Sallis Day

Sallis held its annual community celebration last Saturday, gathering residents for food and fun.

BBQ, lemonade and sancks were readily available with live music to entertain everyone.

Born to Run

After being named the Offensive MVP of The Star-Herald All Area team in 2016 after rushing for 1002 yards, Kosciusko senior running back/linebacker Kadarius Banks is ready for the 2017 season.  Motivated by his team’s lack of success in 2016, Banks feels he is stronger, smart

A red bug melody

To all creatures, big or small, and to the two or three readers of my column, I send my greetings and salutations for your unending faithfulness to reading the words that are set before you most weeks in my column.  Many times I just sit down and say to myself, “What in the w

Risen to lead Dogs

McAdams High School recently hired Jim Risen to be their next football coach after former head coach Priest Crockett left to take another position in the Metro Jackson area.  Risen, who graduated from Buckatanna High School in 1984 and Southern Mississippi in 1990, comes to t

Tiny elbows

Last week I talked about the “nothing-box,” but this week I would like to dive off into the ability to doze off, anywhere.  It came to my attention that I might need to expand a little further into the dozing off phenomena after I watched an advertisement on TV about this poo

Nothing, nothing at all

More often than not we try really hard to be happy when we would just really rather be in a “nothing” mode for the moment, which is “happy” for me the more I think about it.  In fact, women find this hard to understand, but we men can just sit and think about “nothing,” which