Sardis Baptist Church will hold its Homecoming Service on Sunday, October 9th at 11:00AM. Bro. George Ellis will be the guest speaker and a luncheon will follow.
“I enjoy cooking when it’s done with a group of people, and we all enjoy the food together and make it a social experience,” Williams said. “I live alone, so when it’s just me it’s a little harder to cook. When there are other people around and you’re talking with them and having fun, it’s a lot more enjoyable.”
Happy Birthday to Georgia Parks! She celebrated her 96th Birthday on Monday, Sept. 19. This amazing woman has led an interesting life. Her family helped make her day special.
Cindy and Chris Peterson and the late Robert Morris of Crystal Springs, Mississippi, are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter, Amanda Gayle Morris, to Cody Alan Whittington.
Two Philadelphia residents were among 10 Mississippi State University-Meridian students receiving scholarship support from The Riley Foundation Scholars Program.
Members of the 2022 East Central Community College Homecoming Court and their respective hometowns and high schools include
Derrick Harvey’s favorite aspect of cooking is making and tasting dishes from all around the world.
HARDY (Michael Hardy) received the CMA Award for the New Artist of the Year during the CMA Honors held in Nashville recently.
Pierce and Bridget Clark announce the upcoming marriage of their daughter Kendall Leigh Clark to Tony Derrill Beckham Jr (TJ).
Yolanda Carter says cooking and baking is calming and relaxing for her, and once she is in the zone, nothing can disturb her.
Congratulations to Erica Clemons-Moore who was recognized as one of Meridian Life Top 20 Under 40 Outstanding Business Professionals.
The Rhodes Reunion will be held Sunday, September 11, 2022 at the Union Community Center 110 Park St, Union, MS.
Katie Todd recalls her love for cooking sparking at a young age through family gatherings.
The First graders at Leake Academy started a new tradition at the school on Aug. 19. The boys and girls invited their favorite teddy bears to the first “Teddy Bear Tea Party.”
Dan Barnard spends a lot of his time commuting from Meridian to his job in Philadelphia as the executive director of the Marty Stuart Congress of Country Music, but he also loves to cook for himself and his family.
Sam Mars recently become a new member of the Citizens National Bank Team as a Relationship Banker. Sam has 12 years of experience in the banking business and brings many skills to his new position.
Bettye Coward grew up on a farm and learned to cook with what she could find and has never relied on recipes.
A new school year has begun, but two Neshoba Country School District teachers will not be returning. Michelle Cheatham and Tammy Alford have decided to retire from teaching after decades in the profession.
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