In the spring of this year the Simpson County Development Foundation was chosen as one of nine counties to participate in the ASPIRE Mississippi program, a community project sponsored by the Mississippi Development Authority, Entergy, and Stennis Institute of Government and Community Development at Mississippi State University.
I‘ve learned if you are going to write something controversial do it before you leave town.
P resident Trump got a lot of mileage before Tuesday’s elections with his warnings about potential danger of a caravan of people from Central America walking toward the Texas-Mexico border.
T he situation with the hangman’s noose found at Mendenhall Middle School was fueled by social media.
We will be the first to say that if the way this was handled created issues for the children involved, then situations like this need to be handled in a better way.
With the current uncertainty of the medical condition of Sheriff Donald O’Cain, the County Board of Supervisors had no option other than to notify Sheriff O’Cain of their intention and to appoint an interim sheriff.
W ell, it is finally about time November is almost here and the temperature has started to drop.
My mother’s family, the McMullans, had their annual reunion get together in Newton this past weekend. It is a chance to see cousins from all over the country.
G iven the frequency and fierceness with which hurricanes are hitting coastal areas of this country, it is beyond baffling why some people still refuse to evacuate even when ordered to do so by authorities.
M onday morning bright and early at the civic center in Mendenhall the Simpson County Development Foundation hosted their quarterly Council of Governments meeting.
Let’s concede that it’s usually OK when teenage artistry is creative and even sometimes a little unsettling to older, wiser people.