Herald Columnists

Betty’s Week

My report on last week starts  early – last Tuesday night. We had a church committee meeting scheduled for Wednesday night and I was so afraid I’d forget it, because we have had so little church activity for the past three months. We completed the paper early Tuesday afternoon and it was sent to the…

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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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Hill Country Living

It’s a Wagner Week and Maria tipped the buggy over. Julia, who I’m pretty sure works for the Wagners, didn’t help at all which is pretty funny. I’d love to know more about the dynamic between Maria and Julia. Thursday Night Sept, 20th My Dear Son, The children played until they got tired, and all…

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Reynolds Starts 11th Term As Representative

  When we gaveled in on January 8, I took the oath of office to represent the good people of District 33 for the 11th time.  It has been my honor to serve for the past 40 years, and I look forward to doing my best for our district and Mississippi in the coming term. …

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Hometown Pizza Remains A Strong Supporter Of The Local Music Scene

Saturday night, January 11, there will be concert featuring two bands; Eleganza! and The Great Dying in the back room at Hometown Pizza on Main Street. That is the room where the karaoke happens, among other things. If you have not been to the back room, you’ve missed a hip part of downtown Valley culture.…

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Street Talk

It is officially summer and at the Farmers Market produce is coming in strong. Have you had your first vine-ripened tomato sandwich yet this year? If not, you should go early to the Farmers Market this Saturday, it is going on from 9 to noon in Railroad Park. There’s plenty of just picked prime produce…

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Betty’s Week

Received a  note from long-time friend, Camille Fly Dautrich, and her husband, Barry, last week, updating the status of ferries in Arkansas. Camille writes: “It’s Camille Fly Dautrich, and I was reading your column from May 23 (I’m always a bit behind) and I had to  laugh when I read that the last of the…

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