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Dallas-raised Stephen Tobolowsky on faith, his new book and everyone's Old Testament lives

Dallas News
In the past three decades, he has become a beloved character actor who displays both comedy and drama chops in more than 100 films as diverse as Groundhog Day and Mississippi Burning. He's been on more than 200 TV shows ranging from Deadwood ...

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Opinion: Trump inspires best journalism we've seen in years

Edmonton Journal
The murderers were acquitted in a subsequent trial, but Dearman refused to accept the miscarriage of justice. His struggle was captured in the film “Mississippi Burning.” When I went to Mississippi to cover the reopening of the case in 1999, Dearman ...

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Mississippi Forestry Commission conducts controlled burn

WTOK
The heavy haze is a part of a controlled burn placed in part by the Mississippi Forestry Commission. The burn is to help keep the forest clean and prevent any dangerous fires from accelerating in the near future. "This land joins Highway 45, the 4-lane ...

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Book review: Greg Iles brings his 'Natchez Burning' trilogy to an end

mySanAntonio.com
Mississippi Blood,” the concluding novel by Greg Iles in a trilogy featuring lawyer Penn Cage, is part fast-paced crime thriller and part tense-but-tedious courtroom drama. All of it flows darkly around racial mysteries and revenge along the ...

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