Jimmy Gail Corley
“Wide is the gate … that leads to destruction, and there are many who go in by it.”
-- Matthew 7:13
Weak standards in measuring education results in Mississippi often offer an illusion of more achievement than reality shows.
Flames that consumed a Mississippi state flag Monday in front of the Governor’s Mansion could also incinerate hope for the very thing protestors claim to want: Changing the controversial symbol.
Federal bridge inspectors have ordered scores of local bridges closed throughout Mississippi beginning late last year and continuing into this year. Marion County has closed multiple bridges, including one with significant traffic flow on the south end of Williamsburg Road.
I've always liked post-apocalyptic science fiction movies. You know, movies like “Planet of the Apes,” “The Time Machine,” “Mad Max,” “On the Beach,” “Book of Eli.” Mankind has blown it up and all is a wasteland. The characters struggle to survive. They scavenge the crumbling remains of a civilization their ancestors built.
A University of Southern Mississippi history professor compares talks between President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un to that of President Reagan and Soviet Union head Mikhail Gorbachev in the 1980s.
STARKVILLE – Mississippi Democrats showed signs of political life in recent months after years of fielding candidates in congressional elections who could fairly be described as either noble ideologues or political sacrificial lambs.