The eight policemen and deputies from Marion County who have given their lives in the line of duty are now driving on “God’s interstate of eternity,” the guest speaker at the Fallen Law Enforcement Memorial Ceremony said Thursday.
An established home health and hospice provider has opened a new location right here in Columbia.
Since 2002, St. Luke Home Health & Hospice has provided its patients with high quality, in-home service and opened its doors in January at 518 South High School Ave.
American Legion Auxiliary Unit 90 members present a gun to Randy Dyess Wednesday at Foxworth Pawn and Trade as the winner of their raffle that funds girls attending Girls State.
From left are Alice Greenlee, Dale Mullins, Dyess and Eula Blansett.
The April meeting of the Calliopean Club was held at the Broad Street Restaurant on April 15.
The following land transactions were filed in Marion County Chancery Court during the week ending May 10:
Monday, May 6
The following Marion County students graduated from Southwest Mississippi Community College in the spring:
COLUMBIA: Benjamin Alan Baughman, Sara Elizabeth Jackson, Cynthia Moses and Stanley Prine Pendarvis
FOXWORTH: Kayla R Brown
KOKOMO: Myria D Smith
SANDY HOOK: Amanda Blake Domine and Anna Grace Thomas
Caption: In this photo from 50 years ago, May 15, 1969, graduates from the Licensed Practical Nursing class conducted by Marion County General Hospital and Columbia City Schools are seen. From left are Marilyn Thornhill, Cecelia Nadeau, Mary King, Rose Stringer, Oneita Pittman and Rosemary Spiers.