Edgar Gene Ashlock
Boards of Supervisors in Mississippi typically have good insights on what rural areas in the state need. Supervisors have daily interactions with people at the grassroots level — and are often the first to get a call when someone has a problem in their community.
The City of Columbia may grow its borders if a study approved by the Board of Aldermen Monday shows the expansion is feasible.
In a special meeting Monday, the Board, Mayor Justin McKenzie and engineers Jeff Dungan and Sean Burns met with Mike Slaughter of Slaughter and Associates for nearly two hours at City Hall.
Meetings with Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves and Speaker of the House Philip Gunn could benefit Marion County.
Marion County supervisors were asked to prepare of an agenda of items the county needs ahead of future meetings and even visits from top-ranking state officials.
I adopted Stella the Dog in 2009. When I went to pick her up from her foster mom, I was immediately introduced to this 5lb furball who was doing her own thing. She was not playing, just simply checking out the world around her.
Literally. She paid me ZERO attention.