Thursday, October 2, 2014
Teamwork on display
Ronnie Joe Bennett, president of the Marshall County Board of Supervisors, got the most laughs Wednesday when he talked about the honor of being on the podium with the “big dogs.”
He was seated with Gov. Phil Bryant, U.S. Senator Roger Wicker, Rockwool International CEO Eelco van Heel and ROXUL president Trent Ogilvie.
Close to Nowhere
I don’t have a new iPhone
I did not get a new iPhone 6. In fact, for the first time in a long, long time, I have a phone that is not an iPhone.
I keep my granddaughters in cell phones for their birthday present every year. Works really well for teenagers!
Football-wise, could this be our year?
Mississippians are the most passionate football fans in the country, or so I remember reading in a survey a few years ago. I have no reason to doubt its accuracy.
Certainly, Mississippi has produced far more than its share of football stars, especially quarterbacks. Unfortunately, there is no NFL team in Jackson.
Letter to the Editor
Update on Chalmers
On September 20, the campus grounds of Chalmers Institute once more came alive with the fourth “Wrecking Ball.”
This is the annual event hosted by Preserve Marshall County & Holly Springs Inc. (PMCHS) to raise funds for the continued stabilization and rehabilitation of historic Chalmers Institute. We want to thank everyone who came out to enjoy and support this unique arts and music event, one which is developing a considerable regional following.
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