Opinion

Making a point depends on how you present it

By Michael Brannon

How something is heard sometimes depends upon how it is said, the words that were used, the tone of voice or perhaps the look on the face.

I’ve had opinions, gossip, idle conversation, neighbors talking, television shows, … Read more

Letter to the Editor – 11/26/14

Give thanks to the farmer at Thanksgiving

As we approach this Thanksgiving season, it’s important for all to know that American agriculture continues to provide food and nourishment for every family in the USA and exports more than 30 percent … Read more

Letters to the Editor – 11/19/2014

Seeking justice in son’s death

My name is Daniel Schreckengost. My 15-year-old son Travis was killed on the evening of June 11, 2008, while crossing Highway 82 in Tomnolen on his dirt bike.

I would like to say to all … Read more

MPL storytime includes trick-or-treating

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By Librarian Mary Boutwell
Maben Public Library

Oct. 31 was loads of fun at the Maben Public Library. The kids went trick-or-treating on Main Street Maben.

They were all dressed up in their costumes. We had Cinderella, Prince Charming, a … Read more

Share your story on #20Million Memorial

From Press Reports

Twenty million people have died from smoking-related illnesses since 1964, when the first U.S. surgeon general’s report on smoking and health was released. Of those 20 million that died, 2.5 million died from exposure to secondhand smoke. … Read more

God wants the best for all his children

From Liberty UMC

Greetings from Liberty United Methodist Church under the pastoral leadership of the Rev. Rochelle Ashford-Minor.

The month of October has been a busy month for our pastor as she goes back and forth to Asbury Theological School … Read more

MISSION: Wednesday

Preschoolers at First Baptist Church of Eupora’s MISSION: Wednesday program put together fruit “stars” to reinforce the story of … Read more