RIP Minister Billy Joe Liggons


We are saddened to learn of the passing of Minister Billy Joe Liggons a native of Bells,Tn he was pastor of Trinity Methodist Church in Bells we extend a heartfelt condolences to his family and congregation.

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Honoring Shannon Mcfarlin, journalist


At this time we would like to honor a person who has dedicated her life to informing us here in West Tennessee about whats going on that may not make it on local news channels or newspapers she is none other than Shannon Mcfarlin who is editor for the PARIS magazine and WENK/WTPR she goes …

Taking a closer look at what really matters


Well today was one of those days designated to take a closer look at what's more important,I often blog about personal thoughts and honoring local residents but today I want to touch on something different ,lately I've been going to a round of doctor's visits due to treatment of diabetes along the way I have …

Why some Americans think the Confederate monuments should be removed


Here lately there's been an uproar of sorts as to why the city of New Orleans have begun removing Confederate monuments from around their city it's really not that hard to understand these symbols have long been symbolic to segregation and racism and doesn't represent every American I feel as if these symbols should be …

Honoring Ann Shutes, CNA


At this time we would like to honor the services of none other than Ann Shutes a native of Bells,Tn now residing in Paris,Tn .Shutes has spent the majority of of her life in caregiving while living in southwestern Iowa in the late 1980's she was a private duty caregiver after moving back to Tennessee …

The Consequences of posting false narratives and negative posts on Social Media


In today's modern society social networking is a constant and its a good tool if used correctly you can grow your business or get your organizations known or raise awareness to certain causes and fund for certain charitable events. However there is also the negative side to social networking things like cyber bullying and spreading …

New summer same old trend


We're heading into a new summer and already the trend just like it has been in the last several years ignorant people are leaving their small children and their pets in hot cars to die I believe lawmakers should make stiff penalties for those morons if you're  that forgetful of leaving your child and pets …

Honoring Coach Tony Shutes


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rqqAnjY2Rmo On this day we honor the man the legend in Coach Tony Shutes who started his career in sports in the early 1980's but before that Tony was an accomplished basketball player for the then Bells High School Eagles,after that he continued his education at Union University of Jackson,Tn he worked at the YMCA …

Why marriages and relationships fall apart


One of the main reasons marriages and relationships fall apart is lack of communication after awhile of being together we tend to fall into a routine in the meantime the relationship is being strained in some cases there's no intimacy only arguments and misunderstanding it often seems that grass is greener on the other side …

The Rock for President


LOS ANGELES — After conquering Hollywood, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson may have his sights set on the White House. The actor and former pro wrestler tells GQ that a presidential run is “a real possibility.” Johnson says if he were president, leadership would be a top priority. Johnson isn’t revealing much about his political leanings,… via …

Christopher ‘Big Black’ Boykin, star of ‘Rob & Big,’ dies at 45 — WREG.com


https://www.youtube.com/embed/SHCoDYzGITo?version=3&rel=1&fs=1&autohide=2&showsearch=0&showinfo=1&iv_load_policy=1&wmode=transparent Christopher Boykin, who was best known for his role on MTV’s “Rob & Big,” died on Tuesday, his representative told TMZ. Boykin, who went by “Big Black,” was 45 years old. It’s not clear what the official cause of death was, but People magazine reports that the Mississippi native died of a heart attack. …