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.
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.
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
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The two-time Little Ten Conference Champions Starkville Yellowjackets made front page news in the December 6, 1941 edition of the Daily Times Leader.
Chad Brooks, a student with the Aspire to Excel Program at Pilgrim Grove M.B. Church is proud to be on the Honor Roll. Brooks is a third grade student at South Side Elementary. He was presented a certificate and a Wal-Mart gift card for his hard work. The Aspire to Excel Program is in its fifth year of providing after-school tutoring. Photo by Donna Summerall
Hosey Whiteâ€™s name was drawn out of the hundreds who bought a chance from the Pilot Club to grab groceries at Sunflower. White took a shopping cart and made a mad dash through the aisles grabbing groceries as fast as he could. Pictured are, (from left) Sunflower Produce Manager Bruce McGee, Sandra Cox, Glenda Colbert, Debra Cole, Mr. and Mrs. Hosey White, Nancy Hall and Linda Taylor. Submitted Photo
LTC Michael N. Cleveland led the 223rd on hopefully its last mission of the year Monday night. The West Point Engineer Battalion served as the Grand Marshall for the West Point Christmas parade. Above, soldiers of the 223rd wave to parade onlookers from a giant military vehicle on Commerce Street. More on Page 6. Photo by Bryan Davis