Yes, Virginia, There is a Santa Claus
We take pleasure in answering thus prominently the communication below, expressing at the same time our great gratification that its faithful author is numbered among the friends of The Sun:
Life is all to short and we all take things for granted
This column first appeared in the Nov. 18 paper.
“Dream as if you'll live forever, live as if you'll die today.”
– James Dean
Community makes Safety Parade great
We, at The Star-Herald, are proud of the effort set forth by the community to make this year’s Safety Parade a great event for children.
Tweet, tweet the news and get tips
If you had told me well over a year ago that my twitter account would help me not only disperse the news but get a few tips and reminders in return – I would say “No, way!”
There can be only one: In memory of KB
The Star-Herald lost a little part of its legacy on Sunday morning with the passing of William “Cooter Bill” Thompson or as I have always called him – KB. He was 71.
Do you feel the power?
Power Balance wrist bands are sweeping Kosciusko.
In the name of research
When it’s the weekend before football practice begins – Why not go to the beach? After all, it was just oil spill research for the newspaper.
The love of vampires
In the 60s and 70s there was “Dark Shadows” with vampire Barnabus Collins on the tube and the re-incarnation of the show in the early 90s which did not fair so well.
Home sweet home
Every time I go to buy potting soil, I chuckle just a little bit.
Why you ask? About four years ago, the husband and I decided to make a rose bed at our Pontotoc home. I told him we needed to make a list of everything we needed.
‘Things happen for a reason’
“Things happen for a reason.”
When Coach Jim Wood said that to the crowd at the Ethel High School Athletic Banquet May 15, I realized that “Yes, it certainly does.”
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