Provides infrequently used words to strengthen your vocabulary.
“Alison’s House” earned Susan Glaspell (1876-1948) the 1931 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The fictitious story about a famous poet, who has been deceased 18 years, takes place on the last … Read more
The city of Louisville is looking so much better, and I am assuming that our city is going to be in this journey of rebuilding for a while, but the rebuilding may be sooner than everyone thinks. People have been … Read more
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
Quitting smoking is important for your health and provides many benefits but it is not easy. Some people try several times before succeeding.
Smoking causes multiple health risks to you and those exposed to your smoke. It is also a … Read more
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By Sylvia Dickson
The French Camp Pioneer Day was a bustling success. Blue skies and cool breezes made a beautiful day for people to stroll through the Natchez Trace Historic District, stopping to visit with friends and study … Read more