Manpower and money hurting city’s efforts to repair streets
Efforts to soften terms of Jackson’s sewer consent decree are officially under way.
Recently, Mayor Chokwe Antar Lumumba’s administration met with federal officials to discuss challenges the city faces in meeting decree terms.
SEC Coach of the Year runs in Davis family
Kermit Davis Jr. has earned Southeastern Conference Coach of the Year honors in his first season at Ole Miss. That’s a big deal – a really big deal – but SEC Coach of the Year in your first year on the job is not unprecedented.
Soccer coaches will have a tougher time running out the game clock next season, thanks to recent rules changes handed down by the national agency overseeing high school sports.
The National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) recently announced eight rule changes for high school soccer.
Two area high schools have started what will be an annual competition to raise money for waterfowl conservation. Jackson Prep and Jackson Academy now both host Ducks Unlimited Varsity (DUV) programs geared at high schoolers.
Why certain Southerners are preoccupied with Old South iconography instead of future potentiality is a puzzlement. Our achievements have been legion when we have focused upon the present and future rather than a mythical yesteryear.
The refrain to the Temptations 1964 hit “The Way You Do The Things You Do” is apropos:
The Mississippi Department of Finance and Administration (DFA) has published its master plan for improvements in the CCID, or Capitol Complex Improvement District.
The document was presented to the Mississippi Legislature yesterday.
HB 1612, which would allow for the creation of Community Improvement Districts (CIDs), just passed the Senate.
The vote total was immediately available.
The measure was amended, meaning it will have to go back to the House for concurrence.