As of the date of this newspaper, Feb. 21, there remain just one week and one day until we reach the jumping-off point for the first leg of this year’s political season — the deadline for candidates to file their qualifying papers.
OXFORD — Now that there are three serious candidates in the Mississippi governor’s race, I wonder what the main campaign issues will be.
Who’s going to come up with a gimmick that catches the imagination of the voting public?
OXFORD — “The people of Mississippi are our state’s greatest asset,” wrote Glenn McCullough Jr., executive director of the Mississippi Development Authority, in a recent newspaper column in which he was reflecting on what he called “the bountiful blessings of the past year in
OXFORD — I don’t know how many Girl Scout cookies I’ve purchased over the years, but I do know that not all the orders were placed with cute little girls.
Quite a number of orders were placed with mothers and grandmothers of Girl Scouts.