Sanctuary Hospice salutes Gholston
Gholston was Sanctuary Hospice's first executive director, coming on board in January 2005 before the doors were even open to provide care to the dying and their families.
Thu Aug 28, 2014
One streak you didn't notice suggests there's room to run
August wasn't supposed to play out like this. July had some hiccups, largely due to some geopolitical black swans.
Wed Aug 27, 2014
Review: 3 Doors Down bring fans back to the 'basement' at The Fillmore Charlotte
Anyone music fan will tell you that their favorite bands emerged from the shadows of obscurity and had to conquer ridiculous odds to make it to mainstream success.
Tue Aug 26, 2014
Mississippi gaming declines no longer a surprise
It has become a monthly occurrence for gross gaming revenue for the Mississippi River County casinos to decline compared to the previous year, and that was the case before Harrah's Tunica shut its doors in June.
Florida Rep Adds Two Productions to 2014-15 Schedule, 'Vanya and ...
Florida Repertory Theatre has announced three exciting changes to its 2014-15 line-up that mean more laughter for SWFL audiences.
Sun Aug 24, 2014
The Washington Post
Gasoline Falls in Lundberg Survey With Oil at 7-Month Low
The cheapest crude oil since January has refiners producing fuel at record rates, helping lower the cost of gasoline at pumps across the country.
Sat Aug 23, 2014
Miss. wrongful-death case before US high court
The U.S. Supreme Court will consider Sept. 29 whether to hear an appeal from operators of a northwest Mississippi shooting range in a case involving the death of a Navy SEAL during a training exercise.
All About Jazz
The Led Zeppelin Papers: Led Zeppelin II, Deluxe Edition
January 12, 1969 to October 22, 1969. Two-hundred eighty-three days. That is the length of time between the releases of Led Zeppelin and Led Zeppelin II .
Fri Aug 22, 2014
Crook's Corner announces best debut novel nominees
Crook's Corner announces best debut novel nominees The winner of the Crook's Corner Book Prize will be announced in January.
Imagine a two-year break from D.C.
How about a fantasy to occupy the reader's fancy during the waning days of summer? Here's one that occurred to me on a torrid August day this past week.
Our View: Tax cut popular, but is it wise?
At last month's Neshoba County Fair, Mississippi Lieutenant Governor Tate Reeves wowed the crowd by saying, "We think it's time to look at a pay raise for taxpayers."
Tue Aug 19, 2014
The Macon Telegraph
Hornes legacy lives on
The former speech and drama teacher from Northside High School gave 50 years of his life to students, trying to make a difference in their lives.
EPIC Pharmacies Announces CEO Successor
Romero replaces Angelo C. Voxakis, P.D., who will retire at the end of December after 16 years of service.
Lypsinka! the Trilogy Coming to Connelly Theater, Begin. 11/5
After a 9-year absence, a triple dose of the legendary Lypsinka, John Epperson 's iconic creation, will be doled out this Fall when the 'Goddess of Showbiz' deigns to grace New York City with her sweeping presence in LYPSINKA! THE TRILOGY.
Duff McKagan And Mike McCready To Jam With Seattle Orchestra [News]
Duff McKagan has revealed to VH1 Radio Network's Dave Basner that he will join Mike McCready for the Pearl Jam guitarist's performance with the Seattle Symphony in January at Seattle's Benaroya Hall, Blabbermouth reports.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
The avenues of transportation funding
A Joint House-Senate Study Committee began work last week on transportation needs of the state and how those needs may be met in the coming years.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
More states recognizing Illinois concealed-carry permit
Since becoming available to the public in January, 22 other states recognize the Illinois permit, meaning it authorizes the holder to carry there.
"Leaving a Legacy" workshop in Fort Worth Genealogy Aug. 18 - 24
Aug. 23: The Beginners Workshop is a series of eight free presentations sponsored by the Fort Worth Genealogical Society that are open to the public.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Paradise Fears set for two nights at Jammin Java with Beckett, Thomas
Paradise Fears will be joined by William Beckett and Nick Thomas at Jammin Java for two nights on Tuesday and Wednesday for a high-energy, alternative pop show.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
Local Professor Discusses Impact of Black Bear's Killing
Doctor Jarrod Fogarty teaches biology at Mississippi State University Meridian. He says the killing of a black bear in Lauderdale County in January of this year is very unfortunate for the black bear population because a loss of just one bear impacts the genetic diversity of the black bear population.