History in my hand, art on my wall

Times are changing in the publishing business. Eleven-by-fifteen-inch proof of it fit nicely in the bottom of my carryon luggage after some meetings I attended ... Read more

Err on the side of life

Today is Sanctity of Human Life Day. To mark the day, I’ve included a column of mine written a couple years ago. I realize that ... Read more

Elected officials accountable to voters

Government accountability is near and dear to the hearts of all newspaper folks. It’s a big part of what we do. To that end, we ... Read more

Despite popular opinion, schools have improved

As a new legislative session begins in Mississippi, one of the hot topics will be education. Bills will be filed and proposals made to “improve” ... Read more

If roads get slick, stay safe with these tips

Though snow or ice is a rare occurrence in south Mississippi, it does happen. And when it does, it gets ugly in a hurry on ... Read more