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    Daily Journal A pedestrian who was struck and killed Saturday morning in Union County has yet to be identified. The Mississippi Highway Patrol said that troopers were dispatched to mile marker 57 on Highway 78 at 1:43 a.m., and there they found a pedestrian who it appeared had been walking in the westbound lane when […]

    By Ralph D. Russo AP College Football Writer Florida State is No. 1 in The Associated Press college football poll, followed by Alabama, Oregon and Mississippi State. The top four teams were unchanged for the first time since late September. The gap between the Seminoles and the Crimson Tide narrowed after another close call by […]

    Thanksgiving is almost the perfect holiday. The food is good, family members are gathered, friends are always invited, and football is on the tube all day. When I look back at Thanksgivings through the decades of my life I have nothing but fond memories. 1960s The Thanksgivings of my early youth were spent in a […]

    Gov. Phil Bryant’s proposal to increase advertising and promotional spending for Mississippi tourism statewide needs an open-mined review in the 2015 session because it would pair state and local resources to maximize impact. Bryant proposes to increase spending through the Mississippi Development Authority by $5.1 million for marketing and advertising tourism destinations and Mississippi’s appeal. […]

    A centerpiece of President Obama’s strategy for defeating the Islamic State is mobilizing tribal fighters to join the Iraqi military in retaking Anbar and other Sunni-dominated provinces. But new research shows the jihadists have been working since 2009 to gut the very Sunni tribal leadership on which Obama’s rollback depends – making the U.S. campaign […]

    WWII memories keep deeds in perspective An important event in history is quickly approaching, the Anniversary of Dec. 7, 1941, a date we as Americans must never forget or brush aside. As President Franklin D. Roosevelt said, “A day which will live in infamy.” Of course I am referring to the Japanese attack on Pearl […]

    Question: What do you call a 53-year-old who’s never cooked a Thanksgiving turkey? Answer: Just plain lucky. Turkey basting veterans have told me time and time again that preparing a large bird for the annual celebratory feast is not difficult. But I remember watching Julia Child’s bird brining episode. There were more steps than bike […]

    Democrats need to thank God for big cities from whence most of their support comes, but wait a minute. This is the party that removed an historic acknowledgment of “God” from their platform at their convention and booed when it was put back in at the insistence of some party leaders to save themselves embarrassment […]

    Seen through the prism of subsequent national experience, Nelson Rockefeller resembles a swollen post-war automobile – a land yacht with tail fins, a period piece, bemusing and embarrassing. He remains, however, instructive. Richard Norton Smith, a biographer as talented as he is industrious, could not have known, when he began his labors 14 years ago, […]

    By Kedrick Storey Southern Sentinel STARKVILLE – The No. 4 Mississippi State Bulldogs showed no signs of an emotional hangover from last week’s five-point loss at Alabama and no signs of looking ahead to next week’s Egg Bowl. But they did show a lot of domination. In the final home game of the 2014 season, […]