No trouble with primary elections

From all accounts, primary elections went off without a hitch Tuesday. A small grass fire and a power outage couldn’t even slow things down. At ... Read more

Time to cast your ballot

Polls are open today from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. for primary elections. We won’t bother reminding readers of the importance of voting. Hopefully, the ... Read more

When water is bad, notification should be top priority

When it comes to drinking water, quality is important. When a local water system has a problem that requires a boil-water alert, getting that information ... Read more

Dirty politics hurt the voting process

While much of the state’s political focus is on the drama that unfolds at the annual Neshoba County Fair, there’s been plenty of political intrigue ... Read more

Stay safe in summer heat

It’s still hot. Of course, you already knew that. But the National Weather Service says it’s unusually hot and has issued a heat advisory in ... Read more

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