For the last ten years, I have struggled to obtain child support. I have navigated the proper channels. The Department of Human Services (Child Support) has been slow, but effective, with helping me collect the money owed.
In … Read more
Late in the game for tax study
The minds of the Republican leadership in Jackson work in some strange and mysterious ways.
Republicans take total control of the Capitol, pass an estimated 40 tax-cutting measures over five years worth $760 … Read more
More Kemper deceit exposed
Mississippi Power Co.’s “clean coal” boondoggle is an ongoing disaster: humongous cost overruns, grossly missed timetables, construction blunders and, now, the possibility of criminal charges for misleading investors about the still unfinished experiment in Kemper County.… Read more
The Mississippi Press Association celebrated its 150th anniversary last week at the Golden Nugget casino in Biloxi.
After the Mississippi Bar Association and the Mississippi State Medical Association, it is the oldest state professional association.
Unlike the legal and medical … Read more
By Evangelist Francie Hemphill
God’s love is like a bouquet of blue hydrangeas, it’s beautiful to one who beholds it.
Thank you Jesus for another beautiful day. I will forever praise your holy name.
Psalms 27:14 Wait on … Read more
I am writing this to clarify last week’s column and to address the questions I received.
No, I don’t support Hillary Clinton. Yes, she has done some terrible things also. Her policies as Secretary of State got four Americans killed … Read more
Dear Respected Citizens,
I would like to sincerely thank the student body at Choctaw County High School for their support over the course of the past school year, as I have served as their Student Body President. With their help, … Read more
A dearth of character
An aging lawyer, once a well known Louisiana politician, put a Biblical spin on the presidential race that reflects my thoughts on the prospects of choosing between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in November.
“It’s like … Read more
No good news about budget
The evidence continues to grow about Mississippi’s budget: Spending will have to be cut because tax revenues are lower than expected.
At a public hearing last week conducted by the Legislative Black Caucus, state health … Read more
By Ruth Nowlin
Quite a few years ago we bought a singlewide trailer from one of the grandsons. We settled it across the road in a pine setting, added a nice metal cover over the top and built … Read more