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Most of us won’t live to be 96 years old. Even fewer will accomplish as much as Mr. Griffin Norquist did during his long and useful life. Norquist, who died Wednesday at his home in Yazoo City, was one of the most productive people we have ever known.
The little girl sat at the top of the hill, hands gripped tightly around the handlebars of the plastic tricycle.
She had been double-dog dared. She knew this challenge went beyond backyard politics. It was a full-on war that she was determined to win.
It was probably inevitable. Chronic Wasting Disease, a neurological disease in whitetail deer that’s 100 percent fatal, has arrived in Mississippi.
Last week Israel carried out the largest strike in decades against Iranian and Syrian positions inside Syria after claiming an Iranian drone had violated Israeli airspace. In retaliation, Syrian air defenses shot down an Israeli F-16 fighter jet.
An embarrassingly low number of Yazoo City voters cared enough to have a say in their own future this week, but those who did clearly had an appetite for change.
In our previous ministry location of George County/Lucedale, MS I was privileged to write, by invitation for a local newspaper, The George County Times, for over seven years.