State Law requires the Board of Supervisors to provide household garbage pickup and disposal for all occupied households in the county outside of municipalities. This can be paid for in three ways: 1. A tax levy on all taxable property in the County, 2. A fee charged per household, or 3.
Rural Mississippi is about to see whether its desire for high-speed internet service matches the cost of providing it.
Two electric cooperatives in north Mississippi have announced plans to offer the service under rules set up a few months ago by the state Legislature.
There was no shortage of self-styled “pro-Trump conservatives” in this month’s Mississippi Republican primaries.
Not every candidate in every race ran a television advertisement including Donald Trump’s picture or a pledge to stand by the president in protecting the border and Mississippi values, but quite a few did.
The July murder of a pretty Ole Miss coed is eerily similar to one that occurred about 33 years ago when the daughter of a couple who then lived in Magnolia was sexually assaulted and slain in her off-campus apartment in Oxford.
'Forrest Gump, quoting his mother, was right: “Stupid is as stupid does.”
The fictional Gump, in the unlikely event you never saw the 1994 hit movie starring Tom Hanks as a slow-witted Southern boy who shows up and prevails in historical events of his generation, popularized the term which can have different meanings.
A hallmark of the Trump administration has been to roll back government regulations, not just those imposed during the administration of Barack Obama but also some that long preceded the nation’s previous president.
Some of the deregulation has been good, but some has not been.
America’s criminal justice system is doing the right thing by steering more people convicted of narcotics offenses away from prison and into alternative programs like rehab and drug court. But there are always exceptions to this, and a big one is being debated right now in Washington, D.C.