Good fortune just smiled on Michael Pan. Viewers of NBC's TODAY show July 10 saw nutrition and wellness contributor Dave Zinczenko showcase a few of his favorites from among about 200,000 items featured at the recent Summer Fancy Food Show in New York City.
As a senior at Aberdeen High School in the spring of 1994, Scott Rowe was named "Most Likely to Succeed." The honor has proven prophetic many times over.
Genuine car enthusiasts seldom get enough of admiring vehicles and talking "shop."
July is National Hot Dog Month, and that sent me digging into the back story of one of America's favorite foods. What an entertaining side trip it was.
Joy Nabors is into speed and precision, into pushing limits with a near half-ton, hairy partner in a sport ruled by athleticism, control and split-second decisions.
Several years ago, barber John Campbell was sitting on his sofa in Starkville in the wee hours. If the sun had been up, one might have said he was daydreaming. He's done a lot of that since he was 4 years old, he says, pointing toward the framed patents that hang on his wall today.
Summer may be uppermost in the minds of kids right now, but parents are aware school bells will be ringing in just more than a month.
Every culture has beautification rituals. In parts of the South, they entail rise and shine, put on makeup, do your hair a certain way, and don't forget the pearls.
Mississippi State Extension Service's Quick Bites programs in July focus on the role we all play in water conservation in Mississippi, as well going small with beekeeping.
In two short weeks, we'll be showing our red, white and blue.
In the spring of 2017, Ethan Stone surprised his father with, "Dad, teach me about the bees."
Ethan, now 13, may not have realized quite what he was in for.
Elvis -- or at least the festive spirit of Elvis -- will be in the building Friday night.
A near-20-month rehabilitation project of Columbus' historic City Hall earned a Mississippi Heritage Award for Restoration at a ceremony in Ocean Springs June 7.
As maintenance manager at a Columbus plant, Chris Allen tackles some pretty big jobs. At home, however, he's into the smaller things of life. Really small.
Tom Kennedy leans over and lifts a ledger from a stack of them on his coffee table. There are five in all. The 83-year-old opens the worn, green covers of the book he holds, and there they are -- the miles he's run, meticulously recorded in line after line, number after number.
Alison Buehler of Starkville once heard a speaker at a conference say, "If you know a good path somewhere, it's your obligation to share it."
What began in Caledonia as an effort to decorate the countryside with barn quilts on old barns, churches and other structures has crossed into city limits to brighten downtown Columbus.
More than a decade after it began, the free Sounds of Summer concert series at the Columbus Riverwalk returns for its 11th encore Thursday, June 7, from 7-9 p.m.
When Sharon Patrick became a Mississippi State University Extension Service Agent, her goal was to make sure all Lowndes County youth ages 5 to 18 were aware of 4-H and all it offered.
It's farmers market season, and Caledonia is joining the movement.
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