Jimmy Gail Corley
When writing this column, I try to stay with subjects that have an appeal to a broad audience. However, there are times when I find a food so delicious to me that I want to share it with everyone.
Looking over the criminal docket for the Marion County Circuit Court term that began this week raises a question: Is there anyone in Marion County who is not on drugs?
Believe it or not, it’s actually ironic and pure coincidence I’m writing this particular column with Memorial Day around the corner.
The past couple of weeks this idea has been in my head as a column, but the thoughts behind it have been there for years, and quite frankly, my entire life.
One of the hundreds of gravestones in Columbia’s Woodlawn Cemetery bears the name of Pfc. Jewell Roland Martin.
His body, just 21 years after it entered this world, found its final rest there May 24, 1953 — a week before Memorial Day was commemorated.
If anyone knows the whereabouts of a packet with an elastic band around it, it was taken from an SUV during Angelique Croom’s graduation celebration at East Pearl River Baptist Association Community Center Saturday, May 19.