Gov. Reeves called the Biden mandate “tyranny” and believes the President issued the mandate to try to distract the world from the fallout over his decision to withdraw U.S. troops from Afghanistan.
The city of Columbus continues to be plagued by accounting problems. In the last administration, significant embezzlement was only finally discovered with the help of an outside CPA. Now we have to deal with a “clerical error” amounting to one and a half million dollars, a discovery by the COO prompted by questions from a Commercial Dispatch reporter, not the mayor, council or the CFO who was quickly outta here before her error was discovered.
We are one Columbus, with many geographical areas: south, north, east, west. We have various boundary lines that constitute different judicial systems: city and county.
In his Aug. 26 column, Wyatt Emmerich states: Recall that the idea that COVID was created in a lab was banned by Facebook and Twitter
The long-running production that was the City of Columbus’ previous regime had many characters. Some notables were the strong-arm brawler mayor, the “circumventing the law”
Hurricane Ida was the first hurricane in years that I was able to evacuate with my family. Three years with the Sun Herald and three
Dear Mayor Keith Gaskin: No guts; no blue chips. You have had your fifteen minutes in the sun on the mask ban issue and failed,
Earlier this week I scheduled a pickup from a Columbus grocery store. The store has designated several parking spots for customers using this service. The
“Out, damned spot” is a line spoken by Lady Macbeth related to the blood on her hands from involvement in murder. In that play, there
I was shocked by the editorial in today’s paper. To question what a forensic audit would uncover that the State Auditor hadn’t already uncovered shows
Governor Tate Reeves says the COVID response is not political. But in a speech at the Neshoba County fair, a mostly conservative political gathering, he
I’m thinking our medical personnel, newspapers and TV stations are missing out when masks are discussed. The word “correctly” needs to be added to the
As a professor, I am comparing the current Afghanistan situation with a student who was preparing for a test for 20-plus years. Tuition and training
Cities and towns across the country, including the 289 member municipalities of the Mississippi Municipal League, have been calling on Congress to help with aging
I am grateful to The Dispatch for their interview of former UMMC head and Columbus native, Dr. James Keeton. This interview, along with the recent
o me, Trent Kelly committed the unpardonable sin in politics when he voted to overturn the election because of the “big lie.” My vote was
As an M.D., I applaud Peter Imes’ courage to give the facts about the necessity to get the well tested and effective Covid vaccine and
Senator Wicker has been Mississippi’s Senator for way too long. Surely, his nest is feathered by now. He has been around so long in D.C.
Honorable Governor Ivey, I am a Mississippi citizen and reside in Starkville. I, along with a few colleagues, have been actively promoting the rational, aggressive
I agree with both Bob Raymond and Lee Roy Lollar that councilpersons voting in favor of spending money on items they haven’t reviewed is not