It wasn’t long ago I heard someone on a movie make the statement “When you forgive, …you love. When you love, God’s light shines all around you.” Doing some research, I found out that this is a quote from Jon Krakauer, Into the Wild
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I didn’t grow up in the heart of the Mississippi Delta, but my home in Yazoo County was close to it.
I became a Delta resident later in life when I attended Delta State University.
I can hardly remember a time in my childhood or when I was going to college when it was as hot outside as it has been over the past few days.
We gardeners manage to put plants in all sorts of challenging situations and expect them to perform well; four sites really stand out.
An obvious one is where we try to cheer up nearly windowless apartments and offices with potted tropical plants.
Rural Mississippi is about to see whether its desire for high-speed internet service matches the cost of providing it.
Two electric cooperatives in north Mississippi have announced plans to offer the service under rules set up a few months ago by the state Legislature.
Bryan Davis is an amazing editor who lets this dinosaur grandmother rant about whatever strikes her fancy on any given week.
Well, I am fresh off a babysitting assignment in Birmingham for the past six days, and I do indeed have a rant. Kid movies are not for kids anymore. When did this happen?
100 YEARS AGO, AUGUST 1919
The first bale of cotton for the 1919-1920 season was raised by W. S. Armstrong and C. S, Thomas of Sunflower. The bale weighed 500 pounds and was shipped to Greenwood, this being their first bale received this season. The cotton was ginned by the Sunflower Gin which is owned by the Berryhill brothers.