Latest Editorials

Making texts public records aids openness

The Mississippi Ethics Commission struck a blow for government transparency last week by ruling text messages of public officials are public records. Read more | Add your comment

Corps should finish job on Natchez bank

Give Butch Brown some credit; he doesn’t give up easily. Approximately 20 years after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers began a project to restore ... Read more | Add your comment

Slow process needed to fix gas pipeline mess

Rarely does the slow, prodding pace of the federal government prove useful, but last week we saw one of those rare exceptions. Read more | Add your comment

Recycling efforts are worth the bet

If focusing on recycling is a poker game, Southwest Mississippi is about to go “all in” betting on success. Read more | Add your comment

No shortage of good news in Miss-Lou

The end of Spring Pilgrimage last week didn’t mean the end of good news in our community. Read more | Add your comment

More Editorials

  1. Governor issues schools undeserved pardon  | Add your comment
  2. Leaders act like kids over recreation  | Add your comment
  3. Response to residents has been foul  | Add your comment
  4. True reform needed for campaigns  | Add your comment
  5. Water to brag about makes Natchez proud  | Add your comment
  6. Area students set pace for giving week  | Add your comment
  7. Vidalia tax proposal may not be bad tax  | Add your comment
  8. Public safety not put first in bill killing  | Add your comment
  9. Community pitted in gas pipeline talks  | Add your comment
  10. Sen. Sojourner makes point, may have harmed area  | Add your comment
  11. Safety should always come with pizza  | Add your comment
  12. Miss-Lou’s good news not washed away  | Add your comment
  13. Hogs threaten more than just farmers  | Add your comment
  14. Documents give glimpse into hospital  | Add your comment
  15. Time is now for oil and gas careers  | Add your comment
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