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Health/Wellness - Grenada Star
If you're trying to manage your weight, holiday activities can come with a cost if you give in to the treats of the season. Deadly superbugs are prevalent in hospitals, health care and daycare settings across the country - as well as many communities.
Home Improvement - Grenada Star
Find out how these simple projects can get your home winter ready. While homeowners may not immediately think of their attic as a major source of energy loss, the reality is that as much as 25 percent of the energy lost in the average American home occurs ...
Hunting, fishing ‘right’ could threaten private landowners - Grenada Star
Mississippi voters should consider a NO vote on the “Right To Hunt and Fish” constitutional amendment on the Nov. 4 ballot that “guarantees” all three million of the population of Mississippi will have the constitutional right to hunt and fish.
Law hopes to avoid Halloween ‘tricks’ - Grenada Star
Tonight is the night when little ghosts and goblins roam the streets in search of candy, and law enforcement officials in Grenada want the trick-or-treaters to be safe this Halloween. According to Capt. George Douglas with the Grenada Police Department ...
General election vote Tuesday - Grenada Star
Absentee ballots for the Nov. 4 general election can be cast Saturday at the circuit clerk’s office at the courthouse. The clerk’s office will be open on from 8 a.m. until noon for absentee voting, according to Circuit Clerk Linda Barnette. Polls will ...
Watch for Clovis in clouds - Grenada Star
I have a good view from my bedroom window. Looking out into the woods that border the Natchez Trace, I can see and experience the wonderful tranquility and splendor of nature from the comfort of my bedroom and in bedroom slippers. There is a squirrel.
Lawn/Garden - Grenada Star
When it comes to protecting your family, your home is your fortress. It's the place where you can relax, knowing your family is secure. Knowing what your lawn and garden needs from season to season not only makes it easier for you to stay organized with ...
St. Nicholas working on Christmas list - Grenada Star
Christmas is right around the corner and the good folks at All Saints’ Episcopal Church are gearing up for their annual St. Nicholas’ Treasure Chest which provides toys to children whose families are experiencing financial hardship. Those interested in ...
School tests work in progress - Grenada Star
Like many progressive school districts throughout the state, the Grenada School District chose to prepare for the future in standardized testing and subsequently took a hit this year in its accountability ratings. The state is implementing a new ...
Chargers face No. 2 South Panola - Grenada Star
It’s a series that dates back several decades. South Panola and Grenada have been part of each other’s schedule ever since most people can remember - even when they were called Batesville High School. Grenada, for years, won several games in the series.
EDD honors two industries - Grenada Star
Industry is the cornerstone of Grenada’s financial well-being, and the Economic Development District, in partnership with the GrenadaStar, recognized companies that have exhibited excellence. . Industry leaders, city and county officials and personnel ...
100 Black Men host annual gala - Grenada Star
More than 300 turned out Thursday at Holmes Community College to support the efforts of an organization dedicated to teaching youth and building community. The 100 Black Men of Grenada held their sixth annual scholarship and fund-raising gala at the Corey ...
Chamber honors students for hard work - Grenada Star
Improvement is always something to celebrate, and the Education Committee of the Grenada Area Chamber of Commerce did just that for six high school seniors Wednesday. The committee recognized students from Grenada High School and Kirk Academy who have ...
Toilet paper fire results in school lesson - Grenada Star
Staff at Grenada Lower Elementary turned a mischievous act on behalf of a student Monday into an opportunity to practice safety. Superintendent Dr. David Daigneault said that shortly after classes convened, a student sneaked into a visitor’s bathroom and ...
Chargers ease past ’Quistors for 8th win - Grenada Star
Grenada High School Head Football Coach Ashley Kuhn talked throughout the week leading up to Friday’s road game at Olive Branch about the quality of athletes that the Conquistadors put on the field despite the 4-4 mark they brought into the contest.