Bank of Anguilla

Small bank making a big difference By Jack Criss Andy Anderson has been with the Bank of Anguilla since 1983. He is now the CEO and President of the very bank that foreclosed on the house in which he and his mother lived when he was a child after his parents divorced.  This is but […]

Mississippi Day

Inauguaral event to be held at the University of Mississippi in April By Jack Criss On Saturday, April 9 from 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. the campus of the University of Mississippi will host the first annual “Mississippi Day”  in the  Grove. There is no cost to attend the family-friendly event. Dr. Noel Wilkin, Provost […]

Childcare Challenges

The “Workforce Behind the Workforce” By Becky Gillette The first obligation of parents is to make sure their children are taken care of. But when parents have to choose between taking care of their children and holding down a full-time job, no one—including employers in a tight labor market—benefits. “Without access to reliable childcare, parents […]

Rep. Robert Sanders

No Cliche’: A Lifetime of Duty, Service and Dedication By Jack Criss  •  Photography by Holly Tharp The newest member of the Mississippi House of Representa-tives used to be in control of security at the state Capitol. And a basketball coach. And a police officer. And a professional athlete in Europe and South America. In […]