Opinion


Gardening Glimpses

By MRS. HERMAN MCKENZIE,

I promised, in my last article, trying to get you to meet the early deadline March l, and the absolute deadline, which is tomorrow (well mostly,) why I believed that this convention of 2018 might be the greatest, and the largest in participation, of any in our American Daffodil Society history since 1964.



Pulsing drumbeats

By LOTTIE BOGGAN,

“All in all, we had a good day.”

My cruise mate, Edrie Royals and I were semi-prone in the chairs on our balcony as our ship, the Celebrity Millennium prepared to leave port in Okinawa and set sail for our next stop, Nagasaki, Japan.







The Holy Land is like no other

By EDRIE ROYALS,

January 8 was the time on the 2018 Christian liturgical calendar for remembering and celebrating the baptism of Jesus. On that day my thoughts returned to the Holy Land as they so often do. I recalled the pilgrimage fellow travelers and I made that began with a visit to Jordan and the river that bears its name.




One Lake

It was heartening to see the Mississippi legislature approve a $50 million bond issue to develop a flood plan for Jackson.

The bond failed on its first try because downriver counties were worried the flood plan might cause downriver flooding.



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Obituaries

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Cathy Haynie, head of school at Christ Covenant School, is serving JAAIS (Jackson Area Association of Independent Schools) as president this year.