Editor’s note: I’m indebted to Chickasaw County Veteran’s Service Officer Kenneth Nichols, William D. Sykes Post 7149 (Houston) Post Commander…

Amongst the more than five hundred graves lying in the Friendship Presbyterian Church Cemetery at Van Vleet, Mississippi, lies a grave marked …

Words have always fascinated me all of my adult and ‘semi-adult’ life. Why is a word thus and so and couldn’t it be this or that word? I suppo…

It seems to me the worst always happens right before the best.

In reading through copies of this weekly newspaper published in 1949, I have been moved by the articles relaying details pertaining to soldier…

When I began first grade in Houston in the fall of 1947, I can remember the old ante-bellum home that stood sort of back in the woods and to t…

I am learning so many things as the days go on and am in awe of just how clear I see those things. It’s not because I have 20/20 vision or bec…

Most of us are well acquainted with the story about John Newton, the man who wrote this song some two hundred forty- seven years ago, but now …

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