Well, I snicker a bit when I think why the Magee Lions Club has such good programs. It goes back almost 30 years ago when I moved to Magee. Having been a Lion elsewhere I knew about the fun and good work the club did.
Members of the Mississippi State Board of Health have sent out a letter urging people to vote against the medical marijuana constitutional amendment this coming November.
Well, it is getting serious and I might end up in a rubber room. It began when a buddy invited me to deer camp on a Friday.
Well, here it is 2020 and we have many new faces in politics, which is not a bad thing. For whatever reason there are some new people in our elected offices and that is okay.
There was no drama in a day filled of repetitive speeches leading up to the foreordained impeachment this week of President Donald Trump by the U.S. House of Representatives.
There probably will be more of the same in the Senate, where it’s also foreordained that Trump will be acquitted by the Republican majority.
Through its many trials and tribulations we are still so very fortunate to be able to call Simpson County home.
I suspect what I enjoy the most about the holiday season is the hustle and bustle of it all. Both Nancy and I have birthdays at this time of year as well as other events so we find ourselves in full on operation during the holidays.
The local branch of Tammany Hall opened their doors in Magee with the last municipal election. Cronyism seems to be at a peak and things are running smoothly, depending on which side of the coin you look at.
Other than barely losing a game to its in-state rival, what changed to make Ole Miss athletics director Keith Carter so quickly lose his supposed confidence in Matt Luke?