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Being Beautiful: Of miniature marshmallows and times gone by

Posted 12/9/2017 in Columns

Just last night while lying in bed with my Great Dane, flannel pajamas and the classic holiday movie "A Christmas Carol" playing, I sipped hot chocolate from my favorite Rudolph mug, the one with the chip on it.


Identity thieves target children's information

Posted 12/9/2017 in Community

Identity theft takes many forms, but theft of a child's identity is one of the most difficult frauds to detect and can go unnoticed for years.

Playing in the dirt: December tips for green thumbs (and Christmas trees)

Posted 12/9/2017 in Columns

Have a Holly Jolly Christmas and Happy Holidays, whichever you celebrate.


Out There for the week of December 10, 2017

Posted 12/9/2017 in Entertainment



Community Calendar for the week of December 10, 2017

Posted 12/9/2017 in Entertainment


4-County Foundation reaches milestone in giving

Posted 12/9/2017 in Community

The 4-County Electric Power Association Foundation has reached a milestone, exceeding $500,000 in gifts to organizations in the cooperative's nine-county service area.

Mississippi Voice Symposium, Institute at MSU to feature Metropolitan Opera soprano Oropesa

Posted 12/9/2017 in Entertainment

The voice and choral areas of Mississippi State University's nationally accredited Department of Music are welcoming high school and college students and educators Jan. 19-20 for the third annual Mississippi Voice Symposium and Institute.

Anne's Kitchen: Holiday birds and other goodies

Posted 12/6/2017 in Food

If I had to sum up the last two weeks in one word it would be "turkey."

Don't blanch: The secret to sauteeing vegetables is a boil

Posted 12/6/2017 in Food

Every weeknight, 6 p.m. rolls around, and across America, we scramble to find something to feed our families.

KitchenWise: Ants in a Tree is a crowd-pleaser

Posted 12/6/2017 in Food

Ants in a Tree is the English translation of the Chinese name for this classic recipe.

Cooking on deadline: Winter greens, apple, cranberry salad

Posted 12/6/2017 in Food

When it comes to planning a holiday spread, a salad is often an afterthought.

Keeping time with history: 'The clocks that saved a village' still have stories to tell

Posted 12/4/2017 in Community

Ella Benton fell in love in Paris in 2015. Not with her husband, in this particular reference, but with a clock. A curvaceous, charming thing she came across in a dusty, antique shop.

Experience sights and sounds of First Christmas Dec. 8-10

Posted 12/2/2017 in Community

Work is well underway to transform a grassy lot on Military Road in Columbus into a bustling Bethlehem marketplace for First Christmas.

Columbus Sings 'Messiah' returns Dec. 12

Posted 12/2/2017 in Entertainment

Columbus Sings "Messiah" returns Tuesday, Dec. 12.

West Lowndes art department, band plan for first Arts Bazaar

Posted 12/2/2017 in Community

West Lowndes High School fine arts department will host the first WLHS Christmas Arts Bazaar from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 7 in the school gym at 644 S. Frontage Road.

Multi-church collaboration leads to first Star(k)filled Christmas

Posted 12/2/2017 in Community

When many minds meet, good things tend to happen.


'12 Days of Christmas' to support Starkville Pregnancy Care Center

Posted 12/2/2017 in Community

Each December, Paige Lawes hosts "12 Days of Christmas" at Three Generations Tea Room in Starkville.



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