My friend, Barbara Yarborough, lent me a May issue of The Saturday Evening Post, because she thought it had an advertisement for a device that just might keep the deer of my neighborhood from eating my flowers.
The questions can vary. "How do I help a family member addicted to alcohol or drugs?" "My child has behavioral problems in the classroom and at home. What are my options?" "How do I get help for someone suffering from depression who resists help?" Thursday offers an opportunity to seek answers.
With all due respect to the Yellow Jackets that are their high school's mascot, 2016 is the year of the Eagles in Starkville.
Dr. Brandon Beck will speak about his recent book, "Streight's Foiled Raid on the Western & Atlantic Railroad: Emma Sansom's Courage and Nathan Bedford Forrest's Pursuit," on Wednesday, May 25 at noon at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library at 314 Seventh St. N.
One of the fun things about being the Southern Gardener is having the opportunity to share new and colorful plants with gardeners all across Mississippi and beyond.
In three short days, Columbus' Hitching Lot Farmers' Market will be back in business for another prolific growing season.
We recently visited Terry's daughter and her husband and were treated to a delicious dinner of lasagna and something she called "Italian Spinach.
In certain parts of the country, a good three-bean salad is almost always the anchor to a potluck or picnic, the kinds of gatherings where sturdy, crowd-pleasing, portable -- and frankly inexpensive -- food is wanted.
I thought I knew how to make the perfect burger. Now I know better.
Jerald Blakely Williams was up to his knees in cold, murky water a couple of years ago when he got the bright idea.
The Columbus-based Master's Theatre will present "The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe" Tuesday and Wednesday, May 10 and 11 at Rent Auditorium on the Mississippi University for Women campus.
In honor of Mother Goose's 30th year at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library, the Friends of the Library has declared 2016 to be the "Year of the Goose" in tribute to Edwina Williams and her embodiment of the beloved character from children's literature.
Most scars heal on the surface, serving as reminders of not-so-gentle events in our lives. Others run much deeper
A popular question I get when talking to home gardeners is, "If you could have only one flowering annual for the summer, what would it be?"
The Mississippi State University College of Veterinary Medicine invites dog owners to enroll their pets in a new study.