Morning and evening I sit in front of Hatcher, the rabbit, feeding her greens I have foraged from the yard and refrigerator.
Ms. Arnold’s letter in the July 30 Dispatch was refreshing to read. I know there is a silent majority out there that agrees with her,
A 20-minute trip across the Mississippi River will land you near Tallulah at the Southern Heritage Air Foundation Museum.
There tend to be two kinds of influencers in this world: those attracted by the love of power and those who’ve discovered the power of love.
When I was a kid playing football at Joe Cook Jr. High under Oop Swoope and desperate to put meat on my skinny bones, I’d accompany my dad’s secretary, a droll, long-limbed spinster named Helen Gault to Morris Boarding House for lunch.
A rose to Lowndes County School District Board member Jacqueline Gray, who alone among the five-member board voted against a proposal leaving the decision about
I wish I could be a Cheney fan. I really do. Rep. Liz Cheney has conducted herself honorably for the past nine months. Her courage in telling the truth about the election and the insurrection of Jan. 6 has been punished by the Republican conference, which booted her from leadership and replaced her with the lying, scheming Trumpist, Rep. Elise Stefanik.
In 1956, John F. Kennedy won a Pulitzer Prize for his book, “Profiles in Courage,” a collection of short biographies describing acts of bravery and integrity by eight United States Senators.
James Hodges wrote in my morning paper about the pathological liars in government and referred to history. True, Trump’s four years were ridden with impeachments
With the school year just around the corner, school officials are facing a difficult decision about what COVID-19 protocols should be implemented.
It’s not that we forget.
Someday, the past year or so may be remembered as a bout of temporary insanity among a large share of the American people. This group refused to take basic precautions against a devastating pandemic, swallowed the lies of a president who had lost an election, and excused a violent mob that attacked the Capitol to prevent Congress from doing its constitutional duty.
During his appearance at Tuesday’s Columbus Rotary Club, Germain McConnell announced he’ll be leaving the Mississippi School for Math and Science in December after 10 years at the state-run public residential high school, the last eight as the school’s executive director.
The richest man on Earth briefly lost that title (last) Tuesday morning, but only because for a few floaty minutes he was no longer on Earth.
America has a crisis of empathy.
I turned eight years old in the summer of 1967, which wasn’t one of those milestone birthday years except for one thing, two actually.
reat article on John Howard Patton! (Sunday’s Dispatch) But tears! Thank you for some very interesting reading! Gretchen Passons, Starkville
We have been warned. Health officials in Mississippi, around the country and even around the world are telling residents in this state, if enough of us would just bother to listen, what is coming in the next phase of the pandemic.
In the summer, boys dress for the warm weather, but girls dress hardly at all. Most high school guys are in baggy shorts, while many of the girls are wearing shorts so short that parts of their rear end remain exposed.
The death of Civil Rights leader Bob Moses, 86, on Sunday will be noted across the world by those who believe in the cause of racial justice.