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Veterans remembered with parade, ceremony

Posted 11/12/2011 in Community

"We lived, felt dawn, saw sunset glow, loved and were loved ..." So says the enduring poem, "In Flanders Fields," penned by Canadian doctor Lt. Col. John McRae in 1915 to honor the death of a friend and encourage people to never forget the human cost of battle. A few years later, on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of 1918, Germany signed the Armistice and World War I -- the "war to end all wars" -- drew to a close. But the wars did not end.


David Creel: Thanksgiving: Of memories and makeovers

Posted 11/11/2011 in Columns

One of my best memories is quite a simple one. The night before Thanksgiving, falling asleep with the sounds of Mama clinking pots around in the kitchen, the smell, how heavenly, of turkey baking slowly in the oven put me right off to dreamland many nights.



David Creel: Does changing seasons mean changing your hair?

Posted 11/11/2011 in Columns

"There is a season, turn, turn, turn ..." It was said first in Ecclesiastes, at least as far as I know, and then it was sung by the Byrds. Since then, it has been applied to matters of life and death, the rise and fall of empires, the success and failure of relationships, even a person's changing interests as he or she matures.



Adele Elliott: Cha-cha-changes

Posted 11/11/2011 in Columns

"All changes, even the most longed for, have their melancholy; for what we leave behind us is a part of ourselves; we must die to one life before we can enter another."  Anatole France



Adele Elliott: While I slept

Posted 11/11/2011 in Columns

It's been a pretty tough week at the Elliott-Hannon household. We worked really hard creating a pre-Halloween event. Maybe it was just too hard for me, because, although our tour was a huge success, I spent the rest of the week in bed with all sorts of ailments.


Historic church architecture, gardens and antiques are focus of Decorative Arts and Preservation Forum

Posted 10/30/2011 in Entertainment

The year was 1863. The country was mired in civil war, but in the small town of Columbus, Miss., Father J.B. Mouton, a French missionary, had a vision. He saw a new church, one inspired by his memory of the glorious 13th-century Sainte-Chapelle in the heart of Paris.

New Hope senior headed to Miss Mississippi Teen

Posted 10/30/2011 in Community

On the weekend of Nov. 3-5, young ladies from all across the state will vie for the title of Miss Mississippi Teen USA 2012 in Tunica. One of them will be 17-year-old Amber Leigh Cheezum, a senior at New Hope High School in Lowndes County.


Gardening expert to speak Friday

Posted 10/30/2011 in Community

Best-selling garden book author Bobby J. Ward will be speaking at Mississippi State University on Nov. 4. Ward will speak at Tully Auditorium in Thompson Hall on MSU's campus in Starkville from 10 until 11 a.m. The event is free and open to the public.



David Creel: Forty years of lessons learned

Posted 10/30/2011 in Columns

It's been a long time coming -- 40 years to be exact -- but my birthday is next week. And, yes, it's the big one, so I thought I would take a few moments and share a few things I have learned along the way.



Kempker named MUW humanities teacher of the year

Posted 10/30/2011 in Community

Mississippi University for Women is celebrating Dr. Erin Kempker, assistant professor in the Department of History, Political Science and Geography, as its Humanities Teacher Award recipient for the academic school year.



Adele Elliott: On the road

Posted 10/30/2011 in Columns

Chris and I took a little road trip last weekend, because I was hired to write a series of travel blogs for a neighboring state.


Kappa Pi art auction to benefit high school program

Posted 10/30/2011 in Community

The art program at Caledonia High School will soon have more resources thanks to the Drawing Out Success program run by students of Mississippi University for Women's Kappa Pi International Honorary Art Fraternity.

New Harmonies: Smithsonian exhibit and CAC offer immersion into early music of America

Posted 10/23/2011 in Entertainment

Roots. As a little girl, Linda Lou Richardson couldn't get enough of the tinny tunes coming from her parents' old battery-operated radio. "LuLu" would dance through the house, clutching a ragged straw broom like a treasured guitar, singing along to Hank Williams Sr., live from the Grand Ole Opry.


Nobel Prize winner will share 'defining science' Wednesday

Posted 10/23/2011 in Entertainment

Sir Harold W. Kroto, winner of the 1996 Nobel Prize in Chemistry, will be featured Oct. 26 in a special program at Mississippi State.



Kirkin o' the Tartans service to honor Presbytery heritage

Posted 10/23/2011 in Community

On Sunday, Oct. 30, the beautifully plaintive song of the bagpipe will call the congregation of Columbus' First Presbyterian Church to worship at the "top of the hill" on Bluecutt Road.



MSU cheese store extends hours, takes holiday orders

Posted 10/23/2011 in Community

The staff at the Mississippi Agricultural and Forestry Experiment Station Sales Store, located on Mississippi State University's campus, is encouraging patrons to place orders now for the holidays and to take advantage of products suited to tailgating.



Saturday to mark grand opening of Starkville Pilot Club Music Trail

Posted 10/22/2011 in Community

The exuberant beat of an "alligator" drum and plink of marimbas will ring out at Starkville's McKee Park on Lynn Lane Saturday at the grand opening of the first phase of the Pilot Club Music Trail at 10 a.m.



Christie's 'Mousetrap' mystery begins Thursday at MUW

Posted 10/22/2011 in Entertainment

Murder and mystery take centerstage Oct. 27-29 when the Department of Music and Theatre at Mississippi University for Women presents Agatha Christie's "The Mousetrap" in Cromwell Theatre.



Adele Elliott: Advice cop

Posted 10/22/2011 in Columns

It is said that the difference between women's magazines and men's is that magazines aimed at women are all about self-improvement, and men's are about how great they are. I do most of my magazine reading in the checkout line at Kroger (aka K. Roger, thanks to Ms. Stone!). It appears that there is much truth to this.



David Creel: Behold: Younger eyes, younger you

Posted 10/22/2011 in Columns

I have been in the business of beauty for 20 years, whether in the hustle and bustle of one of my salons or armed with an arsenal of brushes at the makeup counters, so this fellow knows some tricks you are sure to find a treat this fall.



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