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Nothing regarding the Kemper power plant, I thought, could surprise me anymore, but I was wrong. We now have a campaign called the Ministerial Alliance calling for the Mississippi Public Service Commission to take mercy on Mississippi Power and its failed boondoggle.
Attorney General Jim Hood said last week at the Neshoba County Fair that he has not decided whether to run for governor in 2019. If he needs a little encouragement, here it is.
In this, my final week at the E-T, it was good to hear from a faithful reader with whom I’ve communicated before. Rufus Gray, an Indianola native incarcerated in California who professes his innocence, wrote to say the San Diego District Attorney’s Office had agreed to take a second look at his case.
Sunflower County has gone through two recent public hearings about principals contesting their firings. The district won the first one, involving former Ruleville Central High School Principal Cassandra Winters, on a technicality.
The U.S. Supreme Court might make the decision on the constitutionality of Mississippi’s law protecting sincerely held religious beliefs that are opposed to gay marriage. And with such a key issue, that’s only fair and right.
I’m not yet one of those retirees who sits around all day watching cable news and getting upset about it.
But due to some dental surgery last week, I spent more time than usual in the easy chair over a three-day period.
We’re of the opinion that people should work as long as they’re able and happy doing it. Being productive and getting out and about keeps you in better physical and mental health, not to mention the financial benefits.
Cpl. Collin Schaaff and his wife, already the parents of a 1-year-old daughter, were expecting their second daughter in November.
Gunnery Sgt. Mark Hopkins and his wife had three children, the oldest of which is 2.
Navy Hospital Corpsman 2nd Class Ryan Lohrey had just married in June.