Wednesday, January 28, 2009

The New & Improved Natchez Blog

I started this blog several years ago in response to some outrageous behaviors by our Mayor and Board of Aldermen. We have a new administration now, and although they're far from perfect, they are a big improvement. I no longer go to all the meetings and really can't report regularly on city happenings anymore. So I've been mulling over what to do with this blog.

I came up with the idea of having a community blog - where lots of local people would blog here whenever they felt like it. And it won't be just about politics anymore. We'll write about whatever strikes our fancy. And we'll all use our real names, so you can tell us in person what you think - as well as posting any comments you wish.

Before announcing this new endeavor, I wanted to be sure someone besides me would actually be writing. I have found three friends who bravely agreed to give it a shot, and they're signing up now. So soon you'll see some new ideas here, just in case you were tired of mine.

And we're looking for more writers - the more the merrier! So if you want to join us or know someone who is, just shoot me an email. The only rules are no major profanity or personal attacks - and you must write using your real name. (Warning:We are picky about spelling and grammar.) The pay is not very good - in fact, it's nonexistent - but the company's good.

You'll be hearing from us soon!

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Gosh, liberal Casey- to bad we ain't all educated as well as you is. Sum of hour's grammer and speling might not be up to yore standirts.

Must be good to be sew purfect and sit in judgement of others.

Maria Bowser said...

well, Anon, I hope that your mind is more open than it would appear your sense of humor is....you certainly remind me of the blogger on the Democrat that sees no good in anything. Be brave and leave your real name! Maria

Anonymous said...

Ha Ha Maria- you make me laugh!Jump through the hoop now, maria.

Casey Ann said...

Anonymous comments will no longer be allowed. If you want to comment, you'll at least have to use your Google name. We'll see how that works.