Scooby Doo and Peppa Pig were the new jack-o-lanterns at our house

Lisa McNeece

Why I only carve pumpkins once a year- it’s a big mess. However I carved a Scooby Doo face on a pumpkin for Addi Claire and a Peppa Pig for Ellie Kathryn last week.
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Preachers and other cads

Ray Mosby

For some reason I’ve had a lot of trouble in my life with preachers.
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Support our kids, not the politicians

Joel McNeece

I believe in Mississippi. I believe we can be better and deserve better than 50th. I believe the path to maximizing the potential of our great state is through education and opportunity. That is why I support Initiative 42 and urge you to do the same.
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Appreciate Gale Denley honor from Good Ole Boys; Halloween not like it used to be

Lisa McNeece

We were very appreciative that my dad, Gale Denley, was honored at the meeting of the Good Ole Boys last week.
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Voting ‘Yes’ on Initiative 42 is a good start for education

Charlie Mitchell

You’d think that with a better-educated workforce the consensus key to a better Mississippi, the Legislature would leave no stone unturned in dogged pursuit, focusing its full attention on schools in this, the state that lags all others.
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White House Hotel is Crown Jewel of the Mississippi Gulf Coast

white house

I now consider it the true Crown Jewel of the Mississippi Gulf Coast. When looking for a place to stay, I whole-heartedly recommend The White House Hotel on Beach Boulevard in Biloxi.
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Interesting finds looking through MPA archives at Mississippi State

Lisa McNeece

On a recent Thursday afternoon, I met Mississippi Press Association Executive Director Layne Bruce at the Mississippi State University Library where we were doing some research in the press association papers which are stored there.
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MAEP should be fully funded but end doesn’t justify means

Sid Salter

STARKVILLE – The political furor over Initiative 42 has been one that I have found difficult to watch evolve. In writing about public policy in Mississippi for more than 30 years, I have long supported increased funding for education at all levels.
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Finally found the history on Bruce’s busiest street

Joel McNeece

Few could match my lifelong love of history, but R.T. Ramage might.
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Ready to try out my first cast iron skillet

Lisa McNeece

Recently, Addi Claire and I were going over her amazing words for 1st grade homework when we came across the word “habitat.”
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