To the Editor:
Church of the Family of God
In the days since last week’s attack at a high school in south Florida, where 17 people died, there are rumblings that this time the response will be different; that the tragedy has spurred residents to demand that political leaders do something
There’s an old expression that goes something like, “Nobody’s safe when the Mississippi Legislature is in session.”
In an effort to apply a veneer of accountability to the push to allow public dollars in Mississippi to flow to private schools, supporters of school choice say they would require voucher recipients to take standardized tests, similar to those that public school students take
Chancellor Joseph Kilgore was slated to announce plans for a Sixth Chancery District Youth Drug Court this week after the Star-Herald deadline.