“If you cannot get rid of the family skeleton, you may as well make it dance.” George Bernard... READ MORE
Well, it’s happened again.
At 7:52 a.m. on Thursday morning, I became a father to a healthy baby girl.
Sarah Margaret Anna Davis was born at six pounds and 10 ounces.
Both baby and momma are doing well, and thankfully, back home in Indianola to stay.
To say the past two months has been a whirlwind is an understatement.
I’ve only lived in Indianola a very short time, so I am still trying to get settled, and in many ways, I’m still living off first impressions, as I get to know new people and places each day.
Doing the paper’s circulation route has helped me learn the county and meet many of the business owners who sell our papers.
There’s an old saying, “the power to tax is the power to destroy.”
This truism came about as a result of thousands of years of human history where governments, both monarchial and democratic, abused their citizens through the power of taxation.
Election time is upon us, and the people of Indianola will soon choose their leaders for the next four years.
We live in an era when passions over politics tend to boil over, sometimes into violence, as we have seen multiple times on the national news.
When President Donald Trump appeals to the middle class to get behind his push to simplify the tax code, it is an odd audience to enlist.
For most of the middle class, the tax code is already pretty simple.
There has been no shortage of coverage when it comes to the state of roads and bridges across Mississippi.
Rural counties like Sunflower find themselves in the middle of a political battle waged between leadership in state government and a large bureaucratic agency in the Mississippi Department of Transportation.