With at least 61 diagnosed cases and three deaths from the coronavirus in Coahoma County, local doctors are spotting many different signs that could go unnoticed and are watching how the community – specifically the health community -- responds to this disease.
Now before you go calling my wife and saying Floyd is on the sauce, let me point out I am talking about the crew I normally drink coffee with each morning.
We haven’t gotten together since the coronavirus panic started.
“So when will the economy reopen?”
That is the question every businessman, homeowner, teacher, parent and grandparent in this country is asking.
And it is one the leaders of our nation, state, county and city need to be telling their constituients as soon as possible.
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Higher Purpose Company, a local non-profit organization to help African-American entrepreneurs grow their businesses, announced its spring 2020 cohort will assist 24 individuals in their efforts with a six-month course.
Mississippi farmers are gearing up for the 2018 growing season, which means everyone needs to be prepared to share the road with tractors and other equipment.
Patrick Poindexter, Alcorn County coordinator with the Mississippi State University Extension Service, said being aware and patient can keep everyone safe.
Spring is just around the corner and while we had a blast of cold, rainy weather this week, let me assure you, warm sunny days are on their way.
One of the joys of living in this part of the world is March brings Spring to Mississippi. While the rest of the nation suffers another month of snow, we get the first taste of Spring!
Everybody is for progress, but no one wants to change.
But things in this world don’t change unless someone gets out of their comfort zone and goes about the hard work of making a difference in the world. It is so easy and comfortable to accept things as they are and not make the effort to change things for the best.
The Mississippi Department of Agriculture and Commerce will host a workshop for farmers market managers, staff, volunteers and board members on Wednesday, March 4, at the Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Museum in the Ethnic Building at 1150 Lakeland Drive in Jackson.