By Janice K. Neal-Vincent, Ph.D. Contributing Writer “I do what God tells me to do. I always put God first. I pray before I start. If it’s a different work, I say, ‘send one of Your artists in me. Give it character, life, [and] meaning.’” That’s how Monique Moore described how she comes about her […]
CLINTON, Miss. (AP) – The city of Clinton has become the fourth town in Mississippi to offer residents C Spire’s high-speed internet service. Three other Mississippi cities, Quitman, Ridgeland and Starkville, already have the service. The service was announced Friday at a news conference in Clinton. C Spire is making available its ultra-high speed 1 […]
(AP) The city of Clinton is considering allowing alcohol by the glass and beer sales on Sunday. Mayor Phil Fisher said such sales could result in new restaurants locating in the city and keep residents at home when they chose to eat out. The board of aldermen will hear from the public on June 16. […]
By Tim Ward
One of the first things looked at once a football schedule is released is the date for homecoming. This is true for high school, college and now some middle schools. This gives alumni the opportunity to come home to rekindle what should be fond memories at their respective institutions.
Not wanting to put a damper on the party, the football team usually plays an opponent they can beat. With all that in mind, Jim Hill and Murrah alumni were wondering how Northwest Rankin and Clinton were chosen respectively as opponents for homecoming.