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Letters to the Editor

Latest Letters to the Editor

Locals respond to actions of Senator Wicker

We were shocked and appalled by Senator Roger Wicker’s vote against President Trump‘s emergency declaration to secure our southern border. Senator Wicker explained his vote ... Read more

1 year ago by Special to the Item.

Thanks to the Picayune officer who saved the day

A little over a month ago on Monday, October 29th my wife and I were                   on I- ... Read more

2 years ago by Jeremy Pittari.

Additional thoughts on power rates

By Jeff Dow Picayune This is in regard to the article of Saturday, Dec. 2nd. 2017, front page titled “Mississippi utility inks deal on troubled ... Read more

3 years ago by Special to the Item.

Letter to the editor: Thank you to the gentleman that returned my wallet

I grew up in Picayune, lived here all my life until I moved away for college in 2001. I was ready for bigger and better ... Read more

3 years ago by Special to the Item.

Letter to the editor: Positives from Mississippi Power’s construction of Kemper

Dear Editor: I’ll bet there are some people reading this letter who lived part of their lives with no electricity in their homes. At the ... Read more

3 years ago by Special to the Item.

Looking for police officer to protect and serve

Wanted: Individual to work swing shifts, work during emergencies and listen to excuses and lies the public tell you (and wants you to believe). Must ... Read more

3 years ago by Special to the Item.

Letter to the Editor: Picayune beautification efforts

Some citizens of north Picayune have been volunteering to improve the look of our city.  Lolita and Jim Howell as well as Mike Pind have ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Report.

What is the problem with healthcare?

Donald Trump ran on the promise to “repeal and replace .” And he seems to be ok with a watered down version of Ocare. My ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Report.

Cutting costs

Electricity, it does so many things that help make our daily lives better. What would we do without it? In general, people would probably perish ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Report.

Rise & Shine race goes far beyond dollars

HATTIESBURG, MISS. – My “half-marathon” days began approximately 30 years ago. I use the term half-marathon only as an analogy of the race that I ... Read more

3 years ago by Staff Report.

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