The State 4A baseball playoffs are now set to begin.
100 YEARS AGO, APRIL 1919
Annie Capshaw and J. H. Quinn were united in marriage at the home of Dr. J. E. Walker.
The affair is reported to be one of the swellest and most enjoyable weddings ever held in Indianola.
My kids don’t ask for a whole lot, well, nothing other than food.
Gosh knows they have enough toys they have inherited from friends and family members, and the others accumulated at Christmas and birthdays. We are very grateful for that system at our house by the way.
“The past is never dead. It’s not even past.”
That oft-quoted line from William Faulkner’s “Requiem for a Nun” has never seemed truer than now.
There is a tendency, when talking about Mississippi, to focus heavily on the areas where the state doesn’t do well.
Given its low ranking in desirable categories, such as income and education, and its high ranking in undesirable ones, such as incarceration and obesity, there’s a lot to talk about when discussing our state’s failings.
Does anyone really know how many illegal aliens are in our country?
Politicians will tell you that there are “about” 11 million.
The New York Times will echo this number.
The Democratic Party tells us that there are a few illegal immigrants in the country, and we should welcome them with open arms.
What does Easter mean to you? Is a time of fun and joy for the kids as the Easter Bunny stops in the home and leaves goodies in their basket or on the floor and furniture? Is it about new clothes, a time to impress our peers with a new dress or suit?
The days are getting longer, temperatures are getting warmer, and as chances of rain and thunderstorms increase, we realize that spring is officially here.
Spring time jump starts a lot of activities outside including seasonal allergies, lawns greening up, and insects deciding to come out of overwintering.