Soon after Wednesday night's Republican debate, the phone rang: "Did the fat lady sing?" asked the voice on the other end.
It's a good thing that Dean Colvard, and not Mark Keenum, was the president of Mississippi State University in March 1963.
Twenty or so years ago, 'privatize' became a big word. The trend had started slowly.
Tuesday, voters throughout the state went to the polls to determine local, regional and state races, as well as a proposal to amend the state's constitution.
I came upon this article on procrastination and saved it for "later reading." Ha-ha-ha.
As Republican presidential candidates debate the debates, roiling and railing against the unfairness of it all, campaigns have been busy rebooting candidates and crafting fresh slogans.
Today is election day, an important day in the life of a community. So was yesterday.
The attorney next to me was having a conversation with his assistant. I listened.
In 1992, Mississippi voters amended Section 273 of the state constitution to allow for an initiative process for our citizens.
Last week it was announced that the City Of Columbus was purchasing the Gilmer Inn in downtown Columbus.
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