Have you ever thought about how many people you place your trust in and not have a clue who they are? Have you ever stopped to think about material items you put your faith in and do not know how safe they are? Most of us do this every day.
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By the time students reach the high school level, math becomes a little more than just addition and subtraction.
They are introduced to concepts in algebra, geometry, trigonometry and more.
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LOCAL NEWS: R. C., Fox of Duck Hill, one of our state’s best citizens, was in Indianola Monday with his son, R. C., Jr. who is in charge of their valuable properties just north of here.
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This past weekend was marred by images on television of riots in multiple U.S. cities.
The horrendous and apparent homicide of citizen George Floyd at the hands of a Minneapolis police officer last week has sparked outrage across the country.
Largely peaceful protests by day have devolved into looting and rioting at night.
With violence and property crimes continuing in a number of cities after last week’s death of George Floyd at the hands of police in Minneapolis, America badly needs its cooler heads to prevail. Here are two places to start.
Even though the turnout for the June 23 Republican primary runoff election is not expected to be large, the process did run into some snags that Circuit Clerk Carolyn Hamilton told the Sunflower County Board of Supervisors on Monday have been worked out.
With the national media’s focus on first the coronavirus pandemic and now the protests and anarchy in the wake of that incident in Minnesota, little national attention is being given to a U.S. Senate race in Alabama.
I support the appointment of Burl Cain as the new head of the Mississippi Department of Corrections.
I know Cain comes with some baggage. For details, you can read the column on the last week written by Tim Kalich, my 35-year colleague.