At the September meeting of Pi Chapter Delta Kappa Gamma Society International, Stephani Cranford was inducted into membership in the organization.
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The congregation at Kalem United Methodist Church welcomed a very special guest this past Sunday. The Resident Bishop of the Mississippi Conference of The United Methodist Church, James E. Swanson, Sr., gave his highly anticipated sermon to a full sanctuary of member church goers and visitings worshipers.
Scott County Service Unit of Girl Scouts of America will be hosting their Second Annual Pink Walk on Saturday, October 20, at Gaddis Park in Forest. The event begins at 8:00 a.m.
Forest Community Arts is happy to present Dr. Justin Sharp in a all Gershwin concert Saturday, October 20 at 2:00 p.m. The concert will be held at the Forest Presbyterian Church and the public is invited to the concert and the reception that will immediately follow the show.
I remember almost everything about August 29, 2005. Where I was, what I was doing, when the power went off, and all of the death and destruction caused by a hurricane named Katrina. After that day it would have been hard to convince me that anyone would ever again try to ride out a major hurricane along the Gulf Coast.
Being a Christian in this country that was founded in Christianity is not so easy these days. The mob of people and special interest groups that are attacking every core American tradition, moral and value have one sect of people, and one religion, right in their crosshairs, and that is Christians.
Sebastopol Bobcats faced the Hamilton Lions at home last Friday. The Bobcats entered the game with a 1-3 district record, while the visiting Lions entered the game with the 0-4 district. The Bobcats went on to get a much needed win in defeating Hamilton by a score of 28-9.
The Forest Bearcats knew they had their work cut out for them as they headed to Louisville this past Thursday night to take on the Class 4A No. 1 Wildcats who are also ranked No. 10 in the state.
The Morton Panthers and SE Lauderdale Tigers needed more than 48 minutes of regulation to determine a winner in last Friday night’s district game. The two teams matched each other point for point through four quarters and required overtime to decide who came away victorious.