In continuance of the anti-bullying campaign for this month with the upcoming academic school year approaching, strategies that unite the parents and school administrators are an effective force against bullying in our school systems in Mississippi.
Today's Top Stories
District 2 Supervisor Riley Rice wants Sunflower County to have a community emergency shelter within the next four years.
During Monday’s Sunflower County Board of Supervisor’s meeting, County Emergency Management Director Denny Evans told the leaders that Rice had asked him to research the matter.
A group of friends and I were discussing a thorny political issue when one of my buddies turned to me and asked what I thought.
I unloaded. I did not like the issue we were discussing, and furthermore, I thought that if this issue ever became law that the Supreme Court would declare it unconstitutional.
Before Robert Foster announced he was going to run for governor, most Mississippians had never heard of him
With less than a month to go until the August Republican Party gubernatorial primary, he’s still a virtual unknown. To call Foster an underdog would be to vastly overrate his chances.
We had the opportunity to drive through the South Delta this week on a trip back north from Vicksburg.
It’s a sad state of affairs.
As the sun set and darkness fell on the flooded plain, where you’d normally see the scattered lights of houses among the fields, there was nothing.
When Stephen Clanton graduated from Mississippi State in the late 1980s, the Mechanical Engineering major did not know who he was going to work for in the aerospace industry, but he knew that was his calling.
Once again, some Sunflower County residents are on the verge of refusing to pay for their refuse services.
Once again the Indianola Board of Aldermen decided to table a decision on what to do regarding employees’ contributions toward their healthcare premiums.
The Farmer’s Market has quickly become a hit in downtown Indianola. Located at the corner of Front Street and Second Street, the 5-7 p.m. event will return today after a week off for the Fourth of July.
Good Mornin’! Good Mornin’!
Tragedy has a way of sifting folks.
In both good ways and bad.
Two summers ago as black smoke billowed out of soybean fields on both sides of Highway 82 near Moorhead, a tragic moment brought out the best in plenty of folks.