Too much or not enough water and never when you need it. That seems to be the longtime plight of gardeners. Add to this the extended droughts, flooding and watering bans, and what is a gardener to do? Become a waterwise gardener.
For 33 years, Linda Lee has been a proud employee of Walmart. Starting in the sporting goods department and working her way up to department manager, Lee is a familiar face to the customers.
Byron Woodfin was born with the soul of a writer, an artist and a craftsman.
February is Black History Month, and several local African-Americans have stories to tell about growing up in Jackson County during a time of segregation. Local resident and retired teacher Tiajuana Cotton is one such individual. Cotton is currently writing a book focused on this subject matter, but to recognize Black History Month, she stopped by The Daily Sentinel on Monday to share her recollections on going to the movies and being an integrator.
When Ray Cooper and Brenda Golden first looked into each other’s eyes, it was love at first sight.
Thirty-five years ago, a shopping tradition began for many families in the area when Bruce’s Food Center opened.
On December 3, 2014, Fay Saint told her husband, Billy, that if something were not done soon, she would not be alive much longer. Just one day later, her right leg was amputated above the knee in a difficult surgery that saved her life, but left her handicapped and in need of immediate assistance. That is when CASA of Jackson County and the volunteers who work there quickly came to her aid.
The ninth annual Thanksgiving Community Dinner proved successful once again as at least 1,136 people were served last Thursday.
It’s that time of year again when the grass no longer needs cut and the lawn mowers can be stored away for the winter. But putting your mower away for winter storage isn’t as simple as placing it in the shed or garage and not looking at it for several months, as improper winter preparation can lead to serious problems in the spring.