STARKVILLE — Mississippi voters have seen their share of the eccentricities of the 2016 presidential campaign and through social media, the voters of our state have been plugged into the long national nightmare of watching voters struggle to make a choice between two candidat
Old people love Donald Trump, and old people vote in large numbers. Therefore, Tuesday’s presidential election will be closer than the polls are showing.
If you think that’s too simplistic of an analysis, think about this:
Charter school opponents could almost be heard chortling after the first year of accountability grades were handed out last month to Mississippi’s initial two charter schools.
What to make of this Mississippi college football season? And I know what many fans, especially those of Ole Miss and Mississippi State, would answer: “Trash it. Let’s start over and do it again.”
Can’t do that.
Just last week, the University of Louisville on Thursday confirmed that the National Collegiate Athletic Association had formally charged staff members in its men’s basketball program, including head coach Rick Pitino, with major violations related to a scandal in which a uni
It didn’t take the Cubs long to make a mark on the World Series after a 71-year absence. They set a new record in the first three innings of Game 1 against the Indians Tuesday: No team had ever had eight of its first nine batters strike out in the Fall Classic.