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Dick Hall has earned his gravitas after 24 years in the Legislature and 19 years as central commissioner for Mississippi’s Department of Transportation. A Republican from way back, nobody questions his conservative credentials.
Early last Spring, after a very mild winter, I predicted we would have a cool summer to offset the warm winter. The law of averages will prevail, I ventured. Turns out I was right. This summer was one of the coolest I can remember.
A friend of mine recently sent me an email about President Obama’s daughter, Malia.
Believe it or not, but there’s a new textile plant in Tylertown making shirts sold throughout the nation. Its existence sheds light on our ever changing economy and how the entrepreneurial spirit is a key to success.
AS fall approaches, the days get shorter with increasing rapidity. By November 5, daylight savings time ends and it will be dark by 6 p.m. If you like to go on walks after work, it’s time to purchase your reflective vests, if you have not already done so.
Many mississippians may remember the recent failed venture to convert pine trees into gasoline. Gas was over $4 a gallon and it seemed like a great idea. After all, pine trees are mainly made of hydrogen and carbon, same as gasoline. All we had to do was rearrange the atoms using existing technology.