Haunts & Jaunts: The Amityville Horror

June 29, 2017 Rick Hinton

   Some stigmatized houses are more famous than others. Some become a fabric of folklore and speculation. The Amityville House is one such… a story of brick,wood and mortar, and a family experiencing literal hell […]


Fertilize yourself lately?

June 29, 2017 Wendell Fowler

Everybody understands the wisdom of fertilizing gardens so they’ll grow, bud and flower into abundance. Humans are no different. Without nourishment we get sick, whither and return to the earth; perish from a lack of […]

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Faces of Freedom

June 29, 2017 Nicole Davis

Southside military men and women from each military branch tell their stories of service to their nation The Fourth of July, as we all well know, is a celebration of this great nation’s birth—241 years […]


Torry’s Top Ten: New Words

June 29, 2017 Torry Stiles

Top Ten new words we need in the dictionary #3 by Torry Stiles 10. Ticker cabinet – Place to keep your heart medicine. 9. Debtor’s prism – The translucent glass used in banks so you […]

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Packing in the patriotism

June 28, 2017 Nicole Davis

Greenwood Freedom Festival draws its largest crowd to date As the parade made its way around downtown Greenwood, viewers filled up nearly every open space along the sidewalks and greenways – kicking off the city’s […]