MTLA News Roundup
July 28, 2004

Controversial ruling on change of venue challenged
 
Quebecor labor investigation continues in Corinth
 
Appeals Court Judge Barnes choice praised by DJournal
Mitchell McNutt Barnes profile online
 
Florida electronic voting machines show flaws
 
Barbour staff clarifies Parchman statement
 
 
CONVENTION NEWS
Coast delegates interviewed
Ron Reagan says "vote for stem-cell research"
Freedom Democrats take center stage
Burns Strider tries to wrest patriotism issue from GOP
The state delegates
Marshall Ramsey on Clinton's "warm up"
NE Mississippi delegates profiled
 
Fred LaRue, key Watergate figure, dies at age 75
 
Young docs working fewer hours
 
Parents sue over detention of American in Saudi Arabia
 
CEO Payhike doubles
 
Neshoba County Fair going strong -- Sen. Williamson spoke this morning
Sid Salter missing the big event for Boston
Speaker's schedule
 
Medicaid transition will not be easy officials admit
 
The Daily Journal on Barnes' Appointment
Tupelo lawyer chosen to fill vacancy on state appeals court

7/26/2004 2:44:41 PM
Daily Journal

The Associated Press

JACKSON — Donna M. Barnes of Tupelo was named Monday by Gov. Haley Barbour to fill a vacancy on the Mississippi Court of Appeals.

Barnes, 43, replaces Appeals Judge Roger H. McMillin Jr., who retired April 30.

“Donna is a woman of integrity and high moral character who has a great legal mind,” Barbour said in making the appointment. “I know that she will be an asset to Mississippi’s judicial system.”

McMillin was one of the original members of the Appeals Court. He was first elected to the court in November 1994 from the First Congressional District. The district encompasses parts of 23 counties from the Tennessee border to Choctaw County.