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Part III Editor’s Note: Be sure to read Part I and II of this series from Iuka native Carlynn Rainey Calvert in previous issues. Available online at There was finally some … more
Editor’s Note: Be sure to read Part I of this series from Iuka native Carlynn Rainey in last week’s issue. Available online at The job situation wasn’t looking good … more
Early in 2022, I visited my alma mater, Tishomingo County High School, to speak to the Career and College Readiness classes and the football team. Why would I do this, you ask? Richard Russo, aka … more
As sure as the sunburn on my face, little league baseball in Iuka held its Opening Day this past Saturday. The first column I wrote exactly one year ago was about Opening Day 2022. Some things … more
I do not expect most folks turn to this column for what is referred to as “hard news.” I try to go out of my way to avoid telling readers how they should live their lives. So, one can … more
Spring Break loses a lot of its luster when you become less interested in college fun and more worried about paying into your child’s college fund. So, with the weather in Florida peaking in … more
Another week of eighty-degree February weather in beautiful, crime-free Iuka, Mississippi, and something has to break soon - while I was sitting down to type this column, I pulled a tick off myself. … more
“You can take the girl out of the small town, but you can’t take the small town out of the girl.” True story when it comes to this small town girl. I moved away from Iuka in 2002 to … more
As I type this column, the temperature the next two days (days that are occurring during the calendar month of February) is going to be above eighty degrees. That’s right, February is going to … more
It’s been a busy week in beautiful, crime-free Iuka, Mississippi. In the span of just three days, we’ve managed to squeeze in two formerly pure joyful celebrations slowly spoiled by … more
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