Elizabeth Harding, daughter of Lee and Richard Harding of Clinton, and Michael Foster, son of Julie and Mel Foster of Newton and Nantucket, Mass., were married September 10 in a noon wedding on the beach in Sconset, Nantucket, Mass.
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A major gift to the University of Mississippi from Bill Hester of New Orleans, is helping give the Ole Miss tennis teams a competitive edge.
It’s been a decade, but the Kemper lignite power plant debacle is finally over and done. Mississippi dodged a bazooka.
Last month, the Mississippi Public Service Commission (PSC) settled with Mississippi Power Company (MPC) and its parent Southern Company of Atlanta.
The Mississippi Legislature is choosing sides in the fight between Mississippi’s attorney general and Public Service Commission. The fight is over $600 million of over-charges by Entergy Mississippi to its customers for high cost electricity from its sister companies in other states.
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves has finally offered his plan to address Mississippi’s crumbling transportation infrastructure, but it’s a half-baked one.
Mississippi elected officials may come cheap as pitch men and women for the agencies they head, but the state would be better off if those in office had less airtime on commercials paid for by the taxpayers.
A proposal that has passed the Senate and awaits action in the House could do just that.
Congratulations to Dr. Douglas Bacon, chair of the Department of Anesthesiology at the University of Mississippi Medical Center, for speaking candidly about a huge problem in the medical profession.
Residential lots in Lost Rabbit, phase two, are being re-platted to create fewer homes with more space.
The amended final plat was approved by both the Madison County Board of Supervisors and Pearl River Valley Water Supply District (PRV) board in February.