Category: Opinion

Letters to the editor

Thrilled to see Riding through downtown Louisville the other day, I was thrilled to see log trucks hauling logs on State Highway and city streets. The logs looked to me like they had dollar signs all over them. I was…

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Concerns about National violence Last week when I saw the video of the two cops (white) kicking and stomping a young man (Black) in Gwinnett County. Georgia, three thoughts came to mind. First: Why is it that cops everywhere do…

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Rambling with Mrs. Arlene Praise the Lord everyone.  I hope everyone is kicking high this week.  If you’re Sunday morning and night services were as exciting as ours, then we should have enough spiritual fuel to keep us going until…

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Ramblin with Arlene Praise the Lord everyone.  I hope everyone is doing well. I pray that you all have more things to be happy about, than you have to be aggravated about!!  It’s really hard sometimes to be happy when…

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A thief To the person who found my wife’s wallet: I assume my wife lost her wallet outside of Dr. Mark Donald’s office.  When you found it, you could have taken it into Dr. Donald’s office. The receptionist would have…

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Volunteers sought Co-Med Adult Day Care is in need of volunteers to assist with daily activities. Co-Med Adult Day Care Center is a nonprofit day care center that provides an efficient and safe environment for seniors and the disabled in…

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Diversion It would be wonderful if it was not such a forest and sham in other words a diversion. What am I talking? All of a certain after seven and a half years of obstruction and almost total grid lock…

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Main Street I am blessed as I drive through “our town” Louisville and enjoy the beautiful lights that decorate different areas for the Christmas season. Even more so, I enjoy seeing the lovely planters and hanging baskets that beautify our…

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Dear Mr. Editor, We were called to a short assembly and told that the President had died and that school buses would come in early to take us home. When I arrived home I saw my daddy, arms folded on…

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Justice-elect thanks voters Over the last nine months, I have had the privilege of campaigning for Mississippi Supreme Court justice (District 3, Position 1) across North Mississippi. During that time I have met many wonderful new friends and have reconnected…