Opera to present classic
Attorney threatens legal action over group’s claims
A legal battle could be brewing over the One Lake Project, and whether an environmental advocacy group is spreading false information about the project.
Opera to present classic
On October 26, 2017, Northside Sun ran an article Procurement Reform authored by an equipment supplier, Mr. Hastings Puckett. In the interest of presenting a balanced viewpoint, I hope to present a valid counter-argument. My name is Brad Landers, and I am the co-founder of a company that sells reverse auction software and services.
The defeat of an incumbent U.S. Senator in Alabama is encouraging Tea Party conservative Chris McDaniel to consider taking another stab at pulling the improbable in Mississippi — unseating a longtime congressional incumbent.
Editorials and columns on this page have questioned the wisdom of multi-million-dollar giveaways to large companies — Nissan, Toyota, Continental Tire — who promise to bring bunches of manufacturing jobs to Mississippi.
Did Mississippi’s Gulf Coast get lucky recently, or was it structurally better prepared to withstand hurricanes than the last time one hit?
It was probably both.
Hurricane Nate was nowhere nearly as powerful as Katrina, which leveled the Coast in 2005 and still may claim the title as the worst natural disaster in U.S. history.
Chef David Raines, owner of the Flora Butcher, was the guest speaker at a recent Jackson Club luncheon. The focus of the program was the aged Wagyu beef raised by Raines’s family in Monroe, La. Shown are (from left) Roger Wicker, Raines, David Hartman and club President Spence Flatgard.
One wag’s opinion on a number of subjects:
• Not to belittle Mississippi State’s monumental effort in a heart-wrenching, 31-24 defeat to No. 1-ranked Alabama last Saturday night, but the Crimson Tide has some serious issues at linebacker. If not solved, Alabama will have a difficult time even making the college football playoffs.
Vivian Vaughan Hines and Robert Arrington Coffin were wed at 6:30 p.m. December 10, 2016, at The Cathedral Church of St. Andrew in Jackson. The wedding was officiated by the Very Reverend David A. Elliott III.
Laurel Ann Blissett and Andrew Neal Prys were wed June 1 at Boettcher Mansion on Lookout Mountain in Golden, Colo. The Rev. Erik Hanson officiated the ceremony. Nuptial music was provided by Emily Green, guitarist; and Leah Sedlacek, violinist, both of Denver.