MHS back row specialist, Kayleigh Lanier prepares to receive the serve from Madison at Tuesday night’s game. Pictured (l-r): Haley Maccarino, Talandra Sain (line judge), Chloe Kardenas and Kayleigh Lanier. Lanier has proved to be a valuable asset for the Lady Tigers contributing to both JV and Varsity teams.
The Lady Tigers of Middleton High School, can mark another “W” on the board, as they successfully swept Madison in three straight sets to win their volleyball match on Tuesday night at M.H.S.   To view more, please log in or subscribe to the... more
Kathy Woods fourth grade class at Grand Junction Elementary put together care packages to one of Woods former students.
Kathy Woods, a teacher at Grand Junction Elementary and her fourth grade class this past May, decided to do a class project, sending care packages to one of her former students and some of the soldiers in his platoon.   To view more, please log in... more
Pictured (l-r): “Keeping Grand Junction Grand” litter campaign winners from GJES, holding their posters, are Breasha Graham, Miracle Lewis and Passion Lewis.
Grand Junction Elementary School (GJES) held its annual “Keeping Grand Junction Grand” litter campaign. The students were excited to competed in the contest and show their pride for Grand Junction.   To view more, please log in or subscribe to the... more
Rambo (#7856) is a male Feist (Rat Terrier).  He is approximately five years old and only weighs 23 pounds. This is such a great little guy. He keeps a clean kennel and should be in someone’s lap instead of at the shelter. He is heart worm negative... more
Margaret Flanders, association secretary, is also the administrator for Grand Valley Lakes revamped website.
Grand Valley Lakes has maintained a website for quite some time. The page was recently redesigned by a commercial web design company. It is attractive, easy to navigate, informative and its links encompass all aspects of life in the Valley.   To... more
Fourth quarter play brought Middleton their only touchdown of the night, which was scored by eighth grader Ky’shawn Peoples. Peoples followed up with a successful two point conversion and was subsequently named “Offensive Player of the Game” by the MMS coaching staff. The defensive efforts of eighth grader Bradley Hillman were equally recognized by MMS coaching staff, as he was deemed “Defensive Player of the Game”. Hillman is an eighth grader and plays defensive end for the Tigers.
MHS back row specialist, Kayleigh Lanier prepares to receive the serve from Madison at Tuesday night’s game. Pictured (l-r): Haley Maccarino, Talandra Sain (line judge), Chloe Kardenas and Kayleigh Lanier. Lanier has proved to be a valuable asset for the Lady Tigers contributing to both JV and Varsity teams.
Kathy Woods fourth grade class at Grand Junction Elementary put together care packages to one of Woods former students.
Pictured (l-r): “Keeping Grand Junction Grand” litter campaign winners from GJES, holding their posters, are Breasha Graham, Miracle Lewis and Passion Lewis.
Margaret Flanders, association secretary, is also the administrator for Grand Valley Lakes revamped website.

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With fall finally here and my woodpile done, my concentration is on ducks. Guess y’all figured that, huh? I’ve read and been told this is the year for ducks.

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ELCANAAN BAPTIST CHURCH 226 Jackson St., Whiteville; Sunday School – 9:30 a.m., Morning Service – 11 a.m., Children’s Church, Wednesday 5:30 p.m., Bible Study Wednesday 6 p.m.

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First Baptist Church Bolivar (FBC) began their annual revival Sunday morning, September 28, and have brought some big names in the Christian community back to their pulpit.

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Hardeman County school counselors, along with Regional Economic Development Initiative (REDI) College Access Mentor Dixie Spencer, are assisting high school seniors with completing the online appli