When you walk into Johnny’s Restaurant in Homewood, the Mississippi influence isn’t immediately obvious. But look closer and it becomes more recognizable.
An important distinction between the Left and Right: they take the business of the media and storytelling seriously. We don’t.
Mississippians can handle just about anything, but not all of us are as equipped as we could be to handle the 2-3 days a year we get legitimate winter weather.
It might be National Hot Toddy Day, but there is a world beyond the beloved brown liquor when it comes to toasty beverages.
If construction of Interstate 14 through Natchez were a journey, the engine was officially cranked on Tuesday, but the road ahead is of Lewis and Clark proportions.
2018 State of the State Address Thank you, Mr. Lieutenant Governor, for that kind introduction. And thank you for the friendship you and the Speaker continue to offer me as together we honor our great state and her people. I will always consider myself fortunate to have served with both of
Idaho is a low-population state — at 1.7 million it has a little more than half the residents of Mississippi. So why are people moving there?
Black-owned Mississippi funeral homes moving forward with discrimination lawsuit against county coroner
A federal judge has ruled that several black-owned Mississippi funeral homes can move forward with their lawsuit that alleges a local coroner discriminates against them in favor of white-owned funeral homes.