Skin cancer is the most prevalent form of all cancers in the U.S., and the number of cases continues to rise. There are three main types of skin cancer: basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. The first two are less serious and make up 98 percent of all skin cancers.
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When the nine justices on the Mississippi Supreme Court all agree that one side in a legal dispute doesn’t have a case, that’s a strong indication that the appellants were wasting the court’s time.
An Alabama state representative pled guilty this month to accepting a long-term contract from a big law firm, Balch & Bingham, in exchange for using his political power to help clients fight the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).
According to a recent audit by the Mississippi Department of Education, the Jackson district is a managerial and pedagogic disaster. Rated “F” on the state’s A-to-F accountability grading, it was in violation of 24 out of 32 of the state’s accreditation standards, even after being given a year to try to correct its mess.
Amateur golfer Sheila Haynes (right) has recently won her fifth Ladies Club Championship at the Reunion Golf and Country Club. Reunion is a member club of the Mississippi Women’s Golf Association. Haynes first round score was a 67, with a second round 69.
Chelsea Briana Dunn and Maxwell Bridford James were married on May 28 at the Watergate Hotel in Washington, D.C. The ceremony was officiated by Pastor James L. Henley Jr. of Fresh Start Christian Church in Jackson.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gleason Beach Jr. of Crystal Springs announce the engagement of their daughter, Mary Caroline Beach, to Jerry Warren Hood Jr, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Warren Hood of Wesson.
Mr. and Mrs. William Rodney Freeman of Jackson announce the engagement of their daughter, Katherine Adair Freeman, to Justin Michael Schultz, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jerome Dale Schultz of Brandon.