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Car tag reduction helps garner support for tax cut

A day after the massive tax cut bill championed by Republican Speaker Philip Gunn passed the House, a ...

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What is ‘normal’ these days?

People say, “I’ll be so glad when this pandemic goes away and things return to normal.” Well – ...

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How much do you know about Native American warriors?

Most Americans, through school and movies, know some of the famous Native American warriors like Sitting Bull, and ...

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A title doesn’t always answer ‘what do you do?’

I retired in 2016.  Or I should say I “re-retired” as I retired from full-time employment in 2003 ...

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New workbook helps entrepreneurs kick-start efforts

The Big Bad Business Series is excited to announce the release of Business Building Blocks workbook for entrepreneurs ...

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Will voters again be able to engage in referendum process?

As the 2022 regular session of the Mississippi Legislature moves forward, the question of the future of medical ...

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A little ramble about morality

I’ve been sitting on hold for what undoubtedly is a world’s record, but I’ve put so much time ...

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Did the Y2K bug arrive 20 years too late?

So, how is your New Year going so far?  I have no major complaints—although I seem to complain ...

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Is Hosemann trying to appeal to Gunn, Reeves?

Lt. Gov. Delbert Hosemann believes a plea to Mississippians’ better angels ultimately will lead to Medicaid expansion. Granted, ...

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Battling the ‘can’t help its’

Yesterday evening I had a bad case of the “can’t help its.”  I thought my mom had invented ...

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Is it time for your Epiphany?

Thursday, January 6, “Epiphany,” was the 12th Day of Christmas – i.e., the 12th day since Christmas and ...

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Got a dream? Let’s go for it

First thing this morning my phone rang for a facetime call. I didn’t worry about looking disheveled when ...

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Focus on the process in 2022

A process instead of a resolution for 2022 –  The last two years has taught us there are ...

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Looking back on the past and forward to the future

January can be a challenging month even though we celebrate the beginning of a new year often with ...

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‘Looking back on the past and forward to the future’

January can be a challenging month even though we celebrate the beginning of a new year often with ...

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New and ‘old’ year reflections

Thought for 2022: “Live every day as if it’s your last  …because one day it will be!”  Willie ...

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Much to anticipate in 2022

Ringing in the new year is always cause for celebrating what’s to come, but it’s also a good ...

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Here’s your year-end giving guide

The end of the year is a time when people often assess their charitable giving and make final ...

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You’re never too old for the magic of Christmas

“Ulysses” by Alfred Lord Tennyson “Made weak by time and fate, but strong in will to strive, to ...

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A reflection: Hope was born on Christmas

Christmas is the one time of the year when we want all to be right with the world.  ...

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Ready for the journey that 2022 will bring

Welcome 2022!  At least, I hope we will want to welcome the New Year.  It has been a ...

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‘Stopping of the sun’ marks significant changes

There is a lot going on, huh?  Destructive storms, COVID Delta and Omicron strain blowing up, and, today ...

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