With elections heating up in Mississippi, especially with the unusual dynamic of having two U.S. Senate seats on the ballot in the same year, it’s time not just for dueling candidates but also dueling political polls.
It’s disappointing, not to mention fraudulent, when a government agency agrees to pay nearly $7 million to settle allegations that it billed Medicaid for preschooler treatment services that didn’t exist.
I testified about flooding on the Mississippi before the Mississippi River Commission in Greenville last month. Readers with properties on the river, its oxbow lakes, and tributaries may be surprised to learn why they flood. It’s the bottlenecks.
Let us begin with the founding of Madison County. Turning back the pages of time, it becomes evident that Madison County was a “chip off the old block” since the county was created out of Yazoo and Hinds Counties on January 29, 1828 and was named for James Madison, our fourth president.
Springtime. It’s that time of year. Emotions are high. School is out for the summer; or forever. Graduations. Mother’s Day or Father’s Day. A song comes to mind. If you are a lot younger than I, you may not recognize it. But for people of my generation and older, this song will bring back so many memories.