Herald Columnists

It’s Over, It’s Over – Well Maybe Over-ish

It’s over! The election is finally over! Well, I mean, it’s over-ish. According to most everyone it’s basically, for-the-most-part over. Right? The presidential election could not have ended-ish soon enough. I, for one, am so relieved that it’s sort of done…I think. I get the feeling that we might have two presidents right now, though.…

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Betty’s Week

Week before last, we had a visit from one of our favorite friends, Agnes Montgomery. She and Robert have not been in since the pandemic began, but Agnes decided to chance visiting us. Robert is still in, as he should be, because of his many underling health problems. We do miss him, though. As always,…

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Betty’s Week

Must be getting to the end of Day Light Savings Time because last  Wednesday I really needed that extra hour of sleep that’s coming November 1. The rest of the folks on the delivery route seemed to be a little sluggish also. Even though the sun was still not up when I came back from…

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Delta’s Impact On Tillatoba Brought Two Days Without Power

I’m thankful that Hurricane Delta decided to move on out of here Saturday. We were with out electricity for a couple of days and woke up Monday morning with no phone service. Doris Hoop was in Atlanta, Ga. visiting her sister, Carole, who is in the hospital. Christian love and sympathy to the Betty Lee…

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Youngs Welcome Beautiful Baby Girl

Happy belated birthday to two of our local young men, David Robinson celebrated on September 9, and Tray Pegram celebrated Saturday, September 12. I hope you boys had a good birthday. Friday, daughter Donna and I, along with grandson, Bradley Holliday, went to Batesville and shopped. On our way home, we stopped in Pope at…

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Grandma Young Was Missing John In 1881

It’s a Wagner Week and I dedicate this letter to all the grandparents who haven’t gotten to see their grandkids in a while due to the pandemic. Grandma Young thinks parts of the South are slow to move past the war because it’s been 20 years past. Lady, that ain’t nothing! If you only knew…

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Outside Time Is Important For The Youngsters

Well it looks like we finally might be starting to dry out after record rainfall year again for the spring.  Hopefully this will alleviate some of the pressure that has been on kids and parents since school is pretty much out.   Now when I was growing up and I am sure most of you…

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Betty’s Week

Was so glad to get to see the folks at Dunn’s store Wednesday morning. Crowd was small, but I’m sure it will soon pick up, as many have asked where to find fishing supplies in our area – I had no idea. Most stated they were having to go all the way to Grenada for…

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