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The end of one path; the beginning of another

This week marks a special time in the lives of many area students. The graduation season began in earnest Thursday and will continue in the coming days. ... Read more

Kemper plant proves to be poor investment

The entity that buys power for many Mississippi electric cooperatives, including Southwest MS EPA and Magnolia EPA that serve Lincoln County, pulled out of a ... Read more

Family using cancer donations on self commit travesty

Though we shouldn’t be surprised at just how deceitful people can be, a recent example was truly shocking. According to the New York Times, the ... Read more

Reading gate results are in, but did it help?

Results from the inaugural third-grate reading gate test were not unexpected. Statewide, 15 percent of third-graders failed the test, meaning they could be kept from ... Read more

Drug Court betters society

Drug Court programs were born out of the realization that simply incarcerating those struggling with addiction was a losing battle. That old approach filled jails ... Read more

More Articles

  1. CLG certification could move historic district forward
  2. Honoring Hattiesburg’s fallen officers
  3. Celebrating our moms
  4. Cutting inmate programs does not restore faith in MDOC
  5. Debate over Common Core gets out of hand
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