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State Ag Commissioner: Worker shortages threaten commerce, supply and distribution chains

For over a year, supply and distribution chains in America have been adversely affected by COVID-19 and the related workforce shutdowns. Initially, last spring, government ... Read more

1 day ago by Tim Reeves.

What’s to come could be better than we ever imagined

I am beginning to wonder if our February freeze may have had some effects on our flowers and foliage. I mean, is it just me ... Read more

2 days ago by Terri Cowart Frazier.

We want everyone to appreciate the treasures found downtown

Sunday, the riverboat Queen of the Mississippi will make another stop in Vicksburg. It is scheduled to arrive at 1:30 p.m. and leave just after ... Read more

3 days ago by Vicksburg Post Editorial Board.

No one was entertained by Aldermen Monsour and Mayfield’s ‘circus’

There’s an old — very old — political saying that if you want to keep the population at ease, give them bread and circuses. In ... Read more

4 days ago by John Surratt.

Wicker: Corporations try to cancel Georgia over common-sense voting reforms

 Mark Twain observed that “a lie can travel around the world and back again while the truth is lacing up its boots.” Today, powerful voices ... Read more

1 week ago by Tim Reeves.

Welcome the return of Miss Mississippi events and economic impact

There is no need for hyperbole. The numbers speak for themselves. There is no bigger single event in Vicksburg than the Miss Mississippi Competition and, ... Read more

1 week ago by Vicksburg Post Editorial Board.

Investment made by voters four years ago is paying off

Four years ago, Vicksburg was locked in another round of municipal elections, with incumbents up for re-election and a slate of newcomers and age-old competitors ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Vicksburg Post Editorial Board.

Turning out to vote is the least we can do for our society

We’ve written this editorial before so it would be far too easy to simply cut, paste and change a few numbers. It would be far ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Vicksburg Post Editorial Board.

Letter to the editor: Atwood applauded for his help with our schools, community

As Emmett Atwood retires from the automobile business, I feel it is time to thank him for the support he has given our hometown. Emmett has ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

These reports show just how transparent candidates want to be with the public

This week, the seven candidates taking part in Tuesday’s Democratic Party primaries — part of the Vicksburg municipal elections — were required to file campaign ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Vicksburg Post Editorial Board.

Wicker: Most provisions of S.1 are opposed by large majority of Americans

Last week, I participated in a hearing on S.1, a Democrat-written bill that is misleadingly named the “For the People Act.” This partisan bill amounts ... Read more

2 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

Like Christmas, Jesus is the reason for the season

This Sunday is a special day. Easter has so much meaning. It’s a religious holiday celebrated by Christians across the world and for many others, ... Read more

3 weeks ago by John Surratt.

Letter to the Editor: Thanks to those who rallied to support our neighbors in crisis

Dear editor, I welcome this opportunity to thank the following churches and individuals who answered my call and donated money to assist the citizens of ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

This pandemic has certainly changed the world

I have received my first dose of the Moderna vaccine and am scheduled for my second and final one today. There are no words as ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Terri Cowart Frazier.

Letter to the editor: Celebrating physicians this Doctor’s Day

Delivering medical care during a global pandemic has required teamwork at the highest level, and doctors are fundamental to this effort. As the country celebrates ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Bailey: Seeking to leave an exceptional legacy for our future

I’m the daughter of the late Bettye Jean Bailey who worked at the Vicksburg Country Club for many years. As a 53-year-old lifelong resident, I’ve ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Guest Columnist.

Moments of fear and sadness have been replaced with hope

In looking back through our archives, there are nearly 600 stories that we classified as related to the COVID-19 pandemic. When I saw that number ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Tim Reeves.

Challenges over the past year have made us stronger

In an editorial in mid-May, we questioned and criticized the Warren County Board of Supervisors’ plan to purchase 10,000 masks to distribute to local residents ... Read more

3 weeks ago by Vicksburg Post Editorial Board.

Renaming senior center in Miss Sue’s honor is a fitting tribute

Last Friday I had the opportunity to watch a ceremony honoring a very wonderful person. The ceremony renaming the Vicksburg Senior Center for Sue Roberts ... Read more

4 weeks ago by John Surratt.

It’s time to validate, challenge candidate claims

There’s never as good a season for misinformation than election season, and Vicksburg is right in the middle of it. As candidates fight and scrape ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Vicksburg Post Editorial Board.

Letter to the Editor: Tommie L. Williams was a Vicksburg hero

Dear editor, Tommie L. Williams spent much of his life doing what he loved, serving and helping the Vicksburg community. Starting out as a Magnolia ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Staff Reports.

Contribute to Vicksburg Living’s ‘Rolling on the River’ edition

Written by John Fogerty and performed by his band Creedence Clearwater Revival, “Proud Mary” is a rock ‘n roll song about a riverboat — a ... Read more

4 weeks ago by Terri Cowart Frazier.

Wicker: A larger Navy needed to counter China, Russia

Twenty years ago, China’s military influence did not extend more than a few hundred miles off the Chinese coast. Today, the situation has changed dramatically. ... Read more

1 month ago by Guest Columnist.

District’s latest graduation rate report is reason to celebrate

There should have been more fanfare. There should have been a celebration, a gathering, or even a parade to celebrate the news. Instead, at a ... Read more

1 month ago by Vicksburg Post Editorial Board.

Covering storms a challenging aspect of the job

Once again, it seems, the forces of nature have passed us by. Ever since April 2019, when three tornadoes ravaged Vicksburg and other areas of ... Read more

1 month ago by John Surratt.

Letter to the editor: Vicksburg would be far less interesting without The Strand

Dear editor, The Strand Theater is my favorite place in downtown Vicksburg. The community that Jack Burns and Daniel Boone have built around a love ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

Letter to the editor: The Strand has been an important part of Vicksburg’s culture

Dear editor, Thanks to your reporting I understand the future of The Strand Theater, one of Vicksburg’s essential landmarks, is currently at risk. I know ... Read more

1 month ago by Staff Reports.

State’s college tuition program is a conservative solution to a mounting problem

Hidden in the Biden administration’s $1.9 trillion spending bill was a small provision that made student loan forgiveness tax-free, which insiders believe was a sly ... Read more

1 month ago by Guest Columnist.

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