Deputy Editor Nate Schumann reflects on how he found places within local communities by developing relationships with those he encountered who shared common interests, thereby increasing his social health.
Alexei Orohovsky of Hattiesburg will compete in the XII USA International Ballet Competition at Thalia Mara Hall, a goal of his for years.
Tiechie Fenton of the Mississippi Department of Child Protection Services spreads awareness of the “critical need” for foster parents in Mississippi.
The Meridian Jazz and Blues marker honors blues and jazz performers that have played pivotal roles in musical history, locally and nationally, laying a foundation for future music genres. But Karen Hinton writes that many Mississippi blues women, especially Black women, are left out of the conversation and off of these historic markers, and most are not mentioned at all compared to men artists.
Dem Elections Chief Candidate: ‘Ballot Harvesting’ Ban Makes Voting Harder For Disabled Seniors, Veterans
Democratic Mississippi Secretary of State Nominee Shuwaski Young says he is “appalled” by incumbent Republican Michael Watson’s support of Senate Bill 2358, a “ballot harvesting” ban set to take effect on July 1, 2023.