On the drive down to the Sugar Bowl, I checked my Worldometer App for the latest COVID stats.
Born and raised in the South, you’d think you’d be used to the erratic weather. For weeks in December, we languished with temperatures in the 70’s and 80’s. It’s a little hard to Christmas shop and enjoy decorating your Christmas tree at home wearing Bermuda shorts and flip flops with the air conditioner running.
Bobby Harrison: Hosemann wants to shun the term ‘Medicaid expansion.’ Is he appealing to Gunn, Reeves?
Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann believes a plea to Mississippians’ better angels ultimately will lead to Medicaid expansion.
The 2016 presidential election may be remembered as the last one in which the voters on the losing side trusted the result. It used to be the unquestioned norm. But in the era of Donald Trump, norms are like eggs — made to be broken.
In his January 5 column, Ben Shapiro summarized the 1/6/21 events as “an ugly but not pivotal moment in American history.” Shapiro did describe the
Craddock Boyd is in a talkative mood this afternoon.
His friend Ray McIntyre has brought over a box of Popeyes chicken, and they’ve just finished lunch.
A rose to all those who have responded to a call for help in the wake of Thursday’s fire at Chanticleer Apartments, which left 17
History is never simple and can be awfully confusing, especially when you fall down a rabbit hole.
It’s been almost three years since the first American died of COVID-19. The death toll, as of Thursday, stands at 832,392, a figure which includes 10,4511 Mississippians. On Wednesday alone, 7,079 cases and eight more deaths were reported in our state.
Our first Uptown Neighborhood Association meeting will be January 24, at Bill Nelson’s Warehouse at 1219 4th Ave N. from 6:30 p.m.-8:00 p.m.
There’s no denying it: We have a crime problem in Vicksburg and Warren County.
Jan. 6 should have been the point of no return, the pivot point at which even the most blinkered sugarcoaters of Trumpism recoiled in disgust from what they had wrought.
Since the city’s 2022 budget meeting in August, city employee pay raises have been discussed by the Columbus City Council.
Mississippi lawmakers should be very busy for the next three months. The 2022 legislative session, which begins Tuesday, is about as jam-packed with significant — or significantly distracting — matters as any in recent memory.
The unpredictability of COVID-19 shocked the entire world. In the United States, we were a country already divided due to politics and decades of cultural conflicts. COVID’s carnage could have sparked a moment of national unity in the battle against this unknown foe.
Until now, the identities of the approximately 100 total applicants for three open positions in Columbus city government have been a secret, which we believe to be reasonable policy.
It was an act of country love. This is what we have repeatedly been told about the insurrection at the Capitol, one year ago this
This year, Jan. 6 will be commemorated with all the ballyhoo and rigamarole Democrats and their media allies can muster. CNN plans an entire special around the anniversary, titled “Live from the Capitol: January 6th, One Year Later”; the show will feature the “heroes who protected our democracy in the face of an insurrection,” and will include interviews with such luminaries as House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., and January 6 Committee Chair Bennie Thompson, D-Miss. President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are also expected to commemorate Jan. 6 with special remarks, and Pelosi has organized a bevy of events in memory of the riot.
An early fight between the legislative leadership and Gov. Tate Reeves could be brewing if he vetoes a medical marijuana bill as he said he would do if it does not meet his specifications.
I was amused by the Mike Luckovich cartoon in the Sunday paper. It said, “Apologies to Gary Larson,” and I laughed because I had the