Thursday, May 8, 2014
Continuing a tradition
Little Jake, a kindergarten student, asked where I was going after we had eaten lunch.
“To the cemetery,” I replied.
Close to Nowhere
Reprinted from June 2, 2005
Jax has made it home!
I received a very happy email last Friday. Nilmini, the owner of Jax, the missing Jack Russell terrier, was happy to let me know that Jax was home and relatively unharmed.
The $240 million still seems to be a big waste
As the recent tragic storms have once again proven, April and May are tornado season in Mississippi. Mississippi has the fifth most tornadoes in the nation and is number one in tornado deaths with an average of 10 fatalities per year. The Mississippi coast also gets its fair share of hurricanes.
Letters to the Editor
My wife and I moved from Holly Springs to pursue another chapter in our lives after living there for seven years. While sitting on our porch recently, as we did with so many good folks in Holly, we conducted a debriefing of our time in Holly. Our conclusion was that this has been our favorite place to live out of all others across the state. We felt Holly’s uniqueness soon after arriving and know it’s so after being away for nine months.
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