State eyes undeveloped land in attempted takeover
On DECEMBER 10, Mississippi will celebrate its bicentennial. It’s been 200 years since the founding of our state.
This Saturday, December 9, will be the big day, coinciding with the opening of the new Museum of Mississippi History and the adjacent Mississippi Civil Rights Museum.
Mississippi Power Company has some of the highest electricity rates in the state, but that’s not stopping them from asking for more.
If they get approval for raising rates, an expert says the 23-county service area will lose 640 jobs a year and $5.6 billion over the next several decades.
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.