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In 1967 we were mired in a similar atmosphere as I perceive is today. Our nation was bitterly divided among age and demographics revolving aro…

Regardless of how the elections come out in November or next year in fact, this age-old description is more apt than unique. A person I know w…

Solving society’s complex problems are above my pay grade. However, opinions are cheap and everyone has one or more which they believe are goo…

There’s a lot of talk about immigrants today. When I was growing up at Tilden, we didn’t think about that much. After World War II a few GIs b…

A convoy of police cars, lights flashing, sirens blaring roared by where I was the other morning. Usually about all that commotion arouses is …

In a conversation I overhead the other day the talk went sort of like this. An out-of-state acquaintance was talking about public education in…

Secrecy! This is a word that can subject itself to many forms of analysis. In the context of this column it is intended to show how events whi…

When I was a youngster and would get to make a trip with my family to town on Saturday, or to an annual graveyard working/dinner on the ground…

Candidates for open seats on the Mississippi Transportation Commission (Highway Department) were being interviewed by a newspaper in an effort…