Novelist Steve Yarbrough returns to Columbus as the keynote author for the 30th annual Eudora Welty Writers' Symposium Oct. 18-20, at Mississippi University for Women.
Author Michael Farris Smith of Oxford, and formerly of Columbus, will be the guest author Thursday, Oct. 11 at Books and Authors at the Starkville Public Library.
This summer has seemed endless: hot, humid and just miserable. As a gardener, I know, or maybe hope, relief will soon be on the way.
Everyone has their favorite season, but to me autumn is the best, a time to set out a little stuff for winter and next spring while wrapping up the summer garden, then basking in recollections.
A $20 million, five-year grant from the National Science Foundation will spur creative discovery and economic opportunities through Mississippi's research universities.
United Way leaders have launched a major food drive to help restock area food pantries and feed hungry families across a four-county area that includes Oktibbeha, Choctaw, Webster and Winston Counties.
Starkville's Second Baptist Church's parish of approximately 300 members recently donated more than 150 uniform items to the Starkville Oktibbeha County School District (SOCSD) Clothes Closets.
Few things convince us that autumn will eventually make an appearance more than pumpkins. Whatever color, shape or size they are, pumpkins put us in mind of crisper days ahead, leaves skittering across the road and holidays to soon celebrate.
Mexican hot chocolate is a beloved beverage made from chocolate (yup, got it) and often cinnamon and another spice or two to bring up the heat.
Lobster is not the only crustacean that benefits from roasting.
Grilled cheese has a kids' menu reputation, but just a few tweaks make it a sophisticated dinner option.
A "magic carpet" that once helped children take flights of imagination is about to be in the spotlight again.
Virginia Branch has come home again. Her art has been inspired by it.
Earliest members of Piney Grove United Methodist Church in Steens were among some of Lowndes County's first settlers.
On Friday, Oct. 12, Mississippi University for Women will host its annual Oktoberfest event.
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