The twist and turns of history are always interesting.
As Columbus city officials wrap up their work on the FY2019 budget, which will go into effect on Oct. 1, there will be a renewed emphasis on attracting more retail development.
The State Dining Room in the White House is adorned with a quotation from John Adams: "May none but Honest and Wise Men ever rule under This Roof." His wish has often gone unfulfilled.
There is currently a grassroots effort (pun intended) to put medical marijuana on the ballot in Mississippi in November 2020.
The New York Times, for its editorial board, hired a 30-year-old tech writer named Sarah Jeong, an American immigrant from South Korea. But Jeong, only a few years ago, posted a series of offensive, anti-white tweets.
August 2 is my birthday. The big 60 is finally here. Old age awaits.
On meeting with the EU's Jean-Claude Juncker last month, Donald Trump tweeted: "Both the U.S. and the E.U. drop all Tariffs, Barriers and Subsidies! That would finally be Free Market and Fair Trade."
Beginning Monday, thousands of students throughout Mississippi will return to the classroom for another school year.
"For many years ... I never rested," Ray Stannard Baker wrote more than a century ago.
This year, as it does each year, the Mississippi School for Math and Science appears prominently on the list of the top high schools in the nation.
Authorities have released surveillance videos of two of the three suspects accused in an armed robbery outside The Princess Theater last week.
The day is coming when marijuana will be sold legally in Mississippi under rules similar to those in place for whiskey, wine and beer.
A war with Iran would define, consume and potentially destroy the Trump presidency, but exhilarate the neocon never-Trumpers who most despise the man.
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