He spent 35 years in healthcare administration before going into business. He and Barbara recently went on their 28th trip abroad. He loves wood working and refinishing furniture. He studied art for more than three years under Karl Wolfe. He is invested in the Fondren area.
Most officials on the Northside are running unopposed in the August 6 primary.
In fact, the only positions with competition incude sheriff, tax collector and coroner in Hinds County and in Madison County the circuit clerk, District Four and Five supervisors and District Two justice court judge.
The couple has traveled to more than 40 countries. They have a yurt in their backyard. Allen was a Peace Corps volunteer in the Caribbean. Their six-acre yard is home to more than 1,000 types of plants. The couple loves traveling for and camping out at music festivals.
Northsiders like Mark Sandefur are excited for the newest recreation addition coming to the city of Ridgeland this spring because of the new opportunities it brings, like the chance to expand tournaments.
You know what they say about the best-laid plans. Even the most prepared face mishaps, especially when traveling.
The White family experienced this firsthand as they made their way to Orlando for their much-anticipated trip to Disney World.
Roughly 90 percent of the giant Salvinia found in the Ross Barnett Reservoir has been eradicated after approximately $150,000 has been spent on efforts to remove it.
He has been in business in Ridgeland for the past 45 years. He previously worked as a pharmacist. He has lived an active life of running, biking and more for 50 years. He likes to write, mostly for social media. He considers himself a history buff and spends a lot of time reading books on historical figures.
One after another, several Madison County residents living in Ward Four stood at the podium at the latest meeting of the board of supervisors to voice their concerns about road issues and the lack of funding allotted for road repairs within their ward.