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- OPINION: Mississippi’s More Revolutionary MuseumThis past weekend, national media descended on Jackson for the opening of the 2 Mississippi Museums, especially after it was announced that President Trump would be taking part in the festivities.
- Local Ho-Ho HolidaysThis holiday season, many local restaurants and businesses can help any Jacksonians who are looking for help with preparations.
- A Choral ChristmasThe Mississippi Chorus will perform the first movement of 18th-century composer George Frideric Handel's seminal oratorio, "Messiah," again this year, following two sold-out performances in 2016.
- Bringing Back a Poorly Named ParkOn a cold Friday night, the snow still dusting the trees from the snowfall that morning, Bilal Qizilbash set up his weekly station where he offers food to those in need free of charge. The only qualifying question he asks ...
- Blows, Bullets, Tears: History, Civil Rights Museums Open Amid Hope, DistrustMyrlie Evers never mentioned Donald Trump by name but said that she sees prejudice, hatred and negativism today she never thought she would see again.
Latest Wire Stories
- Democrat Doug Jones Wins In Stunning Alabama Senate UpsetMONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — In a stunning victory aided by scandal, Democrat Doug Jones won Alabama's special Senate election on Tuesday, beating back history, an embattled Republican opponent and President Donald Trump, who urgently endorsed GOP rebel Roy Moore despite ...
- Bryant Names New County Court Judge in South MississippiMississippi Gov. Phil Bryant is appointing a new county court judge.
- Mississippi Lawmaker Quits Amid Sexual Harassment ClaimsMississippi's House speaker says a key legislator who resigned Sunday was facing sexual harassment allegations.
- Simeon BookerSimeon Booker, a trail-blazing African-American journalist and the first full-time black reporter at The Washington Post, died Sunday at the age of 99.
- Final Push for Moore and Jones in Alabama Senate RaceAlabama Democrats see Tuesday's special Senate election as a chance to renounce a history littered with politicians whose race-baiting, bombast and other baggage have long soiled the state's reputation beyond its borders.
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