CHARLESTON — Charley Lee Williams, age 64, passed away at his home Tuesday, April 17.
The fellowship hall of Charleston First United Methodist Church was the setting Tuesday night, March 14, for a special suppertime meal prepared especially for local first responders.
With Monday’s arrival of spring, it seems the perfect time for all of us to revisit this little patch of ground we coinhabit — Earth.
A state senator who has for two straight years thwarted the effort to make it easier for Mississippi voters to cast their ballots early is unpersuasive in her opposition.
Gov. Phil Bryant is starting to sound a little desperate about the condition of Mississippi’s finances.
After years of being firmly opposed to a state lottery, the Republican has morphed in less than five months into nearly a cheerleader for it.
Mississippi’s revenue commissioner has given state lawmakers more reason to be cautious about counting on internet sales taxes to beef up the ailing state treasury.
Lt. Gov. Tate Reeves and House Speaker Philip Gunn tried to put a good face on explaining their failure to craft a legislative proposal by deadline for their much-ballyhooed rewriting of Mississippi’s education-funding formula.
Sometimes the best thing Mississippi lawmakers can do when considering contentious legislation is nothing, and that’s the case with bills in the House and Senate to let the Mississippi Development Authority take over the Mississippi Arts Commission.
Mississippi’s new revenue commissioner is fixing a problem the state’s lawmakers have failed to address.
We expect the “Blue, Red and Med Lives Matter Act” to sail through the rest of the lawmaking process as easily as it did a Mississippi Senate committee hearing last Tuesday and the full Senate just two days later.