The growing anti-immunization movement thankfully hasn’t found many inroads in Mississippi.
The state has the highest immunization rates in the country because it requires vaccines to enter school and doesn’t accept religious or philosophical exemptions.
Under the circumstances, Dan Jones did the right thing last week in rejecting an offer from the College Board to remain as chancellor of the University of Mississippi for two more years.
Several positive developments this week reminded us of the good things about living in Indianola and Sunflower County.
First off, Indianola now has recycling options available. The city may be late to the game, but at least it’s catching up.
The only good thing that has come from the ugly fiasco following the abrupt firing of Dan Jones as chancellor of Ole Miss is the attention it has brought to the structure of the State Institutions of Higher Learning.
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Proximity is a key element of newsworthiness.
For example, a car wreck that happens down the street from your house is going to matter more to you than one on the other side of town. And a crash in another county is of essentially no news value.