New managers of Smith-Wills Stadium recently announced that several Conference USA schools will play games at Smith-Wills this spring. Here is the text from the press release:
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In commemoration of Martin Luther King, we are posting a link to his letter written from a jail cell in Birmingham, Alabama, where he was jailed for leading civil rights protests. It provides insight into what Mississippi was like 60 years ago.
50 years later: Online ad leads Bill Cox to again experience the thrill of piloting a Lockheed T-33 jetBy BILL COX,
The bright morning sun is hot through the canopy of the jet on the Santa Fe ramp. I am strapping into a Lockheed T-33 jet. My instructor, Larry, is strapped in and is signaling the starter cart man to rev up the cart parked behind our right wing.
Leaders with the Jackson-Hinds Library System (JHLS) knew months ago that they might face budgetary shortfalls early in the 2020 fiscal year.
But instead of preparing for those shortfalls in advance, library officials apparently took no action, and employees were the ones who suffered.
One summer morning in mid-August, Ridgeland resident Lisa Magee noticed a foul odor at her home in Dinsmor subdivision.
Guessing that it might be a gas leak, Magee called Atmos Energy, which provides natural gas services to a portion of the state, including much of central Mississippi.
Motorists traveling on Catlett Road will soon have to slow down a bit, as Madison County is implementing a speed reduction on a section of the roadway in addition to new signage.
Our Christmas break involved lots of food, family, and three stitches in the face. All children present for ‘the incident’ agree that it was, in fact, an accident but somehow daughter #2 walked into a metal-tipped pole that daughter #3 was swinging at the fence.