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    AREA GAMES Thursday TCPS 35, Fayette (Tenn.) Aca. 19 Friday Alcorn Central at Benton County Amory at Pontotoc Baldwyn at H.W. Byers Belmont at Kossuth Biggersville at Coffeeville Bruce at Eupora Byhalia at New Albany Calhoun Academy at Kemper Carroll at Oak Hill Corinth at Tishomingo County East Union at Mantachie, ppd. (1 p.m. Saturday) […]

    It is autumn, and to quote Keats, “it is a season of mists and mellow fruitfulness,” but with all due respect to the bard, the Earth Lady would have included a tribute to wildflowers in this famous “Ode to Autumn,” for wildflowers, abundant and arrayed in vibrant colors, put on a spectacular show in the […]

    Vines and climbing plants add wonderful variety to your garden. Some work beautifully in small places and can add vertical or horizontal interest. Plant them on a fence, a trellis, a pergola or arbor and watch them grow and give color, fragrance and texture. An added bonus is some of these vines can be used […]

    When I was visiting Natchez looking for locations to film the TV version of Southern Gardening this past week, I had a great time enjoying the historic homes and gardens, but the sights that had me doing double takes were all the “naked ladies” parading around town. Now, you may be thinking that I’ve been […]

    By Jeff Roberson Oxford Citizen Campus Book Mart has been in Oxford for 25 years. But it’s only been in the current location for a few months. Back in May and June, the store began a transition from the old location in the Oxford Mall. For a while they maintained both locations. Now Campus Book […]

    Community civic leaders and longtime supporters of the Salvation Army’s work in Tupelo unveiled on Wednesday a $2.2 million capital campaign for major campus expansion at the Salvationists’ facilities on Carnation Street near the BNSF railroad and the Mississippi Department of Public Health. The Army’s work on the Mississippi Gulf Coast after the devastation caused […]

    Hillary Clinton is borrowing from Richard Nixon, a man she worked to impeach while a staff member of the House Judiciary Committee in the early 1970s. Like Nixon, whose handlers successfully fooled a majority of voters by trotting out a “new Nixon” after his election defeats in 1960 and 1962, Hillary Clinton is trying to […]

    Special to the Journal OXFORD – Faculty members of the University of Mississippi Department of English will compete in the first Oxford edition of “Literary Death Match” at 8 p.m. Tuesday at the Powerhouse. “‘Literary Death Match’ takes place around the nation and around the world – Shanghai, Paris, London, now Oxford – celebrating literary […]

    By David Wheeler Special to the Journal BOONEVILLE – The Northeast football team was swinging for the fences on Thursday night. The Itawamba Indians were a bit more vicious – they went for the throat. In a dominating performance, Itawamba left the Tigers gasping in their annual Hill Country showdown, with the Indians grasping a […]

    By Dave Skretta AP Sports Writer KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Houston Astros manager A.J. Hinch has a “soft rule” when it comes to a rain delay during a game: If it lasts about an hour, he’ll usually remove his starting pitcher. Good thing it’s not a hard rule. Hinch opted to keep Collin McHugh on […]