Last Friday an email was sent to parents of the Simpson County Public School System. It concerned student meal cost and a problem that should not even exist because the school district provides a solution every year before school ever starts.
The Justice Department’s inspector general said this week that the federal Drug Enforcement Administration was slow to respond to the opioid epidemic. It reduced the use of a regulatory tool and allowed continual increases in the amount of pills that could be produced.
The Simpson County School District held a work session last Friday as part of their continuing education obligation as well as working to improve educational levels of the children of Simpson County.
The conference was directed by Dr. Mike Waldrip, president of the Mississippi School Board Association.
Good for Pike County Circuit Judge David Strong, who recently held a Summit woman accountable for her slanderous comments on Facebook about a locally owned business.
This past week marked the beginning of fall. Hard to believe with some of the weather we have been having that we are supposedly in the cooler part of the year.
Either through intentional or subliminal marketing, the manufacturers of e-cigarettes have been touting them as safer alternatives to the real thing.
And they may be, but how much safer has come into question with the recent national outbreak of breathing illnesses related to vaping.