The social and cultural ripples from the “Black Lives Matter” movement continue, from the amazing saga of the taking down of the Mississippi state flag ... Read more
6 days ago by Special Report.
During an interview, retiring Co-Lin professor David Higgs mentioned he’d noticed a deficiency in students filling his college classroom – a lack of basic civics ... Read more
6 days ago by Kim Henderson.
“When can I get this cast off, Daddy?” my daughter asked me. “Soon,” I answered. “It’s so uncomfortable. It itches and it smells funny,” she ... Read more
2 weeks ago by Brett Campbell.
On June 12th — the same day a Wendy’s parking lot in Atlanta made the news — a parking lot two states away in Mendenhall, ... Read more
2 weeks ago by Kim Henderson.
Mississippi’s tense and emotional public debate of removing the Confederate Battle Flag from the canton corner of the state flag evoked some of the more ... Read more
2 weeks ago by Special Report.
It has been my experience over some 40 years of writing about public policy in Mississippi that we as a people are slow to change, ... Read more
3 weeks ago by Special Report.
Retired schoolteacher Ethel Mae Britt turned 95 Friday, and her family, friends and former students turned out for a drive-by parade to celebrate the occasion. ... Read more
3 weeks ago by Kim Henderson.
As a young teen, I had to have surgery on both of my big toes. I’d had multiple ingrown nail infections and the doctor was ... Read more
3 weeks ago by Brett Campbell.
In March, as the coronavirus pandemic began to grow, hospitals across the country began postponing surgeries. If the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention was ... Read more
4 weeks ago by Kim Henderson.
Longtime readers of this column know of my deep and abiding affection for the Neshoba County Fair and the old-time political speaking under shade of ... Read more