Commissioner, Brandon Presley, about illegal telemarketers’ calls. They need specific information from the public that will assist them in discouraging these invasive calls. There is now a [Continue Reading]

Trump: a small chip off the Old Hickory block?

January 13, 2017 // 0 Comments

I was born for the storm and a calm does not suit me.Andrew Jackson Comparing Donald Trump with Andrew Jackson is currently a popular pursuit. Is the incoming 45th President of the United States similar to the 7th President, will he govern in the same style? Is that possibility a good thing or a bad thing? We will not [Continue Reading]
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