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Voice of the people: Karen Windle and David Barber


Slimantics: In election season, mayor pushes a different campaign

Posted 5/3/2013 in Local Columns

The primaries for the municipal elections will be held Tuesday, followed by the general election June 4.


Froma Harrop: How to get fit without really trying

Posted 5/2/2013 in National Columns

We may not have time for exercise, but there's always time to read about exercising. And while the motivation to exercise may not be tops, the motivation to shop for "aids" to exercise seems forever strong.


Slimantics: Christians only? Lack of inclusiveness taints local Day of Prayer observance

Posted 5/2/2013 in Local Columns

Late this morning, people of a faith gathered on the lawn of the Lowndes County Courthouse to observe the National Day of Prayer.


Marty Wiseman: Five presidents and an enduring constitution

Posted 5/1/2013 in Local Columns

The United States, though still a young country by comparison, has the oldest continuous constitution of any country in existence in the world today.



Voice of the people: Cameron Triplett



Leonard Pitts: Collins scores for gay rights

Posted 5/1/2013 in National Columns



Bill Crawford: Regionalism good for Golden Triangle

Posted 4/30/2013 in Local Columns

Just 15 months after they affiliated with his highly successful development team, Joe Max Higgins landed major Japanese tire manufacturer, Yokohama, and hundreds of high paying jobs for unemployment ravaged West Point and Clay County.


Slimantics: Joe Max delivers ... again

Posted 4/30/2013 in Local Columns

The Golden Triangle Regional Development Link lists 10 staff members on its website. At the top of that hierarchy is CEO Joe Max Higgins, who has been the driving force of the economic development engine since his arrival in 2003.

Possumhaw: Crimson and clover

Posted 4/29/2013 in Local Columns

It was a day to roll the windows down and sing loud. I was heading down Highway 45 South to Noxubee County, and the roadsides were aflame with red clover. The words of Tommy James and the Shondells' 1968 hit "Crimson and Clover" played over and over in my head. I sang loud.


Letter to the editor: Cameron Triplett



Charlie Mitchell: 'Best available version of the truth' is what media offers

Posted 4/29/2013 in Local Columns


Ask Rufus: The alligator in Southern history

Posted 4/27/2013 in Local Columns

With more frequent sightings of alligators along the Tombigbee River, and with popular television shows such as "Swamp People," alligators fascinate folks of all ages.


Slim Smith: Everyday heroes

Posted 4/27/2013 in Local Columns

In times of tragedies such as the one we have witnessed in Boston and West, Texas, our thoughts turn to heroes. Somehow, it seems that our psyches are wired to look for heroes when great tragedies occur. Perhaps it a function of the innate optimism of humanity, this compulsion to look for good among evil and hope in the midst of despair.



Rheta Johnson: Why Carol matters

Posted 4/27/2013 in National Columns

In childhood, summer vacation was synonymous with Florida. One year, in a slight departure from fishing the state's central lakes, we visited the winter home of the circus in Sarasota.



Leonard Pitts: A little humility may be in order

Posted 4/27/2013 in National Columns

This is for the rest of us. Meaning the ones who don't have personal chefs, gift-wrapping rooms or hired sycophants, who don't hobnob or rub shoulders, and who drive the same car every day of the week. The rest of us would like to offer some of you a little advice:



Kathleen Parker: Bush's legacy is more than Iraq

Posted 4/27/2013 in National Columns

In a reprieve from the horror of the most recent terrorist attack, the nation's attentions turned to the man who declared the war on terrorism, George W. Bush.



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