Mike’s Monday Morning Missive’s

After a wet weekend with little fan fare, I am energized and thinking today may be the best day for some much needed yard work… maybe.

Stateside:

If you were in NYC over the weekend and making the rounds on the Sunday show circuit then you may have ran into Rickey Cole

With the certification completed, Mayor Johnny DuPree is on track to begin his fourth term as mayor of the “Hub City”

Darren Musselwhite takes the reins in Southaven.

Officials in Wesson announced a $1 million expansion project slated for Copiah-Lincoln College where Central District Transportation Commissioner Dick Hall was on hand making the presentation.

U.S. Rep. Steven Palazzo has harsh words for the Immigration proposal likely headed to the congress soon!

Sen. Willie Simmons and Rep. Tommy Taylor working to keep Rosedale’s Community Work Center open.

Oktibbeha County Democratic Executive Committee member Patti Drapala wants Starkville Democratic officials disciplined for attending GOP fundraiser.

Joe Nosef to state Democrats, not so fast because we have 9 out of the 15 most populous cities, and the state house and the state senate and 7 out of the 8 statewide officials and…. well, I think you get it.

Sen. Thad Cochran introduced a bill today to prevent flood insurance rate increases.

An unlikely alliance or is it? Trent Lott

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