Few of my favorite interviews of 2016

steve norwood

The best part of my job has always been the people you meet and the opportunity to tell their story. I’m a believer that everyone has a story to tell, it’s just a matter of opportunity.
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Christmas tree barely survived the season with Charlie lurking

charlie-tree

I have taken Christmas decorations down in all kinds of weather– 30 degrees, 60 degrees, rainy, windy, etc.
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Public pension worries are state’s ghosts of Christmas yet to come

Sid Salter

STARKVILLE – As we saw earlier this month, it’s rather difficult in December to escape the life lessons from Charles Dickens’ “A Christmas Carol” – nor should we.
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Some New Year’s resolutions for the Mississippi Legislature

Emmerich

The State Legislature needs to make some New Year’s resolutions. Allow me to offer my assistance.
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Celebrating Christmas in glorious black and white

Joel McNeece

I was sitting on my couch at 1 a.m. watching the movie  “White Christmas” with Bing Crosby and Danny Kaye when I realized once again, I’m getting old, but I like it.
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Crazy weather, lots of Christmas activities and Jo Tedford’s Pecan Pie Muffins

Lisa McNeece

It was a weekend full of crazy weather and Christmas activities.
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Better buckle ‘em up tight

Ray Mosby

ROLLING FORK—Well, as we start to wind down 2016 and look toward what increasingly looks to be the epic political upheaval that next year will bring, I am reminded yet again of a very, very old Chinese curse: “May you enjoy interesting times.”
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Motivation missing for many Americans

Emmerich

America is a victim of its own success. We have the highest standard of living in the world, yet our economy is stagnant and workers complain of low-paying jobs. What’s going on here?
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No White Christmas for me after snowy weekend in Detroit

lions-game

You may be dreaming of a White Christmas, but I’ve seen all the snow I care to see this year.
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Piano recital reminded me of time in my youth

Lisa McNeece

It’s been a really, really long time since I have had anything to do with a piano recital. When Celia and I were students at Bruce Elementary school in the mid-1960s, we took piano lessons from Mary Sue Wells. Her husband was Rev. Billy Wells.
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