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EGYPT – According to Monroe County Coroner Alan Gurley, John Frederick Moore, 42, of Egypt lost his life Sunday morning as the result of a single-vehicle accident. Moore was driving east on Egypt Road in a 1993 Chevrolet Corvette convertible that belonged to his uncle and apparently lost control near Tumblin Road and overturned near […]
ATHENS – River Bend Baptist Church held its annual wild game feast Feb. 1, the meal that featured everything from possum to octopus is in its sixth year. River Bend’s men and women know how to put a spread on at their church, as they have “eating feasts” quite often. I have been to several […]
The flutters of the heart. The sleepless nights. The need to tell a good listener every single detail about it. These are all signs of crushes and love and the way that love, or lack thereof, can crush us just as easily. From first hints of puppy love all the way to completely closing another […]
The Monroe County Sheriff’s Office arrested Benjamin Allen Morris, 25, and Jamie Lynn Jones, both of Columbus Feb. 12. Jones was charged with possession of methamphetamine while Morris were charged with possession of methamphetamine with intent. Robert Alan Duncan, 49, of Smithville was arrested Feb. 12 and charged with possession of marijuana. All three subjects […]
ABERDEEN – The board of supervisors lent its support Feb. 5 to a washout problem the City of Aberdeen has faced regarding an exposed sewer line off of South Matubba Street behind Axiall through a resolution requesting assistance from Tombigbee River Valley Water Management District. The city had previously requested the resolution, but supervisor action […]
When Seeking Seven’s last album dropped in 2012, music streaming service Spotify was growing in popularity months after its U.S. debut, giving people one more reason to not purchase music. With its new CD, ‘Chaos Before the Fall,’ released this week, the band reverted back to the basics in the recording process by crafting it […]
AMORY – Some may describe her as earthy while others may call her downright dirty. Either way, there’s no denying Amory native Lucille Bogan made a name for herself in the blues world as both an African-American and a woman in the late 1800 to early 1900s. Bogan was born in Amory in 1897 by […]
TUPELO – A roundtable of Aberdeen officials and citizens whittled down broad ideas into an attainable goal Feb. 4 at the Renasant Center of IDEAS as part of a Strategic Doing pilot program facilitated by Mississippi State University’s Stennis Institute and the University of North Alabama. “Sparkplugs are groups of people who would rather do […]
Mallory Johnston began her duties as a staff writer and photographer for the Monroe Journal Feb. 1. She will graduate from the Mississippi University for Women in August. “I did this for a learning experience. I want to do this to build on my talents and hopefully be able to branch out of my comfort […]
- Six ways to talk about money with your family February 7, 2016
- Aberdeen weighs in thoughts on Strategic Doing pilot program February 11, 2016
- Group effort carries Hatley girls over Nettleton February 11, 2016
- Young to Prather surprise lifts Bulldogs past Troopers February 11, 2016
- Bogan recorded records early in the blues genre February 12, 2016
- Single-vehicle accident claims life February 14, 2016
- River Bend Church hosts annual wild game event February 14, 2016
- Even with the same end results, love never really leaves us the same February 14, 2016
- Four Bulldogs sign to play at the next level February 13, 2016
- Smithville’s Barrett inks with ICC softball February 13, 2016
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