Articles by Garthia Elena Burnett
Union officials have agreed to hold off on a bus driver strike — which would include West Point School District drivers — at least through Friday.
Mary Slater was at work at the Mississippi University for Women Police Department when she heard the news over the radio.
One word came to mind: “fear.”
I can remember riding in the back of a pickup to get to campus.
From Main Street, the wreckage already could be seen.
Rubble. Twisted metal. Broken glass.
“Let every man be swift to hear, slow to speak, slow to wrath.”
Those who worked closely with W.G. “Bit” Thompson, remember the longtime supervisor as the epitome of these words, penned by the apostle James.
Ever notice how too many choices sometimes can turn into paralysis? It’s a problem the Lowndes County Board of Supervisors seems to have run into with building a new health department.
It will be Tuesday before Columbus Police Chief Joseph St. John releases the findings of an investigation probing reports of police misconduct during a training trip in Vicksburg.
It was almost 10 o’clock last Wednesday night. I had sent my 5-year-old daughter to bed, with instructions to pick out a bedtime story.
Long before you enter the path of red clay leading the way to 859 Kidd Road in Caledonia, cars line the curves of the street. The rhythmic sound of hammers hard at work beckons you.
What’s in a name?
For Mississippi University for Women, the more appropriate question is, ‘What’s not in a name?’: Reality.