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David Creel: If I could turn back time

Posted 2/14/2010 in Columns

Beauty is ageless.



Caledonia seniors offered scholarship opportunity

Posted 2/14/2010 in About Town

This spring, one graduate of Caledonia High School will receive a $1,500 scholarship from the Shelter Insurance Foundation. The award will be sponsored and partially funded by local Shelter agent John Longmire.


A Victorian Valentine tea party serves up cookies and etiquette

Posted 2/14/2010 in Entertainment

“It is the social event of the season ... for 3, 4 and 5-year-olds,” Edwina Williams smiles.


David Creel: Saving and beauty can go hand in hand

Posted 2/9/2010 in Columns

If green is truly the new black, and since everyone from my 71-year-old mama to my 17-year-old niece begins ands ends every conversation talking about saving money, then 2010 could very well be the year for smart shopping. And that’s nothing to blush about.



David Creel: Every day can be a good hair day

Posted 2/9/2010 in Columns

With hundreds, if not thousands, of hairstylists chiseling, combing and coiffing the locks of ladies from the small town barber shops and beauty parlors to the swankiest of “citified” salons and image studios, I ask myself the same question that lots of first-time clients have asked me. Underwhelmed or downright displeased with their last cut, they sit in a new stylist’s chair and ask: “Why can’t I get a good haircut?”



Rob Hardy: A history of service

Posted 2/9/2010 in Columns

From Jane Austen’s “Pride and Prejudice” to Robert Altman’s “Gosford Park,” the English country house plays a role in the imagination as it has in English society and history. It is a role that has changed greatly over the centuries, as has the role of the servants who ran the places.


Music and history meld in Clyde Lindley’s insatiable quest

Posted 2/6/2010 in Entertainment

Clyde Lindley always keeps a spare guitar around, just in case. “You never know who may come along,” he offers with a wry grin, indicating a striking, new red instrument kept handy in his Starkville apartment.


Adele Elliott: Incommunicado 

Posted 2/6/2010 in Columns

We are united by jillions of connections, visible and invisible. You can call it a network, or the World Wide Web, or links. But, no matter, we are tangled in a labyrinth that no one really understands.



Shannon Bardwell: Life’s not a picnic

Posted 2/6/2010 in Columns

In my family, life was a picnic. Everything we did as a family somehow revolved around eating. As a young girl my dad would take me to hunting camp with him and the extended family. Everyone was loaded in jeeps and pickups; each hunter supplied with a brown paper bag filled with breakfast biscuits (the homemade kind) sausage, ham, cheese, assorted snacks and a thermos of hot coffee.



Roger Trusedale: 'You got that right'

Posted 2/6/2010 in Columns

“Barney came to the gossip bench and said ‘I barbecued a dog on a tractor axle yesterday down at the dump yard’ And nobody looked surprised, if they were listening at all ‘Cause when you’re old to act surprised you have to try real hard.” “Barney” – Written and recorded by Mac McAnally I’m to service station food what Craig Claiborne is to the finer dining establishments in New York. On my travels here and yon I have subconsciously recorded where the lamps are that warm the best burritos, egg rolls and, above all, chicken tenders that Mississippi has to offer.


Barefield named 2011 Lowndes Junior Miss

Posted 2/6/2010 in Entertainment

The Lowndes County Junior Miss Program has awarded $3,650 in college scholarships to deserving high school juniors in Lowndes County. In a program at Joe Cook Elementary Fine Arts Magnet School Jan. 23 Meredith Barefield, a junior at New Hope High School was chosen as the 2011 Lowndes County Junior Miss, succeeding Rachel Burttram. Meredith was also a scholarship award winner in the Interview, Fitness and Self Expression categories.

Donation of uniform, memorabilia honors law enforcement past

Posted 2/6/2010 in Columns

Family, friends and others gathered Wednesday afternoon at the lobby of the Columbus Municipal Building as Garth Palmer’s family presented Columbus Police Department Chief Joseph St. John with Palmer’s police uniform, badges and other memorabilia at a special ceremony.


‘Man Gone Down’ is focus of Friends’ Book Talk

Posted 2/6/2010 in Entertainment

Columbus native Andrew Colom will review the book “Man Gone Down,” by Michael Thomas, for the Friends of the Library Book Talk Wednesday, Feb. 10, at 2 p.m. The program at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library at 314 Seventh St. N. is free and open to the public.



West Point-Clay Arts Council offers art lovers’ day trip

Posted 2/6/2010 in Entertainment

The West Point-Clay County Arts Council is sponsoring a Gallery Hop and Shop bus trip to Jackson, Thursday, Feb. 18. Stops will include the Mississippi Crafts Center, home of the Craftsmen’s Guild of Mississippi, Renaissance at Colony Park and Southern Breeze Gallery. Other gallery visits planned are B. Liles Studio, Mark Millet Studio and Gallery and View Gallery.



Haskell to kick Off 100 Years of Scouting, honor Eagle Scouts

Posted 2/6/2010 in Entertainment

The year 2010 commemorates 100 Years of Scouting for the Boy Scouts of America. The Pushmataha Area Council is kicking off the celebration by honoring 25 members of the Frances Wells Memorial Eagle Class of 2009 and 29 Religious Emblem Honorees.



Pilot Club offers scholarship opportunity

Posted 2/6/2010 in Entertainment

The Pilot Club of Columbus is currently taking applications for the Sara P. Lawrence Memorial Scholarship to Mississippi University for Women. This $1,000 scholarship is given annually to a Lowndes County graduate who will be an entering freshman in the fall of 2010.



‘Everything Garden’ Expo set March 6-7 at Horse Park

Posted 2/6/2010 in Entertainment

Gardeners, take heart. Winter may be bearing down, but spring will be ushered in early this year at Mississippi State University.



David Creel: P.S.: I Love Me

Posted 2/6/2010 in Columns

The human heart is conditioned to feel love for others on Valentine’s Day and to express it in numerous ways — a hand-picked bouquet of flowers, a heartfelt sentiment scribbled inside a card, or chocolates.



Rob Hardy: Classic toys

Posted 2/5/2010 in Columns

You know all about awards programs like the Oscars. You know there is a Baseball Hall of Fame (and maybe you know there are plenty of halls of fame for minor sports like, say, trap-shooting). Did you know there was a hall of fame for toys? Something called the Strong National Museum of Play, located in Rochester, N.Y., is on a mission of “exploring play to promote learning, creativity and discovery and to illuminate American cultural history,” according to George Rollie Adams, President and CEO of the museum.



Rob Hardy: "One Night of Madness"

Posted 2/5/2010 in Columns

The unpleasant history of racism in Mississippi through the 1950s has plenty of familiar stories of black people persecuted and white people allowed to persecute because that was just the way things were done back then.



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