In early 2019, the Mississippi Department of Transportation should be finished with a project that will make drivers exiting Highway 82 at Military Road in Columbus a little bit safer.
What are you willing to look past to get what you want?
I was wrong. Years ago, people used to ask me what journalists should do to combat the nation's drift toward "factish" and "truthy" logic.
Wednesday, the Columbus Municipal School District Board of Trustees took a major step in determining who will lead the district as superintendent of schools.
This week marked the beginning of the spring semester at Kent State, where I teach journalism as a professional in residence.
The Monday matinee of "The Post" at Malco Theater drew an audience of about a dozen gray-hairs, present company included.
There is a kind of mania sweeping Washington and beyond these days and, unsurprisingly, it's about Donald Trump.
The Prairie is home to a multitude of critters. Some we embrace, some we tolerate, and some, well, are simply intolerable.
A few words on the difficulty of voting while black.
For as long as I can remember, I've been walking the trestle. By that I mean walking out on the old railroad bridge over the old channel of the river near the south end of First Street near Carrier Lodge. My children have "walked the trestle," so have the grandchildren.
Do you know the "Tupelo Story," the uplifting chronicle of Tupelo's self-transformation from "a hardscrabble hamlet" (Aspen Institute) to a prosperous small city and "national model for homegrown development" (William Winter)?
1. Connie Schultz: The argument for civility NATIONAL COLUMNS
2. Our View: Public involvement essential to successful superintendent search DISPATCH EDITORIALS
3. Editorial cartoon for 1-18-18 NATIONAL COLUMNS
4. Our View: The sorry state of our roads emblematic of a do-nothing Legislature DISPATCH EDITORIALS