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Tomorrow will be the one-year anniversary of last year’s shooting in Washington D.C. where a lone gunman targeted several Republican U.S. House representatives, including Union native Trent Kelly, while they were practicing for the annual Congressional Baseball Game for Charity.
This past weekend was a sad one for Newton County. Many of you know Bro. Randy Cuchens, who is the minister of music at Newton First Baptist Church, and his wife Susan, who worked with the Logan and Mayo law office for many years.
In light of the Santa Fe High School shooting last week in Texas and all the other recent shootings in this country, I have some thoughts on this disturbing trend of violence.
For two and a half decades, Mississippi has been mulling adopting a lottery similar to neighboring states Louisiana, Arkansas and Tennessee. Proponents of the lottery have said that it could add $100-150 million to the state’s revenue stream, thereby creating more funding for education and infrastructure.