Hwy. 51 Revisited: Jackson, Mississippi (pt. 1)

Home of civil rights leader Medgar Evers. Photo By Jesse Brooks. By Jesse Brooks There seems to be a reoccurring theme of crossroads on this journey. The crossroads are a change in direction, a change of scenery, or a complete change of philosophy. Not many cities in America understand that, or embody that, as well as... Continue Reading →

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Hwy. 51 Revisited: McComb, Mississippi

By Jesse Brooks McComb, Mississippi is the kind of town that seems to get by on day-to-day business. It doesn’t beat its chest to declare that it is better than somewhere else or decorate itself as something flashy. However, the best way to describe McComb is welcoming. You can walk into a public place or... Continue Reading →

Tigers’ Baker named District 9-2A MVP

LEADING THE PACK- Senior Independence forward Melvin Baker named District 9-2A MVP. File photo by Matthew Roy. By Jesse Brooks Both Independence and Amite boys basketball squads turned in highly successful seasons in which the programs surpassed the first round of postseason tournament play in Class 2A. One Tangipahoa Parish's best prospects, Independence senior forward... Continue Reading →

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