May 2015

Dozens of local vets attend benefits summit

Local veterans learned which benefits are available to them during this past weekend’s Veterans Summit. Coordinators say the second event held at the Washington County Convention Center drew more than 100 veterans. Attendees also had an opportunity to take part in a VA research study.

Moral decisions. How do we make the right choices?

Local rotarians believe the group’s so-called Four-Way Test can serve as the perfect guide for reaching those decisions. A half dozen local students were recently honored by the Rotary Club of Greenville for their answers on the assessment, and demonstrating a firm understanding of the principles the Rotary symbolizes.

Local police official charged in husband’s death

Greenville police say Kyvona Moore was off duty at the time of her husband’s death this past Saturday. The local police Sargent was initially charged with aggravated assault for allegedly shooting Reginald Ladell Moore to death in the couple’s home on Shannon Street. That charge reportedly could change as police…

Mississippi earthquakes jog memories of previous tremors

As MEMA confirmed with the U.S. Geological Survey two minor earthquakes hit Madison County Saturday evening, folks here in the Delta yesterday were talking about the tremors that struck 18 miles northeast of Greenville back in June of 1967 that registered 3.8 and 3.4 on the Richter Scale. The first…