Pay attention to pets during winter months
During winter months, animal owners should pay careful attention to their pets. Sherry Norquist, director of Paw Prints Rescue Center offered some helpful hints to keep pets safe when the weather t...
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Boil water alert lifted
Mound Bayou’s boil water alert, which was enacted Dec. 12, was lifted Friday by the Mississippi State Department Health. The alert affected approximately 677 customers in the area. Water system off...
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Traveling Nativity
The children of First United Methodist Church visited several nursing homes on Sunday evening to carol and hand out homemade Christmas ornaments and crafts. The evening ended with the children caro...
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At 71, Causey kills her biggest deer
Glenda Causey is living proof that you’re never too old to enjoy hunting. At 71 years old, the Cleveland resident recently killed an 8-point deer. She was hunting at her deer camp in Oxberry, which...
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Paw Prints benefit
Paw Prints Rescue Center hosted a benefit on Saturday evening. Proceeds went to Paw Prints and attendees were able to enjoy good food, a silent auction, a live band, and Santa Claus himself.
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Cable One works to keep channels
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Cable One is in the process of negotiating a contract with NBC Universal to keep the channels for its customers. Those channels include CNBC, MSNBC, USA, SyFy, Sprout, Bravo, Oxygen, NBC Sports, Telemundo, and Mun2. The 11 channels are all in one contract and cannot be separated. "We would love to be able to offer channels a la carte and pick and choose which ones to carry, unfortunately, programmers like NBC Universal set certain rules or guidelines for how their channels can be sold to cust...
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