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The blue outline is the location of the property being considered. The grey outline is the city limits of Ridgeland.
The blue outline is the location of the property being considered. The grey outline is the city limits of Ridgeland.
Wednesday, December 4, 2019 12:00 PM
The deadline to voice opposition to a third smelly garbage dump in south Madison County is Tuesday and everyone should voice opposition on the grounds we’re not the dumping ground of the South.
  • Republican Jim Harreld has filed a challenge to the Nov. 5 District 4 supervisor election alleging issues with split precincts where individuals who were not supposed to get ballots did, among other things.
  • At first glance, it would appear that five months of pro-democracy protests in Hong Kong had produced a stunning triumph.
  • According to progressive websites, Thanksgiving is a day devoted to arguing with your right-wing uncle. According to advertisements, it’s the day before Black Friday. In reality, it is a most American holiday.
  • MCGILBERY/Proposed landfill is an environmental injustice
    There are times when you have to “take one for the team”. We are taught to put others’ needs before our own. These are good attributes, but there are also times when a community must stand up for itself.
  • God, who at various times and in various ways spoke in time past to the fathers by the prophets, has in these last days spoken to us by His Son, whom He has appointed heir of all things, through whom also He made the worlds;
  • BIBLICAL PERSPECTIVE/Draw near, hold fast, consider how
    Please turn to Hebrews 10:19-25. The themes that have run throughout the book of Hebrews is that Jesus is a better priest, and that He is a better sacrifice of a better covenant. This passage summarizes and crystallizes that truth and begins to apply it to our hearts. In verses 19-21, the author of Hebrews wants us to see that our whole
  • GETTING THE MESSAGE/Matthew 15:21-28
    This week we look at the subject of faith, and in this story a Canaanite woman is used as an example of faith for us. The Lord Jesus at the end of the story commends her for having “great faith,” thus directing us to emulate her faith.
  • We’re going to have another election challenge in District 4, but this one could have legs because it’s looking like some voters in split precincts were given the wrong ballot.
  • DUNCAN/Cleansed once for all
    Please turn to Hebrews 10:1-18. Scripture is clear that you and I were created for communion with God. However, we lost that communion in the fall of our first parents, Adam and Eve.
  • GETTING THE MESSAGE/Thanksgiving 2019
    This is the week we observe Thanksgiving Day. The origin of this day is from the Pilgrims in the area of Plymouth, Massachusetts, in the fall of 1621. They gathered to give thanks to the Lord for their first harvest in the new world. We can learn a lot about the true meaning of Thanksgiving from studying the Pilgrims. We can learn from their reasons to come to America. They originally left England and moved to Holland to have religious freedom from the established church under King James I. Holland, unlike England, allowed liberty to worship God according to your own conscience, but the Pilgrims soon found out that it was a difficult country to raise children.
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