How many of you are old enough to remember the anti-war slogan, “Hell no. I won’t go. I won’t kill for Texaco.” People resisting the
I note in your article an absence of any details as to the “how and why” of early childhood education. Call me skeptical, but are
In a recent interview, Governor Reeves not only described Mississippi’s trigger law which would ban abortions in the state, but he also refused to rule out a ban on contraception, if the Supreme Court ruling allows such. Justice Alito and his colleagues may well let him.
Here we go again. This time I’m coming at you with the real Rebecca. By that I mean, my unbridled truth. I will let you
I was recently summoned for jury duty in the Clay County Circuit Court. Sixty people were gathered into the courtroom. Then, by instructions, we were told that we could not just get up and walk out until we were properly dismissed by the court.
As an avid angler and the Vice President of Top Brass Tackle, proudly located in Starkville, I want to thank U.S. Senator Roger Wicker for supporting the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act (RAWA) (S.2372). Senator Wicker is a co-sponsor of the legislation, which was approved by the Senate Committee on the Environment and Public Works.
I have a few words to say about your editorial slamming the governor for proclaiming Confederate Heritage Month. The world has changed a lot since
Let me soak my foot in this warm water. A little despotic act here, a little there. A bit more here, a bit more there.
“We didn’t start the fire. No, we didn’t light it, but we tried to fight it” are lyrics from a Billy Joel song. Right now,
Bob Raymond was 100 percent correct in his April 11 letter. The law abiding citizens are being penalized for obeying the law. The adage is
I find it troubling that our mayor and some city councilmen can make excuses for anyone driving a car without insurance. They seem to think
The county’s decision to build a sportsplex in the miry meadows west of the Tombigbee has generated more questions than answers. Many are asking for
I was glad to see that readers wrote in correcting the letter by Jim Terry who said Sugar Ditch is in Greenville and that this
I would never dispute the claims of poverty and inequalities in the Mississippi Delta. That was the main reason I turned down an offer in
John Rankin played at the RAC Friday night to a rather full house. He is an amazing musician/songwriter from New Orleans, and tonight he brought
Man, it was nice to see Vice President Kamala Harris on her visit to Greenville, Mississippi on April 1. Sometime ago, when I served as
Lots and lots of years ago, Red Barber had a 5-minute program on the radio. And everytime I hear his name, what he said at
A little over two years ago I received a call from two university professors from Chicago, Illinois. They were Judith R. Hiltner and James R. Walker. They informed me that they were starting to undertake a thorough and comprehensive biography of one of the most important people who ever lived in Columbus, Mississippi. They were referring to Walter Lanier “Red” Barber, the broadcasting legend.
I do not believe for any moment that we should compare the price of poultry or anything else caused by Putin and his war against
What do you do when your grandchild has been suspended from their elementary school for supposedly being guilty of “fighting” on a school bus after