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I woke up on New Year’s Day more sore than I have been in a long time.
Every muscle in my body was aching, especially my back and legs.
It felt as if I had foolishly ordered one of those workout programs off television and started with the most extreme DVD in the pack.
A grim report from the Census Bureau last week put Pike County, given its border on the state line, right in the middle of a mini-emigration trend from both Louisiana and Mississippi.
Mississippi’s population fell by 1,300 people between July 2016 and July of this year. For the same period, Louisiana lost 1,800.
President Donald Trump and Republicans in Congress are high-fiving each other over passing a tax cut of which most Americans are leery. Equally bothersome is a provision in the tax-cut law that will add more uncertainty to the health insurance market.
Well, if anyone asked for a cold winter, they sure got their wish for 2017-18.
The fall season is just barely behind us and we’re already seeing forecasts for temperatures in the teens over the next 10 days.
Since 1990, all consumer prices have increased 100 percent on average, medical costs 200 percent and college tuition 400 percent. Those numbers come from the U.S. Labor Department as cited by the Wall Street Journal.
It’s been an exciting year for sports, on the local, state and national scene.
It has been an especially emotional football season, with feelings ranging from shock to sadness and some pure delight.
This past week has been no exception.