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BILL CRAWFORD — What issues will matter most to voters in November?

What issues will matter most to voters when choosing Mississippi’s next governor? Republican nominee Tate Reeves wants to convince voters that his opponent is a tax and spend, anti-Trump liberal. Democratic nominee Jim Hood wants to convince voters that his opponent is a self-serving politician who cares more about corporate cronies than average Mississippians. It’s going to be that kind ...

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Quality of life: It’s all about the perspective

Is the quality of life in your community on the way up, going down or staying the same? Ask that question to a group of residents, and chances are that the response to that question will not be unanimous. Why? It’s all about perspective. Perspective is a way of looking at things. It is all that can be seen from ...

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Smith named president of Daniel Coker

Roy A. Smith Jr. still remembers vividly when he first walked into the law firm of Daniel Coker Horton & Bell, P.A. as a prospective new-hire in 1982. He was fresh out of law school, where he served as student body president. With that on his résumé, it should come as little surprise that other firms were interested in his ...

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