What does it mean to be a good citizen? Better yet, what is required for someone to fit that description?
I was fresh off my grandfather's farm on Highway 12, broken-hearted at leaving my Caledonia classmates and Miss King. Life didn't end, but changed in unexpected ways when I found myself enrolled at MSCW's Demonstration School.
The news that Fred's will close two stores in Columbus by the end of May has alarmed long-time patrons of the stores and moved Mayor Robert Smith to pen a letter to the chain's corporate office in Memphis pleading for the company to change its mind.
In 2016 and 2017, Bernie Sanders raked in over a million bucks. Last year, his gross income was down to $561,293 -- still not too shabby.
Someone who wandered into the large first-floor meeting room at the Columbus Marriott Tuesday evening would have immediately recognized that the 94 people gathered there had one thing in common: They were all women. The similarities pretty much ended there.
And what will you say afterward, America?
It's a solid bet that our health care future won't look quite like the present. Whether the outcome would be good or bad for the average working stiff will depend a great deal on who is president after the 2020 election.
With roughly four months before Mississippians go to the polls to elect all state-wide offices, the latest Millsaps College/Chism Strategies State of the State Survey provides an interesting glimpse into what likely voters see as important issues in the campaign.
With state Elections coming up, one of the hottest issues is expansion of Medicaid
The oddest thing happens every year about this time. Besides the torrential rains, the Pekin ducks come waddling up to the house.
When I was very young, maybe 40 years ago, I worked with a number of unreconstructed workingmen.
An appropriately Twitteresque meme circulated recently on that platform: Write a sad story in just three words.
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