Tuesday evening, Mississippi University for Women held a candidates forum for the four men who are running to fill the unexpired, one-year state senate term of the late Terry Brown.
One of Starkville's most successful feeding programs can trace its roots to a deception.
I have been reading with great interest the reporting of the Clarion-Ledger's Jerry Mitchell on the conditions of prisons in Mississippi.
In 10 days, Lowndes County voters will go to the polls to choose which of four candidates will fill the unexpired term of former District 17 state senator Terry Brown.
Starkville is the only town in America where the chant "We're Number One!" is met with the question, "Can you be more specific?"
Status quo can mean distinctly different things to different people.
A special meeting of the Columbus Municipal School Board of Trustees this week revealed some troubling news.
Utility companies said that by the end of the day Tuesday service would be restored to the handful of customers who lacked electricity.
Our elected state officials, especially those with the big "R" attached to their names, will tell you they believe in small government and personal liberty.
In the beginning (of the season), Dan Mullen created the playbook.
And the schedule was void of wins and there was no preseason ranking for the Bulldogs.
Today, when the Associated Press releases its weekly poll, one will be a number Mississippi State and its emotionally exhausted fans will cherish.
The ESPN GameDay crew has set up shop in The Junction for Saturday's Mississippi State-Auburn game.
Mississippi is full of small towns that few people care about, aside, of course, from the people who live in those towns.
On Sept. 22 at Sim Scott Community Center, city councilman Kabir Karriem addressed a "Men of Color" meeting organized by county supervisor Leroy Brooks to address the "crisis" facing the city of Columbus.
This isn't supposed to happen. In fact, as recently as a few years ago, the general consensus is that it could never happen.
Beginning soon after his "oh, my" performance last year in the AutoZone Liberty Bowl and continuing through the first four games of this season, Mississippi State junior quarterback Dak Prescott wore the label of "dark-horse Heisman Trophy candidate."
But after he helped No. 12 MSU dismantle No. 6 Texas A&M with cold efficiency, Prescott earned a different title.
Prescott for Heisman? Seriously?
Caledonia Elementary School was designated Friday as a 2014 National Blue Ribbon School, one of just two Mississippi schools to earn the prestigious honor and the only public school to achieve the distinction.
It really isn't supposed to be this easy, is it?
Regardless of the outcome of Saturday's 11 a.m. game featuring 12th-ranked Mississippi State and sixth-ranked Texas A&M, restaurants and hotels in the Golden Triangle will be busy this weekend.
This week, a group called "Mississippi for Cannabis" filed a petition seeking a ballot initiative to legalize marijuana in the state.
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