Kermit Davis Jr. has been the Mike Bianco of MTSU and Murfreesboro. He’s a rock; articulate in the finer points of the game; accessible; humble; a family man; comfortable in the community environment; willing to discipline; and ultra-competitive. That’s why Kermit Davis Jr. is likely to become the next Ole Miss men’s
It’s just about time to spring forward, turning our clocks ahead one hour on Sunday (March 11, 2018) at 2 a.m. to implement another year of Daylight Saving Time. That means the debate is underway once again, with inquiring minds asking: Why do we tinker with our clocks every year, anyway?
The most remarkable, impacting leadership most always comes from those in the rising generation who possess the focus, courage and talent to create change.
If you like a cold wet winter with snow, this may not be your season in the Deep South. If you like it warmer and drier, good news. You can thank a weak La Nina expected this winter across Mississippi and into Alabama, Louisiana and Florida for a mild, warm winter
Joe Nosef’s resignation as leader of the Mississippi Republican Party likely means only one thing: Political war is coming to the Magnolia State. Nosef weathered the Tea Party vs. Traditional Conservative battle when Chris McDaniel challenged Thad Cochran in 2014, barely. McDaniel and the Tea Party said Nosef favored Cochran when
We should not indict the still-unnamed individuals until this case works through the process, but all indications are that arrests are forthcoming and that at least two teachers in Water Valley schools will face charges for purchasing prescription drugs from students.