The Mississippi Legislature moved with impressive speed this past weekend to change the state flag. But the hard part — the work to bring more unity to the state and especially finding ways to significantly improve the state — is going to take years and possibly decades.
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Traveling these days just isn’t as pleasant as it was before the coronavirus pandemic, but sometimes it’s necessary.
And traveling to the funeral of one’s only brother isn’t a fun trip under any circumstances.
My wife and I spent most of the weekend on a trip to Houma, La., to attend the funeral of my brother Ralph Dunagin.
Good Mornin’! Good Mornin’!
I’m sure I’ve done something, said something, written something or there’s a recording of me that can misinterpreted.
So, please. Don’t ever put my name on a building, a road, a street, a driveway, an alley or even a chicken coop, pasture or lake.
A foul committed by some Moorhead community members a couple of weeks ago resulted in a timeout and a subsequent ejection from a short-lived basketball game.
Reeves’ signature on Tuesday officially retired the 1894 state flag, and a new design will be decided in NovemberBy BRYAN DAVIS PUBLISHER,
Gov. Tate Reeves on Tuesday made good on his promise to sign House Bill 1796, which officially retires the 1894 state flag that featured the confederate battle emblem.
After several weeks of debates characterized by numerous meetings, the Indianola Board of Aldermen have reached a majority opinion on who should pay for the increase in the upcoming year's health insurance premiums and how much.
Indianola Academy recently completed its 2020 summer cheer camp. Pictured seated are Buffy Perkins, Mattie Beth Williamson, Georgia Guest, Temple Williamson and Mary Grace Beckham. In the second row are the UCA Instructor, Leighton Lovelace, Hannah Lloyd, Allie Snell and Carly Moore.
The city of Moorhead is in search of someone to handle the day-to-day operations that keep the town functioning. In a 3-1 vote on June 3, the city council unanimously voted to terminate the employment of Percell Moore as the municipality's city manager.
Graveside services for George “Rusty” Barrow of Sunflower will be at 11 a.m. Saturday at East Road Cemetery, Sunflower.
Mr. Barrow, 59, died Thursday, June 25, 2020.
Redmon Funeral Home, Indianola is in charge of arrangements