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On March 24, President Donald Trump said he wanted the country and the economy "opened up and just raring to go by Easter." Easter came and went. And Trump was mocked for being aspirational and … more
God made man body and soul. We were made to be spiritual creatures. God breathed life into man (Genesis 2), not just air into his lungs, but life into his soul. He made man to glorify him in body and … more
For God is not unjust to forget your work and labor of love which you have shown toward His name, in that you have ministered to the saints, and do minister. — Hebrews 6:10 NKJV more
Stacey Abrams has another distinction to add to her resume — she's among the most preposterous potential vice-presidential candidates ever. Her attempt to leverage a failed Georgia … more
Recently, an ad popped up on my computer with scenes of calamity and terrible disasters. There were scenes of flooding, storms, and plagues; warnings of insect populations being depleted, famine, and … more
Under fire for his handling of the coronavirus pandemic, President Donald Trump, his campaign and his party are moving to lay blame for the 80,000 U.S. dead at the feet of the Communist Party of … more
An excellent wife who can find? She is far more precious than jewels. She looks well to the ways of her household and does not eat the bread of idleness. Her children rise up and call her blessed; … more
MAY 10, 1940 Dr. W.L. Watkins of Philadelphia was named to the Board of Trustees of State Elementary Institutions as the member from the Central District in an appointment made by Paul B. Johnson. … more
New York is the greatest city in the world. It also is uniquely suited to the spread of the coronavirus. As the national debate over re-opening continues and the political blame game intensifies, … more
We are all ready for this pandemic to be over and it will be soon, hopefully, but we can't allow our restlessness to lead us into danger here in the new center of a serious COVID-19 hotspot. Seven … more
MAY 3, 1940 Dorothy Sue King will be valedictorian and Sam Stribling will be salutatorian of the 1940 graduating class of Philadelphia High School. Dorothy Sue, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. … more
The strength of a nation depends largely upon its foundation and the will of its people to protect its most sacred values. Our forefathers established our great nation upon a stable footing by … more
APRIL 26, 1940 H.D. (Bill) McKay, a native of Neshoba County was elected mayor of Louisville, defeating F.L. Reich. The vote was 421 to 270. Mayor J.H. Watson was eliminated in the first primary a … more
Philadelphia Police were going business to business Tuesday morning enforcing the mayor's mask-wearing order that initially banned children under 16 from stores. The initial obtuse order was … more
APRIL 19, 1940 Dr. Porter Jordan of Philadelphia, attending the Mississippi Dental Association meeting in Jackson, came out third in the second flight of the 36-hole medal tournament in the … more
This coronavirus can infect not only our bodies with physical disease but also our minds with fear, anxiety and hopelessness that together we will overcome. These symptoms manifest themselves in … more
APRIL 12, 1940 Elizabeth Cole tied with fifth place for fifth place in poultry judging at the Southeast Mississippi Livestock Show. The rating entitles her to enter the state contest in Jackson at … more
Easter was this past Sunday, and in the midst of the crisis in our county and communities, it is good to remember the hope that the resurrected Christ gives to fallen men in a fallen world. This … more
The spread of the coronavirus pandemic has uprooted many in this country, and all over the world. Kids are at home. The same place many of us are working. If you still have a job at all. Things are … more
APRIL 5, 1940 Sonny Brantley won the district tennis singles championship. Philadelphia's tennis teams won three second places also, with J.D. Harpole and Jimmy Welsh taking second in boys' … more
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