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A notion to haphazardly fire off a few rounds has landed a Sunflower couple in jail.
On April 23 and April 24, respectively, officers arrested Joseph Johnson 54, and Kimberly Jones 33, both whose address is listed as 411 Craig St., Sunflower and charged them with a drive-by shooting after an April 15 incident.
Not long ago I was listening to a preacher on television from a large church in a large city. He was an interim pastor as this church was in the process of calling a new person to fulfill their pulpit. He was speaking about the changes that will be made when someone new comes in.
Alex Tannehill was recognized recently at Indianola Academy’s senior night for the Colonel baseball team. Tannehill has played multiple sports at IA throughout his high school career, including baseball and football, and he has been a part of multiple state championships as a student-athlete.
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Pauline Early and Ethel Pittman played with real inspiration at their recital Friday night. The Concerto G Minor deserves special attention.
NOTE FROM J. A. RICHARDSON, EDITOR: A lawyer gets good money for his advice, but the rest of us have trouble giving it away.
Since the Mueller Report was published, the radical leftist in this country have become psychotic.
Many need immediate psychiatric intervention, and the media may be on the brink of self immolation.
Most normal people are happy that there was no “collusion” or no obstruction cited in the report.
The restoration of voting rights is a small step, but a necessary one in getting Mississippi away from its self-destructive habit of putting too many convicted felons under a life sentence long after they get out of prison.
The plan seemed a sound one to this wizened sports writer. Mississippi State's Jake Mangum had pulled to within four hits of the all-time Southeastern Conference hits record. The Bulldogs had a three-game weekend series coming up with Georgia.