Cofield on Oxford — On Account of Faulkner

Gone, but never forgotten he is. He was bigger than us and the aftershocks of his earth-shaking literary genius will forever reverberate down through...

On Cooking Southern: ‘Tis Apple Season

By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com Week of  October 27, 2014 Southernism of the Week: Don’t insult the alligator before you cross the stream: A simple concept — do not arouse...

Salter: Hyde-Smith’s Stumble on Trump’s Backing Points Up McDaniel’s Political Gordian Knot

About 333 years before the birth of Christ, historians believe Alexander the Great marched his troops into the Phrygian capital of Gordium in what...

‘A Letter to Dad’ by Shane Brown

If you knew Dad pretty well then you knew about his letters. He'd rather write you a letter than pick up the phone. Those letters...

Mississippi Should Invest In What’s Already Working

A tour bus pulled off the side of the narrow highway just west of Marks where Highway 6 becomes as flat and straight...

That we all could have the attitude of Justin Freeman!

I met a young man this past week who will inspire you and refresh your attitude on life! While speaking on building and keeping a...

Three More Quarters Remaining

No, I'm not talking about football! Like so many businesses, in our business, we look closely at quarters of each year. How did we do...

Daniels: This Week’s ‘Rebels Two Deep’- Florida

Quarterback 1. Chad Kelly 2. DeVante Kincade Note: Chad Kelly threw the most passes in a game last weekend against Vanderbilt as he had 42 pass attempts....

How Blueberry Salad Makes All the Sense in the World

Our friend Pat found his cancer had returned and he was given a few months to live. He decided to get his life in...

On Cooking Southern: Seared Duck Breast and Orange Beets

Do something delicious with all that duck meat By Laurie Triplette ldtriplette@aol.com SOUTHERNISM OF THE WEEK: Hunker Down: To squat down low and get ready to face...