Area developments increasing value of airport property
Acorn production in the Mississippi Delta, at least in our region, was slim to none this year. When we were busy preparing food plots we assumed the vast array of Quercus that inhabit our swamps and ridges would provide a food source for the many species of wildlife throughout the winter. We were wrong in this assumption.
My Sunday school class has been studying Ecclesiastes, an Old Testament book supposedly written by King Soloman 2,500 years ago.
“Meaningless, meaningless. Utterly meaningless. Everything is meaningless,” mourns the king.
Integrating into the Jackson community has never been challenging. Yet awareness of people and places is essential to becoming a Jacksonian. One should understand our local color if aspiring to live in something other than a Los Angeles suburb lacking context and texture.
On Saturday, December 9, I was lucky enough to attend the historic opening of the Museum of Mississippi History and the Mississippi Civil Rights Museum. These museums offer an honest, courageous look back at our state’s storied and sometimes troubled history. As Sen.
It’s hard to comprehend that one carpenter with a vision 2,000 years ago is responsible for the massive celebration today we call Christmas. It is even more amazing considering this carpenter, Jesus Christ, died in relative obscurity in a dry and dusty city in what is now called the Middle East.
The kid in me just will not go away. As far as I am concerned, this is a good thing. I can’t stop thinking about our most recent snow. I think I am just excited about receiving the fluffy stuff now as I was when I was in grade school. I had more to gain then for a day of snow meant a day less of school, if it fell at the right time.
Three things I don’t understand about football:
• Why do you have to be tall to run successfully with the ball? I mean, the idea is to make the other guy miss, right? Why do you have to be six-feet tall to make the other guy miss?