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DAVID DALLAS — Mississippi’s greatest ambassador ‘irreplaceable’

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The “King of the Blues,” Mississippi’s B.B. King, passed away last week. His trajectory to fame and fortune was much like that of Elvis Presley’s, the “King of Rock and Roll.” Both were born in Mississippi and moved up to Memphis to hit it big. But this King, B.B. King, did so much more for his home state of Mississippi. ...

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Bond money to move Marty Stuart museum forward

Included in the $196-million bond bill that awaits Gov. Phil Bryant’s signature is funding to advance a proposed Marty Stuart museum. Stuart, a Philadelphia native, has long been recognized as one of traditional country music’s leading performers and preservationists. His Sparkle and Twang memorabilia collection has been displayed across the U.S., including a recent stint in Meridian. The museum ostensibly ...

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