Looking at the list of candidates for president in the Demoncrat Party, one sees the most deranged, out of touch with reality, socialist/communists that have ever appeared on a campaign trail.
For the 124 years that anyone has kept track of it, we now have a new record for the number of days (over 136) that the Mississippi River has been in flood consecutively at Baton Rouge, surpassing even the 1927 flood.
As I was scrolling through Facebook this week , I read a headline that said "I thought I would die an addict." As I continued to read the post, it was commemorating a graduation from nursing school of someone that I have known for quite some time now.
Having discussed what a parish council might do under a new home rule charter in Catahoula Parish, we turn now to the executive branch of our proposal for a new form of parish government.
By 1808, lawyers in Mississippi Territory were in open revolt against Judge Peter Bryan Bruin, a veteran of the Revolutionary War who moved to Natchez Country in the late 1780s, settling along the Mississippi in Claiborne County.
Last week, May 8, 2019, we looked at Common Core State Standards (CCSS) from its introduction in 2009 by the Obama administration. Those states adopting Common Core were offered financial incentives. This week we’ll look at some of those who provided input into the creation of Common Core.
Too blessed to be stressed. I haven’t met the person this saying applies too, maybe because they live on their own private island where the sand is white, and the water is blue.
I am gathering information on the administration of John Bel Edwards, and the way he is leading Louisiana to the bottom in every statistic imaginable. So far, I’m not quite finished with what I want to present but will do it soon.
The school board met to hand out awards to graduating seniors and to adopt a budget. Which got the most attention? Yeah, it’s a trick question. The parents with the graduates did their job. But all of us still have work to do.
Delaware native Thomas Rodney didn’t arrive in Natchez until the fall of 1803, but four years later he was well entrenched in local affairs.