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Empty chairs a part of holiday gatherings

By Les Ferguson, Jr. Columnist As I began to write this, it was Easter morning. I find Easter ...

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Coffee shop talk more questions than answers

By Harold Brummett Denmark Star Route Drinking coffee poured right out of the pot often is too hot ...

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Giving up on fancy tooth brushing idea

By Bonnie Brown Columnist Remember the article from Cosmopolitan Magazine many years ago that said you could let ...

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Sunday’s Good Sense: The art of healing

By Susan Mah Therapist The Art of Healing: A Therapist’s View #dogs #mentalhealth

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Possum treaty would help the balance of nature

By Harold Brummett Denmark Star Route Every day the chickens are turned out to graze. I read somewhere ...

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First female dentist in the United States

By Gene Hays MSgt. USMC (Ret) In 2001, only 16 percent of all licensed dentists working in the ...

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Ending Lent season with heavenly bourbons

By Steve Stricker Columnist The English word “Lent” is a shortened form of the Old English word “lencten,” ...

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Charming warts away saves on duct tape

By Bonnie Brown Columnist My husband Tom had a wart pop up on his finger recently.  I told ...

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Easter scars from a burnt orange leisure suit

By Les Ferguson Jr. Columnist This past Sunday was Palm Sunday, commemorating Jesus’ triumphal entry into Jerusalem. As ...

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Medicaid expansion fight not over yet

By Russ Latino Magnolia Tribune When the Mississippi House of Representatives voted to fully expand Medicaid at the ...

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Spring Break ’24 was just dreamy

By Steve Stricker Columnist Over the past many years, I spent several quiet, peaceful, spring breaks on Iles ...

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Officer misconduct legislation moving through Legislature

By Sid Salter Columnist The Mississippi Legislature is purposefully and earnestly moving legislation through the Capitol that would ...

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Eyes can be tricky; be careful what you see

By Les Ferguson, Jr. Columnist I was 12 when I got my first motorcycle. It’s been long enough ...

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Farm mechanics teacher passed on ageless knowledge

By Harold Brummett Denmark Star Route Hubert Owens taught farm mechanics at the Business and Industrial Complex. As ...

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Spring clock-changing chore completed

By Bonnie Brown Columnist Have y’all recovered from your Spring Forward time change hangover yet?   It does take ...

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Cofield’s Corner: Cedar Oaks, ‘the house that wouldn’t die’

By John Cofield With the latest local spotlight on Cedar Oaks, I thought of a shot Granddad had ...

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The serendipitous life of Jason Plunk

By Julie Hines Mabus Photos by Bruce Newman On June 8, 1971, a boy was born at the ...

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Goodbye to winter, hello spring!

By Susan Mah Lifestyle columnist Growing up in the South as a biracial person was often a challenge. ...

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Lafayette native Sam Phillips continues to serve fellow veterans

Profile 2024: Lafayette native Sam Phillips continues to serve fellow veterans By Harold Brummett Rebecca Alexander photo Sammy ...

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Easter lunch should be special, not stressful

By Kara Kimbrough  Food columnist Sitting down to a bountiful lunch on Easter Sunday has been an American ...

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Medicaid work requirements a possible Biden compromise?

By Sid Salter Columnist The current effort to make a partial expansion of Medicaid under the Affordable Care ...

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