Cooking instructional classes are heading to Yazoo City thanks to the Yazoo Arts Council.
Nearly every time the board that oversees Mississippi’s Public Employees’ Retirement System jacks up the rate that the taxpayers have to kick in to keep the system financially viable, it says that the latest increase should provide long-term solvency.
This past week my husband Jason and I celebrated our 11th wedding anniversary.
And even after a decade together with three children, a dog and a mortgage…we still have no idea what we are doing. But, come to think of it, I don’t think anybody ever really does.
In Saturday’s front page article, Cause Of Man’s Injuries Remains A Mystery, brought many emotions within me.
My brother, Billy Ray Peeples, was robbed, assaulted, beaten, stabbed, left for dead on Friday, June 8th, 2018. He is a private person not wanting others to know his business.
If you had the opportunity to save a drowning child, would you do it?
If you had the opportunity to draw closer to God, would you take it?
If you had the opportunity to be used by God in a powerful way, would you take advantage of it?
I was not in the mood for the mockery sure to come my way as I walked by up my driveway, having abandoned my still-running vehicle down the road.
The lights were still on. The engine was still running. The radio was still blaring Elvis Presley.
It turns out that it’s not just counties in Mississippi that feel like they’re being left behind by the modern economy.