Opinion

Opinion: Circuit Judges for the area have served well

By Ken Strachan
Columnist

I learned after the May 9 qualifying deadline that Fifth Circuit Court Judges Clarence E. “Cem” Morgan III and Joseph  Loper will run unopposed for a sixth consecutive term in this year’s elections. It brought to … Read more

In our community – God’s Love

Evangelist Francie Hemphill

God’s love is like a bouquet of purple Calla Lillys, it is beautiful to the one who beholds it. Thank you Heavenly Father for every good and perfect gift come from him. Psalm 37:23 The steps of … Read more

Letter to the editor – Wishing best wishes

We hope that this finds you, your staff & readers doing well; as for my wife, Bonnie and I, we’re doing great! Mother’s Day week is a very special week for all; and as a travelling musician, (Banjo/Guitar Player) we … Read more

In our community – Summer Days

By Lisa Harris

The final bell rings. It has come to an end. In the words of Alice Cooper, “School’s out for the summer!” In the words of Pink Floyd, “We don’t need no education!” Perhaps with that double negative … Read more

In our community – God’s Love

God’s love is like a bouquet of Pink Day Lily’s, it is beautiful to the one who beholds it. I will forever praise your Holy name. St. John 15:13 Greater love hath no man than this that a man lay … Read more

In our community – A Thought for Today

No good tree bears good fruit, nor does a good tree bears good fruit. Each tree is recognized by its own fruit. People do not pick figs from thornbushes, or grapes from briers. A good man brings… Read more

What’s up?

By Lisa Harris
I recently attended the French Camp Pioneer Day in French Camp, MS. It was a fun time with the BFF where we could piddle around looking for bargains and tour the grounds. I purchased a gourd with … Read more

Letter to the editor – Are You in the House?

The children of Israel spent more than four centuries in Egypt. During most of that period, they were enslaved. The first section of the book of Exodus is a description of God responding to the despondent cries of His people. … Read more

Gaining a personal relationship with God and more

Pastor Rev. Howard Lewis

What we are discussing today is how to have a personal relationship with God.
We must realize that for any relationship to really work or last, there must be some personal things exposed about each party … Read more

Letter to the editor – Thanks from RMH

Robert Oliver and Ruby Johnson of New Direction out of Weir recently made a trip to the Ronald McDonald House in Memphis, TN, where he delivered 123 gallons of aluminum can pop tops for the charity.

Soon after his trip, … Read more