Nearing the end of the line

Ray Mosby

ROLLING FORK—I am the last of us, the end of the line of men in my family named Mosby. I don’t guess that is terribly remarkable in the big scope of things, but somehow on this post surgical, post Thanksgiving Sunday afternoon, it does strike me as at least personally worth noting.
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Throughout state’s history, electing judges has been inherently partisan

Sid Salter

STARKVILLE – All due respect, it’s almost laughable that Mississippi Court of Appeals Judge Ceola James is blaming U.S. Rep. Bennie Thompson for her loss in a re-election bid on Nov. 8.
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This is a special group of Wildcats

Joel McNeece

There are so many things to love about this year’s Calhoun City Wildcat football team it’s hard to list them all.
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Thanksgiving meal a surprising success

Lisa McNeece

Thanksgiving dinner at our house was a surprising success. For someone who is not a very accomplished cook, I’m always pleased when things turn out well.
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Legislative leaders prove the fix is in on public education

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Public education and transparency were on the chopping block in your Capitol recently.

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Nothing but the best this Thursday

Joel McNeece

Thanksgiving is the very best holiday of the year because it delivers not only a welcome day at home with family but is celebrated by my favorite past time – eating.
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Christmas card pictures always a challenge

Lisa McNeece

I’ve said every year, if a video was made of me and my family taking Christmas card photos, it would be better than any card photo we could make, and this year was no exception.
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Lawmakers again will confront calls for highway, bridge improvements

Sid Salter

STARKVILLE – Nothing has changed since last year’s version of the legislative fight over the future of Mississippi’s transportation infrastructure system with the exception of the absolute certainty that neglect combined with a historic drought in much of the state that the state’s highways and bridges are in worse shape now than they were a year ago.
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I’ll pass on kiss of death

Ray Mosby

There is what has proved to be an attention-getting decorative jar, a tapered one with a cork stopper on my desk that is labeled—that is, advertises itself as containing “Expert Opinions.”
That jar is empty. Always.
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Politics, reality are very different

Joel McNeece

It’s been an odd week. President-Elect Donald Trump isn’t something most thought they would ever say, but it’s real, and despite the anxiety of many of my “Yellow Dog” friends, it’s not the end of the world.
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