When I woke up last Thursday morning, I felt pretty good about the newspaper.
The last two of the county’s high school graduations stood out on the font page. Inside, there was everything you needed to know about the B.B. King Homecoming Festival.
Last week, we learned that one of the City of Indianola’s most effective and well-liked department heads has been chosen to fill another position in another town.
Police Chief Edrick Hall Sr. is the man the City of Columbus wants to fill their vacant slot as assistant police chief.
It’s time Indianola gave itself a nice pat on the back.
The community, young and old, has responded to the call to Keep Indianola Beautiful.
Over the last two months, the residents of the city have shown up by the dozens to help spruce up the streets, yards and ditches.
The Republican Party has dominated Mississippi politics for the past decade and a half.
Led by the election of Haley Barbour to the governor’s office in 2003, the GOP won four consecutive gubernatorial elections and has secured a supermajority in the Legislature.
You never know how kids are going to act in public places.
Each time Callie and I brave taking our 2-year-old, Ellie, and 7-month-old, Sarah, out to eat, it’s a gamble as to whether one or both will have a complete meltdown.
The Mississippi Delta narrowly escaped aid to help with its failing infrastructure this week.
Whew! That was a close one.
Earlier in the week, the state Bond Commission rubber stamped $25 million in borrowed funds for the state to help with repairs to bridges closed by emergency declaration of Gov. Phil Bryant on April 10.
Last week, President Donald Trump “reluctantly” signed the $1.3-trillion omnibus spending bill, an act that many libertarian-leaning Republicans are calling a betrayal by the commander in chief.