A Mississippi child left a suicide note at school, but no one told his parents until three days later
A bullied elementary school student in Yazoo City left a note at school saying he would take his own life if the behavior didn't stop, but his grandparents say no one at school told them about it until three days later.
When Jenny Bisson got a call from the Oktibbeha County Humane Society saying they had found her lost cat, Sam, she was in disbelief.
Mississippi uses a lot of energy, and pays more for it too.
A measuring mistake at a Mississippi marathon puts runners short of qualifying for the Boston Marathon
Runners who completed the Mississippi Gulf Coast Marathon last weekend in hopes of qualifying for the Boston Marathon will have to go to Louisiana and do it all over again.
Roy Moore’s endorsement of American family values before the Civil War disregards the sins of slavery
Hailing the family values of the slavery era while discounting the sins of slavery against those values is a bit like saying that, except for that iceberg, the Titanic had a great voyage.
It’s not enough to merely recognize the influence of black women in politics, especially when it involves shifting favor toward a white male candidate. Black women, long underrepresented in American politics, deserve a stable seat at the table.
Shalotta Sharp’s efforts are changing Mississippi.
Fifty thousand words in one month is a lot of writing by anyone’s standards, but for the past six years, Marc Mitchell has been pounding the keyboard.
Oxford High School head coach Chris Cutcliffe has skills that reach beyond the football field.