6 Important Tips for Helping Someone with an Addiction

    Whether it be a drug, alcohol, or gambling addiction, it isn’t easy for anyone who is involved. The person themselves knows they have a problem but struggles to conquer it. The people around them have to sit back and watch as their own lives get affected by the decisions of one person. Helping…

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Theatre students create read-along books

    Clinton High School’s Arrow Flight, the Theatre for Youth competition class, recently created read-alongs of their favorite children’s books for Read Across America week. The short videos were shared with all of the elementary schools in the district. RELATED: Children’s Opera Offers Students Unique Way of Dealing With Real World Issues Several students were also…

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Useful Tips For Choosing A Stairlift

Having a stairlift in your home can be beneficial for a number of different reasons; there can be an elderly relative living with you or someone who got significantly injured. However, there are a variety of models available of stairlifts to choose from. The process of searching for the most suitable one can be quite…

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Life Settlement & Life Insurance Policies: 3 Things You Should Know

Just 20 years ago, not many laws regarding life settlements were employed to protect investors, senior citizens, and families. However, in today’s world, life insurance has come a long way, making sure that the situation has improved. Laws associated with the protection of senior consumers, as well as their families, were established to better regulate…

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Worker Shortages Threaten Commerce, Supply and Distribution Chains

By: Andy Gipson, Mississippi Commissioner of Agriculture and Commerce   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 mandates driven by the virus and by CDC recommendations forced many people other than those deemed “essential workers” to stay home…

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The Industries That Are Powering Mississippi

  The so-called Magnolia State has undoubtedly gone through some turbulent economic times in the past. But, as we head into 2021, there are some very positive signs, as well as many industries that are flourishing.   To take a look at the stats, the population is almost 3 million people and the gross state…

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