It is Monday as I write this and it is H-O-T! I made a solemn vow back when we were coated in ice not to complain about the heat, but for the record, it is too hot for this flower. I will be staying inside today and any day that the mercury goes over the 90 degree mark. The good news is that cooler temps are promised for the rest of the week. It’s a good thing!
Manning’s Municipal Election Commission voted unanimously Tuesday afternoon to uphold the July 22 Runoff Election and its results; therefore, declaring Julius “Jay” Dukes Jr. as the winner of the District 5 Council Seat by one vote over Gloria Jean Frierson.
The City of Manning announced Friday afternoon that its Municipal Election Commission will hear a protest by candidate Gloria Frierson regarding the July 22 District 5 Runoff Election at 4 p.m. July 29 in Manning Council Chambers on the second floor of Manning City Hall.
Consistently killing big bucks and lots of deer is based on hard work and preparation, not luck. Anyone can get lucky occasionally but generally whether using bow or rifle, successful hunters leave little to chance.
We’re into the time of year when things don’t seem to change quickly. We’re into the serious hot weather patterns but the good news is that fish are caught this time of year and often quality fish in good numbers.