Opinion

Editorial Roundup – 04/22/15

The case for police cameras
Editorial by Jack Ryan

Two recorded events, one in South Carolina and the other in Arizona, make it obvious that assigning a camera to all police officers as part of their work equipment would be … Read more

Resentment- The Silent Assassin

From Ethen Gillespie
 
“Wow!!” I said as I listened. So much hurt . . . so much unforgiveness . . . so much resentment.

I wondered if either of them recognized what was happening, when it happened and how it … Read more

In Our Community – 04/08/2015

God’s Love
By Evangelist Francie Hemphill
Thank you Jesus for another beautiful day. I love the sound of the birds singing and the beautiful blooming Dogwood trees dancing in the cool wind. Oh! How it so good to be alive. … Read more

Turkey hunting’s finest hour

By Roy Hawkins

It was one of those clear cool mornings made for turkey hunting, and a total of five birds were gobbling as it began to get light. The time was early April and my son Jody and I … Read more

In Our Community – 04/01/2015

Break into Spring
Lisa Harris

Spring break has come and gone. I felt like I was in the Tropical Rain Forest except that it did not feel tropical. It felt rainy though, so that was the equivalent of an exotic … Read more

The importance of respect

from Ethen Gillespie

I used to love to hear the comedian Rodney Dangerfield say “I tell ya, I get no respect.” After hearing that line, I knew that some hilarious story was about to follow. He made a career out … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 03/25/2015

Firing Dan Jones big mistake
By Charles Dunagin, Editor
McComb Enterprise-Journal

I don’t recall the exact date, but it was at least six months ago when I was told Dan Jones was going to lose his job as chancellor of … Read more

In Our Community – 03/25/2015

God’s Love

Evangelist Francie Hemphill

God’s love is like a bouquet of fresh spring flowers. It beautiful to the one that behold it. Thank you Heavenly Father for letting us see another Spring season. Spring time is my favorite season … Read more

‘Systems’ work best when people choose to know

Mitchell

OXFORD — Next time you hear someone say, “I’d rather not know,” ask the person to think about it.

If it’s a private, personal matter of no concern and having no impact on a community, fine. With apologies to those … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 03/18/2015

All too preventable

The most difficult thing for any public official to do is tell his supporters something they don’t want to hear. Attorney General Eric Holder deserves credit for doing exactly that last week when he explained why there … Read more