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Texas fans of 'Last Chance U' meet at EMCC game

Posted 9/15/2018 in Community

Longview, Texas resident Randall Latch, his wife, Jaye, and the couple's daughter, Christine, drove six hours from their hometown to Scooba on Aug. 30 to watch the East Mississippi Community College football team take on Hinds Community College in the season opener at Sullivan-Windham Field.

Mississippi Writers Trail unveils first marker, honors Eudora Welty

Posted 9/15/2018 in Entertainment

The Mississippi Writers Trail begins with the dedication of the inaugural marker honoring Eudora Welty outside her former home in Jackson Monday.

EMCC to host LAN party, eSports team tryouts

Posted 9/15/2018 in Entertainment

Gamers and the general public are invited to attend a Local Area Network, or LAN, party Friday, Sept. 21, from 6 p.m. to midnight in the Lyceum Auditorium on East Mississippi Community College's Golden Triangle campus.

 

Record-setting enrollment at MSU tops 22,000

Posted 9/15/2018 in Community

In its fifth consecutive year of historic growth, Mississippi State celebrates its 140-year anniversary by accelerating student enrollment well over the 22,000 mark, an attainment that's been a top priority for MSU President Mark E. Keenum.

 

In the garden with Felder: Thought of cold weather signals it's salad time

Posted 9/15/2018 in Columns

Too bad my tummy doesn't have eyes to better appreciate the colorful goodies I'm about to send its way right out of my little container garden.

 

Out There for the week of September 16, 2018

Posted 9/15/2018 in Entertainment

 

 

Community Calendar for the week of September 16, 2018

Posted 9/15/2018 in Entertainment

 

Southern Gardening: Pumpkins, squash and gourds, oh my!

Posted 9/15/2018 in Columns

I came to a shocking realization this past weekend: Even though it still feels like summer, the signs are all around us that fall is about to begin.

 

School news: Bennett makes semifinals

Posted 9/15/2018 in Community

 

 

Home inventory is key in emergency preparedness

Posted 9/15/2018 in Community

In the face of Hurricane Florence's approach, North and South Carolinians cleared grocery shelves and stocked up on water. However the insurance industry says if you want to really prepare for the worst, you need to take stock of what's already in the home.

 

To everything, there is a season: Changing seasons usher in flavors, textures

Posted 9/12/2018 in Food

For those who keep up with what changing seasons mean in the garden and on our plates, the advent of fall can sometimes seem a little bittersweet.

Tart cranberries and sour cream make pound cake sparkle

Posted 9/12/2018 in Food

Pound cake is simple but elegant; it's also incredibly rich.

A brightly colored veggie coleslaw that can stand up to ribs

Posted 9/12/2018 in Food

When hosting a backyard barbecue, it is easy to decide to make ribs because everyone loves them.

A multicooker helps make a deeply flavorful tortilla soup

Posted 9/12/2018 in Food

This light yet deeply flavorful soup is a celebration of colors, tastes, and textures, overflowing with garnishes and tender shredded chicken.

A joy and a service: This Scout project proves, 'If you build it ... '

Posted 9/8/2018 in Community

When high school junior Noel Fisher visited the Boys & Girls Club in Columbus and saw the vacant field next to it, he thought his search for an Eagle Scout Service Project might be over.

Still firm friends, after all these years

Posted 9/8/2018 in Community

Almost 13 years ago, on Feb. 6, 2006, Jason Nickles joined the staff of the Columbus-Lowndes Humane Society and pretty much made it his "home away from home." One day later, Mama Dog showed up and made herself at home, too. The former stray and Nickles, who manages shelter operations, have been firm buddies ever since.

Filmmaker to discuss erosion of Dauphin Island

Posted 9/8/2018 in Entertainment

On Thursday, Sept. 13, as part of Mississippi University for Women's fall Forum Series hosted by the Gordy Honors College, filmmaker Liza Slutskaya will screen and discuss her film "A Disrupted System: Alabama's Disappearing Barrier Island."

 

Submissions sought for UM Film Fest One-Minute Film Competition

Posted 9/8/2018 in Entertainment

The University of Mississippi Department of Theatre and Film is debuting a new way for university community and high school students to get involved in filmmaking.

 

In the garden with Felder: Close encounters of the good kind

Posted 9/8/2018 in Columns

Jump back, calm down and move on: Good advice for encounters between gardeners and beneficial reptiles found lurking in out-of-the-way places.

W professor awarded artist fellowship from MAC

Posted 9/8/2018 in Community

Valentin M. Bogdan, associate professor of music at Mississippi University for Women, has been awarded a $5,000 artist fellowship from the Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC).

 

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