March 5, 2009 RSS feed / Lifestyle

Lowery-Powell tell plans for March 7 Rockville wedding

Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Lowery of Jackson announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Kayla Michelle, to Tony Blake Powell. Mr. Powell is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Tony Powell of Wagarville. More...

Birth Announcements

Morris Steve and Cristy Morris of Peterman announce the arrival of a daughter, SallyAnn Elizabeth Morris, born Jan. 13, 2009 at 1:10 p.m. at Springhill Memorial Hospital. She weighed 10 lbs., six ozs. and measured 22 inches. More...

Memories & Recipes

Eating out at home saves and good, too!

Since all of us are watching our money these days, I'm trying to look up recipes that will take the place of the usual jaunt to the restaurant. It will be less costly to prepare the meal at your home. More...

Proper cooking is one of the most important issues for food safety

In recent days I'm sure all of you have heard about the recent recall that has affected many of the peanut products that are produced in the United States. More...

Flowers-Mizerany to wed May 16 in Jackson's First Baptist Church

Mr. and Mrs. Earl Flowers of Jackson announce the engagement and forthcoming wedding of their daughter, Kristin Diane, to Patrick Michael Mizerany, son of Mr. and Mrs. Michael Mizerany of Birmingham. More...

Johnson-Loftin to marry March 28

Carol K. Johnson of Thomasville announces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Crystal Ann Johnson to Benjamin Michael Loftin II, son of Mike and Sue Loftin of Nicholsville. More...

Extension Service

Pruning plants in the landscape

Pruning plants around your landscape should be done for many reas ons. Probably the most important is for its appearance. More...

Restaurant Favorites That Sizzle

Enjoying a restaurant meal with friends and family is a great way to connect and have fun. But if your budget's tight, you may be eating out less often. Bring the restaurant experience home for all the fun More...

Gardening With Dora

Camellias blooming merrily now

My mother planted three camellia japonicas 50 years ago - a red one, a white one and a pink one. They, despite savage pruning by an unskilled yardman and indifferent care in recent years, are blooming merrily away right now. More...