Category: Opinion

Editorial Roundup – 02/17/2016

Manning’s beer blunder

By TIM KALICH
Greenwood Commonwealth

Although Peyton Manning’s skills as a quarterback have declined with age and injuries, his aptitude as a pitchman hasn’t.

It was a little cheesy of him, after winning his second Super Bowl … Read more

Let’s be Neighbors – 02/17/2016

The February Winston Guards #2646 meeting held in the Colonial Room of Lake Tiak O’Khata was most interesting. Hostesses were: Paula Fulton and Theresa Bridges. Frances and Franklin Woodruff presented the program, reading letters by Sid and Matilda Champion written … Read more

Rep. Hood gives legislative update

Rep. Joey Hood

The Mississippi House of Representatives convened on January 5, 2016. Philip Gunn was re-elected Speaker of the Mississippi House of Representatives without opposition. During the month of January, the House addressed two (2) election contests that were … Read more

Let’s be Neighbors – 02/10/2016

Carolyn Mills provides a view from the community.

We have an excellent Library in Winston County and many patrons come from other counties to make use of it. Recently, at a garden club meeting, one of the members was overheard … Read more

Letters to the Editor – 02/03/2016

Rambling with Mrs. Arlene

Praise the Lord everyone.  God is so good.  How wonderful it is to know him personally and know you can cast all of your cares and sorrows on him.  His word promises if we do that … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 01/27/2016

Eaton a victim of ‘home cooking’

It was clear from the start that the Republicans in the state House of Representatives were going to figure out a way to overturn an election in east Mississippi that kept them one vote … Read more

Let’s be Neighbors – 01/27/2016

Carolyn Mills, provides a weekly view from the community.

My apologies to Editor Joseph McCain and any readers of this column who might have looked for it in recent weeks. Due to ill health, I have failed to submit … Read more

Editorial Roundup – 01/20/2016

Hiding bad news
 
The federal government has this irritating habit of releasing bad news late on Friday afternoons. Its thinking, apparently, is that unfavorable disclosures will be, if not overlooked, at least downplayed because journalists and other watchdogs will … Read more

Food plot seed available for wildlife enthusiasts

By James L. Cummins
Special to the Plaindealer

Whether you are a photographer, a hunter or just like viewing wildlife on a sunny afternoon, anyone who has spent time overlooking a food plot will have a deep appreciation for wildlife … Read more

Letters to the Editor – 01/13/2016

Questions about road

I am a product of the Mt. Pleasant/Hathorn Community where my grandparents moved onto Stallo Rd in 1983 and today my mother still reside on the same road. My concern is the condition of the road in … Read more