Opinion

Editorial Roundup – 01/28/2015

Chassaniol leads charge for secrecy and bad government

Every year, certain members of the Mississippi Legislature emerge who do their best to undermine state laws that safeguard the public’s right to know what’s going on in its government.

Sometimes, these … Read more

In Our Community – 01/28/15

New Beginnings
Lisa Harris
It is again time to change the calendars. A new year brings anticipation of a bright future. Will this be the year that I find Prince Charming? Will this be the year I return to a … Read more

Listening-The great challenge for 2015

From Ethen Gillespie

Whew, 2014 finally ended.

Another year of successes, failures, losses, achievements, disappointments, problems faced, problems resolved and unresolved has ended. As 2014 rolled to an end and 2015 began, I experienced a tremendous amount of angst because … Read more

In Our Community – 01/21/2015

God’s Love
Evangelist Francie Hemphill

God’s love is like a hot cup of cocoa, it warms the heart of the one who drinks it. I will forever praise your Holy name.

Luke 22:42 Saying, Father, if thou be willing, remove … Read more

Letters to the Editor – 01/21/2015

Thank you to Broken Wings

Thank you, Broken Wings & Christian Way United, for your generous gift of school supplies for each teacher at Weir Elementary School. These Christmas gifts show how much you care for our students and this … Read more

In Our Community – 01/14/15

God’s Love
By Evangelist Francie Hemphill

God’s love is like a peace lily, it’s beautiful to the one who beholds it. Thank you heavenly father for you give us peace that passes all understanding if we keep our mind stay … Read more

Rep. Hood discusses upcoming session

Hood

By District 35 Rep. Joey Hood

I would like to thank you for the honor and privilege of serving as your state representative in the Mississippi House of Representatives. It has been the experience of a lifetime working for and … Read more

In Our Community – 01/07/2014

A Thought for Today
Missionary Ernestine Kennedy

Now the festival of unleavened bread. Calls the Passover, was approaching, and the chief priests and the teachers of the low were looking for some way to get rid of Jesus, but they … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 12/31/14

20 states raise minimum wage

Editorial by Jack Ryan

With an evenly divided government in Washington in 2015 — President Obama is a Democrat, and Republicans will control both houses of Congress — the political stalemate on the minimum wage … Read more

Letter to the Editor – 12/31/14

Thanks to the community
 
Mighty Gospel Shepherds expanded their ministry this Christmas by adopting families. We were able to bless a few families this year. This is one way we thank the community for supporting us throughout the year. … Read more