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Erosion continues to eat away at the banks of White Oak Creek, as evidenced by a recent tree falling behind a home in the 5000 block of River Thames Road.
Nothing if you are one. Like Entergy Mississippi and Mississippi Power. Regulated monopolies are largely protected from competition and are great for their shareholders.
On Thursday, February 20, 2020, at approximately 5:28 PM, the Madison Police Department received information from Loss Prevention employees of Walmart located at 227 Grandview Boulevard in Madison
The following article appeared in a University of Tennessee’s alumni publication and features the mother of Belhaven resident, Dr. Reed Hogan.
The 2019-2020 Junior League of Jackson board of directors are (from left, back) Donna Josey, sustaining advisor; Melanie Hataway, sustaining advisor; Susan Rockoff, community vice president; Julia




Garden Club tour

Making plans for the Spring Garden Tour, sponsored by The Garden Club of Jackson, are (from left) Sarah Dabney Gillespie, Libba Wilkes, Collette McIntyre and Eleanor Anthony. The tour is set for April 23 and 24, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m., and will offer three homes and five gardens in the Eastover and Massena Heights neighborhoods.


Change also affects gardening

By ALLEN MARTINSON,

Our world has changed so much so fast. There are people still living who remember when space exploration was a seemingly impossible dream; look where we are now. People in their 80s remember cars that didn't have air conditioning. Now, rear hatches are smarter than me, not to mention all the other stuff cars can do now. Computers.




Recipes I love from people I love

By LISA IRELAND,

During a recent recipe search, I realized that many of my “go to” recipes are named for friends or family. Recipes with titles such as Linda’s Tomato Soup, Vicki’s Brisket or Turner’s Pound Cake fill my collection. And I am not alone in including names in recipe titles. Why do I name these recipes? Why do we name recipes that way?



Haunting Melodies

By LOTTIE BOGGAN,

Pat Sajak had just awarded a puzzle winner the prize money of $37,000. I left the TV on but turned the volume off. The date had been in the back of my mind all day, and I allowed myself to remember exactly where I was 50 years ago. I wasn’t watching the Wheel but was at our home on Eastover Drive.




Martha Hardage Magee

Martha Hardage Magee, 90, died Tuesday, February 18, 2020 at Highland Home.  She was born in Madden, MS on January 12, 1930 to Florabel and Algie Hardage.  Growing up with her family and friends in Leake County formed her strong and loving core.  While she would eventually move away, Leake County was always home in her heart and even in her lat



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1. He has been married for 21 years to his high school sweetheart. 2. He and his wife have four children.