Susan Doty gets up every morning to do battle with breast cancer.
Novelist Daniel Wallace returns as the keynote speaker at the 29th annual Eudora Welty Writers' Symposium, Oct. 19-21, reading from his new novel, "Extraordinary Adventures."
Two Apollo astronauts will speak at Mississippi State University Oct. 11 highlighting their space experiences and celebrating MSU's recent admission to the prestigious Astronaut Scholarship Foundation.
On Friday, Oct. 13, Mississippi University for Women will host its annual Oktoberfest festival. Festivities will take place from 5-8 p.m. on Shattuck Lawn.
As he first did in 2015, an internationally recognized Magnolia State musician will give a Mississippi State concert to benefit the university's Department of Music.
Cannas are commonly grown as large-specimen plants and look fantastic mass planted in landscapes.
I was taught first by my daddy, a proud veteran, then by my elementary school teachers that the flag is a symbol of everything American and should be treated as such.
"Choctaw Code Talkers of World War I" is the title of a special public program to be held Thursday, Oct. 12 at Mississippi State University.
The Department of Mathematics at Mississippi University for Women will host Sonya Kovalevsky High School Mathematics Day Tuesday, Oct.10 to honor the first woman to receive a doctoral degree in mathematics.
On the eve of Mississippi State University's homecoming, a Citywide Tailgate on Friday, Oct. 20, will serve as a fundraiser for United Way of North Central Mississippi and celebration of the Bulldogs, Starkville community and tailgating tradition.
Starting this month, Airbnb, the largest world's largest community-driven hospitality company, begins collecting and remitting state-administered occupancy taxes -- commonly known as hotel taxes -- on behalf of its hosts and guests.
When this column appears, I'll be back home in Columbus, but as I write it I'm on Day 8 of a 10-day road trip. To remain true to the spirit of my column, I'll relate the trip as food memories.
Eating healthy doesn't mean there isn't room for occasional treats like Chinese takeout or a drive-thru for our favorite one-of-a-kind cheeseburger.
I am smaller than a dime, and though I am cool, I can also burn. I can be many colors, but also none at all. I am a household name, but people rarely speak of me. What am I?
Here's a scrumptious treat for Halloween. It happens to be too delicate to give away to the trick-or-treaters, but it's just right for y-o-u and your family and friends at a Halloween party or dinner.
It may seem a simple thing, a paper clover, but to 4-H members, it means development programs and camps.
A talented musical family from the Pacific Northwest brings a repertoire of velvet harmonies to Mississippi State Tuesday for the university's next Lyceum Series event.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library is hosting a workshop titled "Preserving Family Photographs" on Thursday, Oct. 19 from 9 a.m. to noon at the library located at 314 Seventh St. N.