Amory Main Street member wins statewide honor

AMORY – During the Mississippi Main   Street Awards, held June 18 in Jackson, Amory Main Street went down with 10 representatives and came back with bragging rights. For its exterior building rehabilitation, Edward Jones won the Best Facade Rehabilitation Under $10,000 Award. This award recognizes the best single façade renovation project under $10,000 that […]

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Summer learning keeps minds sharp and helps tell a better host of stories

On the first day of school, there are always great stories to be told about the adventures of vacations, summer blockbusters and birthday parties to be told after students reunite with friends. Those ‘What I did on my summer vacation’ reports may be easy A’s, but so many tales of Gulf Shores all bleed into […]

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Book reviews by Judy Wall Crump

For the Monroe Journal “Station Eleven” By Emily St. John Mandel **** Station Eleven,” by Emily St. John Mandel, is that rare and wonderful thing, an easily accessible science fiction novel. Really, it’s more pure speculative fiction than science fiction, as the science isn’t prominent in the story. Pretty much anybody could read and enjoy […]

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Recipes are not yo’ mama’s homemade ice cream

Growing up, we always had homemade   ice cream during the summer months. A favorite of mine was vanilla made with a can of fruit cocktail, drained and mixed in with it. I can still see and taste it all these many years later. While I loved homemade ice cream, but I did not like […]

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Dodging the Doctor? Real men get an annual check up

For the Monroe Journal Research shows that men are four times less likely to consult a doctor when they experience medical problems. As a result, men are much more likely to need an emergency admission to a hospital with a serious or life-threatening condition which could have been prevented or dealt with at an earlier […]

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ICC schedules second summer term registration

For the Monroe Journal Registration has been scheduled for the second summer term at Itawamba Community College. The summer schedule includes open registration for second-term traditional day classes, June 30, from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m. in the office of the registrar/director of admission in the Administration Building at the Fulton Campus and in the […]

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Host Panthers outslug Trojans during NEMCABB regional round

AMORY – In an offensively dominated game, the Amory Panthers came out on top with two timely runs in the fifth inning of an 11-8 win over New Hope in the final game of the NEMCABB regionals on Friday afternoon. Amory, hosting the regionals portion of the tournament this year, grabbed the No. 2 seed […]

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Tigers rally for victory over ’Stangs

MOOREVILLE – The tides turned the Hatley Tigers’ way in their second game of the day at the NEMCABB tournament regionals at Mooreville on Thursday. After suffering a 13-4 loss in the first game against host Mooreville, the Tigers walked off against Mantachie for a 5-3 win on a double by Clay Pearson right before […]

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MDWFP to participate in Operation Dry Water

For the Monroe Journal The Mississippi Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks (MDWFP) will participate in Operation Dry Water June 26-28 as part of a nationally coordinated effort to reduce the number of accidents and fatalities related to boating under the influence (BUI). Operation Dry Water aims to bring awareness and education to recreational boaters […]

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