An interesting sidenote to presidential inaugurations is getting a chance to see how former presidents are doing. During President Donald Trump’s swearing-in Friday, his predecessors Jimmy Carter, George W.
Indianola has spread medical care and sight to thousands throughout the world thanks in part to the work of three generations of the Rose family.
One of my seventh-grade teachers carried the motto, “Ignore inappropriate behavior.” The idea was when middle schoolers acted out just to get attention that the best course of action was to not give it any heed and let it die out.
Maybe it seems unusual in this spot devoted to positive news to write about local politics. Those happenings are usually filled with accounts of rivalries, controversies and general ill will between fellow citizens.
Charter schools are expected to be a hallmark of President-elect Trump’s education policy. His pick for secretary of education, Betsy DeVos, is one of the nation’s biggest promoters of the non-traditional public schools.
Attorney General Jim Hood gave the distinct impression last week that the juror who allegedly caused the mistrial in his prosecution of Hinds County District Attorney Robert Shuler Smith was biased in favor of acquitting Smith.