Fairly or unfairly, what’s Mississippi most known for by outsiders? Clearly, the answer is its past history of racial discrimination.
For months now, I’ve been trying to put my finger on why there have recently been so many complaints about MedStat’s ambulance service.
The headlines tell the problem — and it’s not just here in Sunflower County.
STARKVILLE — Longtime U.S. 5th Circuit Court of Appeals Judge E. Grady Jolly recently informed President Donald Trump of his intent to step down from the federal bench on Jolly’s 80th birthday in October – giving Trump his first judicial appointment in Mississippi.
The Clarksdale Press Register regularly runs a quarter-page ad touting all the live blues shows in town for the coming week.
STARKVILLE — On Saturday, the United Auto Workers, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders, actor Danny Glover, the NAACP, and fellow political travelers brought the “March on Mississippi” to Canton to continue to peddle the narrative that “workers’ rights equals civil rights.”
As an elementary school student, I got scared straight on the importance of heart health. My grandfather had bypass surgery, and his doctors gave him those dreaded words that make grown men break down like babies: Lay off the cheese.
The Hough-Dement Animal Shelter is currently awash in controversy, but that doesn’t mean it’s not a good time to step back and think about the good it does for the community.
Maybe right now, when things are going bad, is actually the perfect time to do that.