Medical Marijuana 2020 has run into some opposition in its campaign to bring medical marijuana to the state. Mississippi Board of Health unanimously voted to oppose the measure, which will be on the November 2020 ballot.
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A federal appeals court ruling in New York last week doesn’t bode well for Second Amendment sanctuaries if they are ever put to a reality test.
In an ironic twist, the decision was a victory for the Trump administration which is supported by many of those opposing any limits on gun rights.
One could argue that Judge Jeff Weill threw the baby out with the bath water when he decided to throw out all the absentee ballots in former Leflore County Supervisor Wayne Self’s unsuccessful effort to have his defeat in November overturned.
Over a dozen local actors pulled off one of the most intense productions ever to hit the stage at The Brindley Theater in To Kill a Mockingbird.
100 YEARS AGO, MARCH 1920
AROUND THE TOWN: The Mayor has designated the week of March 15 as clean-up week, let’s all get busy so the work will be light and our town spotless.
W. E. Hobbs of Moorhead was a business visitor in town Wednesday,
A. S. Pittman has accepted a position with the Bank of Indianola.
Good Mornin’! Good Mornin’!
My daddy has an old cigar box in his gun cabinet that has been there ever since I can remember.
It’s a collection of arrowheads and artifacts that he found on the farm over the past eight decades. It was always a fun treasure hunt to walk a freshly plowed field and see what got churned up.
Deontay Wilder just lost a fight recently to Tyson Fury. Before Wilder’s loss, his record was 42-0-1, which means that he won 42 fights, lost none, and tied in 1. Out of those 42 fights, I think in 41 of those 42 fights, he “knocked out” his opponent.
Mykalya Barnes, a 2018 graduate of Thomas E. Edwards High School, formerly Ruleville Central High was honored as a dean’s list student during the February 28, annual Dean's and President's Scholars Award’s Day on the campus of Hinds Community College in Raymond, Mississippi.
The Community Foundation of Northwest Mississippi (CFNM), the Woodward Hines Education Foundation’s fund, Teach for America’s Pitch for a Purpose, and the local Cleveland Walmart have all awarded the Bologna Performing Arts Center’s arts education office programming grants for the upcoming summer and school year to support its ongoing arts educ
Lake Chapel Missionary Baptist Church, Inverness invites the public to their annual Youth Day program at 11 a.m. Sunday. The speaker will be Jaleciah Parker.