Liz Stagg has been working at the Farmers’ Market for more than a decade. During this time, she has been working year-round to keep fresh produce on the shelves of her little grocery store (January 26, 2015, Page 1)
David Dixon grew up in Memphis, a city that he and many others have described as “the barbecue capitol of the world.” (December 29, 2014)
Members of Rebel Global Connections and University of Mississippi faculty recently worked together on a mapping project at the Gordon Community and Cultural Center, also known as the old Abbeville School. (November 24, 2014, Page 1)
The operators of a sports-oriented website, Bleacher Report, may find a few local contributors to the popular site. (November 10, 2014, Page 1)
Jaime Harker collected a handful of colorful balloons as a friend filled them with helium in the parking lot of Big Bad Breakfast this past Friday. Then she walked down a line of people as long as one you’d see at an amusement park and handed the balloons out to the children and adults waiting for a sweet treat from the Big Gay Ice Cream pop-up truck, which was sitting in the Mid-Town Shopping Center parking lot on North Lamar Boulevard, which is where The Dart landed last week. (October 27, 2014, Page 1A)
Last week, Minnie Cooper greeted a trio of children who had just gotten off the school bus. One by one, the children recounted a scuffle that had just taken place before the bus driver dropped them off at Kid’s College Day Care in Abbeville. That’s where the Dart landed this week. Cooper, who has owned the family business on County Road 118 next door to her home since 2002, promised she’d relay the information to the children’s parents before sharing the story that led her to become a daycare facility owner and operator. (September 1, 2014, Page 1)
Drive by Don and Debra Lee’s well-manicured lawn on County Road 202 in Lafayette County, and you may spot one of their four pups or one of the many hummingbirds flitting like fairies around bird feeders. That’s where The Dart landed this week. (August 25, 2014, Page 1)
If you drive down County Road 225 where The Dart landed this week, you’ll pass a sign at the corner of a property offering a $1,000 reward for the safe return of a dog named Izzy. (August 11, 2014, Page 1)
It sounds like the name of a 1975 Jack Nicholson film, but it’s not the Cuckoo’s Nest – it’s The Cluck Cluck Farm.
Drive down County Road 403 in Lafayette County where The Dart landed, and you’ll see the sign David Rhines erected. He raises and sells a variety of chickens and ducks.
You may encounter a couple of dancing baby goats on the property. Walk a little farther, and you’ll find 300 or more birds. (August 4, 2014, Page 1)
We met Donna Orsburn at the door of her mobile home on County Road 403, the quiet road in Lafayette County where The Dart landed. She invited us inside and told us a little about her life as she folded laundry.
(July 28, 2014, Page 1)