Like the 2001 terrorist attacks, the Donald Trump upset win threatens Americans' sense of safety and continuity.
"If I don't win, this will be the greatest waste of time, money and energy in my lifetime," says Donald Trump.
You'd think there'd have been more laughs.
My "stay-cation" came and went like a dream, as did the quiet.
The death of Janet Reno on the eve of the presidential election is particularly poignant.
You can feel the tension.
"I'm gonna miss that tree," said Jimmy Cole. He was nodding toward a white oak that might have been a seedling when Lincoln took the dais at Gettysburg.
A rose to every man and woman who has served as an American soldier. Veterans Day is this week, and honoring those who have fought for our freedoms should strike each citizen as both an honor and a duty.
Today, two days before the 2016 presidential election, we make a prediction with full confidence: On Tuesday, Americans will go to the polls and select the second least popular president in our history.
At the close of a divisive political campaign, two very real heroes came to mind last week.
"Outlandish." That's how Judie G. Holmes described the number of active duty and veteran military suicides in the United States when speaking with the Columbus Exchange Club on Thursday.
The Starkville Board of Aldermen is getting a full court press to grant yet another TIF (Tax Increment Financing).
James B. Comey, the FBI director, is above it all.
As construction of the multi-million dollar Terry Brown Amphitheater begins in earnest near the Riverwalk, it brings with it great promise.
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