Today's Top Stories
Barbara Young of Durant is a four-time cancer survivor. Young went from having it “all” to losing it all once she became sick. A board member of the Fannie Lou Hamer Cancer Foundation, Young told her story to those in attendance at the Central Mississippi, Inc.’s Breast Cancer Awareness Event on Friday, Oct. 18.
I have no idea where this recipe originated, but my friend who recently passed away made the best Coca Cola cake in the world! She was kind enough to bring this cake over to my sister’s house in Starkville when my sister was sick. The ingredients are simple and are usually on hand.
Fall Festival and Trunk-or-Treat
Rumors about a supposed “gang” fight that took place at J.Z. George High School have some in the community scared. However, Superintendent Billy Joe Ferguson said it didn’t happen exactly the way it’s being told.
Ferguson said the truth is much different than what people are saying.
Emma Sanders, Wonder Woman, and Emma Hayes, Candy Girl, are all smiles at Carroll Academy’s Fall Festival held Tuesday night at the school.
Donna Gregg Harper of McCarley wants her more than 25 years of experience to work for her community. Harper is running as an independent for the office of Carroll County Tax Assessor/Collector.
Currently the finance director for the City of Grenada, Harper is a former revenue agent with the Mississippi Department of Revenue.
Dr. Louie Harrison, longtime dentist in Winona, is seeking election to the District 2 seat on the Montgomery County Board of Supervisors. Harrison is running as an independent candidate.