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Oak Hill Academy senior John Wesley Williamson, West Point High School senior Alexis Smith and Hebron Christian senior Curtis Smith are honored as the West Point Rotary Clubâ€™s Students of the Month on Thursday. Williamson plans to attend Mississippi State to major in Business. He is the president of his class, and he currently owns a small business in West Point. Alexis Smith plans to attend either Ole Miss or Alabama and major in either Physics or Biology with hopes of becoming a Pediatrician.
I stumbled across a sure-fire system for improving my mental health, not to mention my outlook on life during these hard times. It doesnâ€™t cost anything and the results are almost instantaneous.
Miraculously, the hard times have evaporated as my thoughts turn to Christmas, family gatherings and the making of new memories unpolluted by general mayhem and contentious politics.
A wrecked Earth lies virtually abandoned in space.
Only one percent of the human race exists on the planet in an attempt to rehabilitate the environment. The other 99 percent have colonized Mars.
Each year, a group is chosen to travel to Earth to work on the rehabilitation project.
"Earthrise", a new film by director Glenn Payne follows the journey of those on their way to Earth, and West Point will be the setting of this Sci-Fi psychological thriller.
Today, students at the West Point Alternative School will find out who took home the top prizes for the schoolâ€™s holiday poster contest. Eric Morgan of Dominos has donated pizza, and Labaris Conner of Kroger has donated cupcakes as part of the awards for the winners. The posters were judged by WPSD Superintendent Burnell McDonald, Assistant Superintendent Rob Smith, Federal Programs Director Reita Humphries and Daily Times Leader Managing Editor Bryan Davis. Steve Parker is the principal at the Alternative School More on page 6.
Santa was on hand at the Mansfieldâ€™s home, and twins Bronwynne and Betsy Gray Barrett of Starkville paid him a visit. Photo Submitted by Kristen Stevens
Every memory of the child who has died must be summoned up with all its feelings and reworked with the new and painful knowledge that your child is gone. This I can tell you after loosing our son was the most painful aspects of grieving. We love the dead differently from how we love the living. As we live with the reality of our loss of a son or daughter, your love must recognize the changed reality and change itself. You will never stop loving your child who has died. Remembering and bringing up feelings and memories is how I accomplished this painful task.
Iâ€™m not sure if anyone has heard that the sitting Governor of Mississippi, Phil Bryant has had the audacity to put a Nativity Scene on the front lawn of the Governorâ€™s Mansion. Imagine that! A Nativity Scene in Mississippi! A group who calls themselves Mississippi Atheists have gotten in touch with the ACLU to see if they can make Gov. Bryant remove the offensive scene. Really.
Has the world gone completely nuts!? Uh..itâ€™s CHRISTMAS! Duh. CHRISTmas.
Thomas and Ivy Mann of West Point are pleased to announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their granddaughter, Lacee J. Mann, to Christopher Wesley Harris, son of Jimmy and Donna Harris of West Point.
The bride-elect attended West Point High School and is continuing her education at East Mississippi Community College in the Fall.
The prospective groom is the grandson of Nadine Harris and the late E.J. Harris and the late Wesley and Catherine Gaskin.
He is a 2002 graduate of West Point High School.
He is currently employed with Crawford Inc.
Friends of the Library are very happy to welcome back a favorite author to Luncheon with Books, Thursday, December 13, at noon, author of the Bones mysteries, Carolyn Haines. She is continuing the adventures of everyoneâ€™s favorite southern private eye, Sarah Booth Delaney, with her latest novel â€śBonefire of the Vanities.â€ť
Editorâ€™s Note: This article contains headlines and excerpts from articles written in 1941. We apologize if the language is offensive to some of our readers. It is intended for historical analysis and does not reflect the feelings of anyone currently associated with the Daily Times Leader.
The two-time Little Ten Conference Champions Starkville Yellowjackets made front page news in the December 6, 1941 edition of the Daily Times Leader.