Features Reporter, Clarion-Ledger
Features reporter for The Clarion-Ledger in Jackson, MS.
facebook.com — Mississippians, Jackson, MS. 727 likes · 37 talking about this. This is a fan page that serves as a companion to the Mississippians Facebook Group and enables updates. It is for anyone with any tie to the state. Maybe you just lived here briefly and moved away or visited and never forgot it.
cmt.com — (CMT Offstage keeps a 24/7 watch on everything that's happening with country music artists behind the scenes and out of the spotlight.) Remember when that fan grabbed the really important part of Tim McGraw's jeans and Faith Hill went crazy? Me, too. I remember it like it was yesterday, not 2007.
clarionledger.com — The Southaven mayoral election has been a heated race this year, primarily because the state auditor's office has accused incumbent Greg Davis of financial wrongdoings. Come June 4, we'll see whether or not Southaven re-elects Davis as mayor again, but today two Republican mayoral candidates are in the primary runoff election.
geekologie.com — This is Venus, a three year old chimera cat. WTF is a chimera cat? CUTE AS A BUTTON. Chimera cat is one individual organism, but genetically its own fraternal twin. A chimera is typically formed from four parent cells (either two fertilized eggs, or two early embryos that have fused together).
blogs.clarionledger.com — Johnny Burgess Jr. grew up in a poverty-stricken neighborhood in west Jackson impacted by violence at an early age. In 1997, when he was 9, someone broke into his father's apartment and stabbed him to death during a brawl. ( Read The Clarion-Ledger version of the story and watch a video about Burgess.)
clarionledger.com — Feel like getting in the water this weekend and racing like a fire breathing dragon is on your tail? If so, you may want to check out the Dragon Boat Regatta Saturday at Old Trace Park in Ridgeland on the Ross Barnett Reservoir. Opening ceremonies begin at 9 a.m.
facebook.com — Hi Mississippians. We're working on a story, and need your help. Here it is: It's been recommended that states reduce the allowable blood-alcohol concentration from .08 percent to .05 percent. We're looking for social drinkers who can give their opinions on this for a news story. What do you think about this recommendation?
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