Design expert Nate Berkus shares his high-impact, low-cost ideas for getting the most from your home in this Sunday’s PARADE. His No. 1 tip for improving home decor? “Clean your house, people. It costs nothing!” he says.
Biggest Design Mistake
“I see it every day: People trying to create a home that somebody else tells them they should have. I don’t care if it’s a magazine, a neighbor, or a bossy friend— when somebody says, ‘This is what’s elegant, this is what’s trendy,’ if it doesn’t represent you, you’re not going to be happy.”
Food safety issue during power outages
Some Pontotoc County residents may face power outages during this weekend’s winter event.
Albert and Mary Rich celebrate their 50th wedding
Slated for Dec. 14
Chickasaw Nation Vo-Rehab leads to brighter future for Allen resident
Chickasaw citizen Micah Stringer is a familiar face around the Chickasaw Nation Child Care Center.
Dec. 6, 2013
PAWS Benefit Postponed
The Pontotoc Animal Welfare Society (PAWS) “Dog’s Night Out Christmas Gala” has been postponed
Fresh ECU graduate plunges headfirst into teaching
Teaching has been an eye-opening, yet gratifying experience for Chris Eckler in his young career.
ECU global education director receives two honorary doctorates from Ukranian universities
Dr. Mara Sukholutskaya, East Central University’s Global Education Director, has received an award that is near and dear to her heart.
Foster Care 5K set for Saturday
Trinity Baptist Church is sponsoring the Foster Care 5K Saturday for the fourth straight year. The name, however, has been changed.
Nov. 29, 2013
Classes on social media set for Dec. 16-17 at East Central
Four classes called “Making Social Media Work for You”, presented by Maira Moraes Ollila and Dr. Pat Fountain, are being offered at East Central University, Dec. 16-17.
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