September 16, 2010
I participated in a couple of community events last week.
Thursday night, at halftime of the Mississippi State versus Auburn football game on TV, I drove back to town for the Hidden Treasures blues bash.
Close to Nowhere
Road trip, continued
The Friday that Dana and I spent traveling the top half of Mississippi was exhausting, but also lots of fun.
Wicker highlights successful education programs
By U.S. Senator
As students returned to school for a new year, some news coverage focused on the weaknesses of the American education system. While there is a critical need to improve our education system, it is important that we also recognize some of the successful programs in our backyard. Over the last several weeks, I have had the opportunity to visit several Mississippi schools and education centers working to improve the lives of students.
Letters To The Editor
On Aug. 14 with the heat index climbing to well over 110 degrees, our 75-year-old dad walked out the front door and disappeared. We called the Marshall County Sheriff’s Department to help us look for him. In the meantime, we had four-wheelers and people on foot out searching the surrounding area and nearby neighbors’ houses for any sightings of him.
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