I knew sometime back that maintaining the website during the first quarter of 2016 would be a challenge as certain separate, discreet events converged all at once each of which required my immediate attention. I mention this now because I see a crack of daylight despite the fact my do list for the day job recently topped 35 items, composed of jobs both big and small which is nice. What’s neat is the way the community here has stepped up continuing certain posts with copious amounts of commentary. Thank you.
Posting will remain light for the next couple of weeks while I work the to do list down during the quiet before the storm of news fixing to hit here as the spring indictment season is again upon us. Over in the Bay, the end of the Trolley service is a soon coming topic over at the Community Center in the Depot District and overrides of the recent Mayoral vetoes related to the misappropriated DoJ funds are on tap.
On another note who would’ve thought Mississippi would be a micro-hotbed of radical Islam?
Accused terrorist-wannabe Muhammad Dakhlalla of Starkville set to plead guilty in NoMS fed court today, docket shows.
— PATSY BRUMFIELD (@REALNEWSQUEEN) March 11, 2016
A link from last year by TRex over at the Clarion Ledger gives vital background circa August 2015. Meantime Jaelyn Young’s trial is still on tap.
I forgot to mention that we’re currently beta testing the Slabbed website on a dedicated file server located at a secure hosting facility right here in South Mississippi. When the transition over to the new hosting arrangement is finalized my overall goal is that you folks won’t notice any difference.
Happy Friday evening to all.