Die-hard Mississippi State football fans who basked in the forced resignation of Hugh Freeze in the summer of 2017 and in the NCAA’s subsequent destruction of the Ole Miss football program hopefully have come to understand that such outcomes are not good for either side of that rivalry, nor the state as a whole.
The Sunflower County Board of Supervisors got into the Christmas spirit this past Monday, and you better believe Santa is going to be doing a double take when he checks their wish list in a couple of weeks.
The first time I ever heard Petey Mixon’s voice, she was letting me have it.
On that particular week, I had run out of space in the paper for news, and I thought that the crossword puzzle was expendable, so I left it out.
I got a call that Friday morning from Petey, and she was pretty hot.
The train went off the rails again at this week’s meeting of the Indianola Board of Aldermen.
This week’s bickering is over an issue that is likely going to come to a head sometime soon if not properly addressed.
The city leaders had better stop fighting and work this one out.
The Delta may not be the Wild West, but it certainly has been giving that historically violent era of American history a run for its money lately.
Violent shootings are nothing new to the area, but it seems like the notion of solving every dispute with a gun has become more commonplace in the recent past.
What should have been seen as a new beginning for the University of Mississippi last week has turned into a public relations nightmare for the state’s flagship university and a rocky start to Glenn Boyce’s tenure as chancellor of the school.
The clock is running out on the NCAA to find a viable compensation solution for college sports in America.
Over the past several years, colleges, including Mississippi’s two largest in Ole Miss and Mississippi State, have been hit with multiple penalties in pay-for-play scandals.
Kudos to the Indianola Police Department, the Fire Department and all of the other volunteers who made Gentry’s Homecoming a festive and safe night for visitors and residents.
Many had been on edge about the night’s festivities following a shooting that took the life of a young man in the city 24 hours before kickoff on Friday night.