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Happy trails with the trusted paper map

By Bonnie Brown Columnist Paper maps are making a comeback according to the Wall Street Journal and other ...

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Cattlemen are more than just a hat

By Harold Brummett Denmark Star Route Jimmy White is a cattleman. It is no surprise since his Daddy ...

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May today be the day of your breakthrough

By Steve Stricker Columnist William Glasser’s Reality or Choice therapy is my base counseling theory, but after 21 ...

Opinion

Cofield’s Corner: Remembering Kiamie’s

By John Cofield Alex Kiamie, Sr. made his way from Lebanon to Oxford in 1952, living his version ...

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Global ag markets have substantial impacts on Mississippi

By Sid Salter Columnist Even before global headlines seized on the fact that for the first time in ...

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We can learn from our history

By Jan Penton-Miller Columnist One of my dearest longtime friends, Anne, and I are off today for a ...

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Saluting Bessie Coleman in Black History Month

By Gene Hays Columnist Bessie Coleman soared across the sky as the first woman of African American and ...

Columns

Most important lottery has already been won

By Bonnie Brown Columnist So, unless you recently passed through Lebanon, Maine, and purchased a lottery ticket, I ...

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No rescue plan for Denmark; proud for Punkin

By Harold Brummettt Denmark Star Route The American Rescue Plan Act. Denmark Water Association applied and was denied. ...

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Nuclear weapons treaty anniversary

By Kary Love People of the world have united to outlaw nuclear weapons, building on incredible success in ...

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A well spent January day

By Jan Penton-Miller This time of year I usually feel the urge to find some new scenery. There ...

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Familiar Democratic echoes heard in Presley’s challenge

By Sid Salter Columnist In a Jan. 12 email announcing that he is challenging incumbent Republican Mississippi Gov. ...

Oxford

Cofield’s Corner: Some heady Oxford days happened in 1949 and 1950

By John Cofield Some heady Oxford days happened in 1949 and ’50. Intruder in the Dust was being ...

Columns

A little pioneer spirit is enough

By Bonnie Brown Columnist I’m certain that many of you have been watching the series “Yellowstone.” It’s a ...

Columns

Sometimes the only cap in the room

By Harold Brummett Denmark Star Route In Toccopola there is a little gas station and restaurant called Toccopola ...

Columns

Discernment guides through foxholes of life

By Steve Stricker Columnist Discernment – “To understand or know something through the power of the spirit.” To ...

Columnists

Cofield’s connection to The Eagle begins again, New weekly feature Cofield’s Corner

By John Cofield When Grandad Cofield, the Colonel as they called him, brought the family to town in ...

Columns

McCarthy’s politically expensive election leaves a hard road forward

By Sid Salter Columnist American citizens last week learned a new phrase in the nation’s political lexicon, one ...

Columns

Now is the time to run

By Harold Brummett Denmark Star Route Somebody asked the other day what I would do if I happened ...

Columns

Pantry cleared, hubby’s closet is next

By Bonnie Brown Columnist I am in the post-holiday purge mode.  Maybe not so much purging as organizing.   ...

Columns

An epiphany while cleaning house

By Steve Stricker Columnist Yesterday, Friday, January 6, was the Epiphany of our Lord, the 12th Day of ...

Columns

2023 political prediction: Donald who?

By Thomas L. Knapp Syndicated Columnist A peremptory order from former US president Donald Trump appeared on his ...

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