Momma was taken to the emergency room; when I arrived the nurse said, "Follow me."
Rube Burrows was called by some publications, "The King of the Outlaws." Though his exploits were limited to Alabama, Mississippi, Arkansas and Texas, his fame or notoriety was nationwide. He became the most feared train robber of the late 1880s.
Mascara has come a long way, baby.
Organizers have announced Percy Sledge and Bobby "Blue" Bland are confirmed to co-headline the Legends Concert that will anchor a four-day Sam Hairston Celebration Oct. 13-16.
The Columbus Arts Council will present the Mississippi Symphony Orchestra in concert Saturday, Sept. 18, at 7 p.m. at Rent Auditorium on the campus of Mississippi University for Women in Columbus.
Three Columbus artists are among eight fine art affiliate members to be featured in the Gallery 782 Co-Art in Biloxi.
The other day I got an e-mail from the boss lady here at the paper explaining how we are going for a new look in our columnists' photos, so a new picture was the order of the day.
After 43 years, the YMCA's logo is getting a facelift. The refreshed design, with its multiple color options and contemporary look, reflects the vibrancy of the Y and the diversity of the communities it serves, say local and national Y personnel. The former logo had been in place since 1967 and was the organization's sixth since its inception.
Many of us remember these lyrics from the late 1960s. The war in Vietnam was at its most violent point. Families were shattered by conflicting views on causes and patriotism. While the battles raged in Southeast Asia, at home, cities were exploding with anger and anarchy. We wanted so much to believe in the power of the planets. We wanted a real peace.
For Stan Murray, unwinding after a long day at the office has very little to do with stopping by a favorite watering hole -- but everything to do with getting on the water.
Unemployment in the Golden Triangle now ranges anywhere from 10.7 percent (Oktibbeha County) to 22 percent (Noxubee County). In light of these staggering numbers, I think now may be a good time to review a few methods of finding both work (for the unemployed) and workers (for employers).
One morning a zucchini plant in the middle of the garden was missing its leaves; a few okra tops had disappeared, too.
Trip Richmond has a soft spot for animals. Dogs, especially. The country music artist and his girlfriend, Kim, currently have five rescue dogs among their menagerie. But the memory of one very special shelter dog fuels Richmond's inspiration for a major concert in Columbus Aug. 14, to benefit the Columbus-Lowndes Humane Society.
Do you believe in magic? I do ... maybe a bit too much.
The Columbus Arts Council's Rosenzweig Arts Center, 501 Main St., announces an upcoming gallery show and sale, "Mid-Century Expressions: Art inspired by the 1940s, '50s and '60s." Area artists are invited to participate. Exhibition dates are Nov. 1-Dec. 31.
An aviation exhibit is on display through August in the Greater Starkville Development Partnership lobby at 200 E. Main St., in Starkville.
It's always exciting to bring a new puppy into the family, with the joy that a furry bundle can bring to adults and children alike.
OXFORD -- America's first blues publication, Living Blues, not only celebrated its Ruby Anniversary when its 208th issue hit newsstands Aug. 1, but also marks 40 years of setting the international standard for blues journalism.
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