Hunting, fishing and music: then and now

By Don Pounds

My father, the late Curtis Pounds, reigned supreme in hunting, fishing and music.

He started Pounds Archery Co. in 1959, where he manufactured the famed Pounds recurve bows. These bows went on to become our family legacy. … Read more

Church Event

Mt. Moriah M.B. Church family in the 33rd Pastor’s Appreciation Program for Dr. Benjamin M. Pittman and Family on Sunday, September 28, 2014 at 3 p.m.… Read more

Hunting the Once-in-a-Lifetime Buffalo

By Roy Hawkins

The Lamar Valley’s huge herd of buffalo may well be the most impressive sight in Yellowstone National Park. There are hundreds if not thousands of the animals grazing the valley, and seeing them takes one back two … Read more

God’s Love

By Evangelist Francie Hemphill

God’s love is like a field of yellow daises, it’s beautiful to the one who beholds it. Thank you Heavenly Father for all the great things you give us in nature. I will forever praise your … Read more

4-County clarifies information

Recently, the Mississippi Public Service Commission (PSC) announced that some electric cooperatives in Mississippi have what the PSC terms “excess funds” that should be returned to their members. In a press release, the PSC refers specifically to cooperatives that are … Read more