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Food/Entertaining - Grenada Star
A better breakfast may be the simple secret to shedding weight and keeping it off. Here are quick breakfast ideas that can help. When it comes to cooking, you're always on the lookout for new recipes, easy shortcuts and ways to make familiar recipes ...
Senior Living - Grenada Star
A number of conditions can lead to heart disease, such as diabetes and high cholesterol. What's more - heart disease does not discriminate by race or gender. S. Epatha Merkerson is teaming up with Merck on America's Diabetes Challenge: Get to Your Goals ...
Home Decorating - Grenada Star
Are you limited on time but want to upgrade your home? Some easy home improvements can be achieved in a weekend. Snowy walkways and icy roads aren't the only hazards of winter. Here are tips for reducing winter-induced clutter inside your home. The autumn ...
Money/Finance - Grenada Star
Buying a new house is an exciting time in your life. Because it is one of the most important investments you'll make for yourself and your family, there are many important factors to consider. For many young adults, the college years are the first time ...
Real Estate - Grenada Star
Buying a new house is an exciting time in your life. Because it is one of the most important investments you'll make for yourself and your family, there are many important factors to consider. If you want to give your home a fresh new look, it's easy to ...
Lawn/Garden - Grenada Star
As you prep your landscaping and garden for a winter's slumber, it's a good idea to review the tools you used all summer. The approach of fall doesn't mean it's time for gardeners to hang up their hat, gloves and trowel. Here are tips to help keep you ...
Jim Haffey new president of Holmes CC - Grenada Star
GOODMAN -- The Holmes Community College Board of Trustees has named Holmes County native Dr. Jim Haffey as the ninth president of Holmes Community College. Dr. Haffey, 37, who grew up in Ebenezer, was one of four interviewed. Dr. Haffey graduated from ...
Two aldermen oppose city’s latest tax increase - Grenada Star
Two Grenada City councilmen adamantly oppose a proposed millage increase in next year’s budget. Ward One Councilman Warren B. Cox Sr. and Ward Six Councilman Larry Vance said they oppose any increase in taxation that doesn’t include a raise for whom ...
Together we stand, divided we fall - Grenada Star
Once again that I have decided to talk to the American people. There was a story about a man named Rip Van Winkle and how he slept longer than anybody ever, but even he finally awoke, which leaves me wondering if the American people will ever wake up.
Perfect-scoring students honored by school board - Grenada Star
The Grenada School Board on Tuesday recognized students who scored perfectly on standardized tests and discussed several policies pertaining to student development. Fifteen students in grades three through 12 achieved a perfect score on either the MCT II ...
DUI enforcement gets city boost - Grenada Star
The Grenada City Council on Monday voted unanimously to table discussion about making an alley in west Grenada one-way and approved a grant for DUI enforcement. The council approved a grant that will pay the salary for Cpl. Steven Rosamond and to help him ...
Raiders face winless Wave - Grenada Star
Two teams with a lot on the line will get together tonight in Batesville. Both the Kirk Raiders and the North Delta Green Wave have struggled this season. Kirk is at 1-2 while North Delta is 0-3. The winner of this game has a chance to salvage their season.
Chargers face much-improved Whippets - Grenada Star
Through three weeks, the Grenada High School football season can be characterized in two words, missed opportunities. Despite that, the Chargers know that they can’t continue this trend. The schedule gets progressively harder and that begins tonight with ...
Startling turnaround for Obama - Grenada Star
Life ironies are almost always interesting. In Estonia a few days ago, President Obama sounded a lot like George W. Bush -- the man Obama has spent his presidential career blaming for all America’s problems. Obama spoke not of bringing home U.S. troops ...
Community Cares - Grenada Star
If this growing health problem of Type 2 diabetes isn't addressed, the CDC estimates it will affect one in every three Americans by 2050. Simple steps people with diabetes can take to improve their quality of life One of the ways people with diabetes can ...