Mac McAnally, seven-time Country Music Association musician of the year, will perform Sept. 10 at Mississippi State.
It's pretty easy to grow plants when water is plentiful, and that's the situation much of the time in Mississippi.
Did you notice? At about the minute the last firecracker popped on July 4, stores began slipping back-to-school supplies on the shelves.
We tend to think of beef short ribs as a winter dish, something that simmers long and slow in a Dutch oven until fall-apart tender.
It took nearly 20,000 miles to discover this secret, but cracking the code of the perfect poached egg made every one of them worth it. And I'll save you the travel trouble.
A basic strawberry-rhubarb pie is a delightful and iconic part of summer, but why let it rest at that?
Almost 80 years after Ben F. Chilcutt -- Mr. Ben -- founded Ben F. Chilcutt and Sons, the family business known widely as New Home Building Stores welcomes the fifth generation to learn the ropes.
The West Point/Clay County Arts Council presents "Juke Joint," a collection of Birney Imes' photographs of Mississippi juke joints and related images.
Candy Crecink of Starkville has been the executive director of the United Way of North Central Mississippi since only late May.
The scalding heat of summer couldn't slow down local Lowndes County 4-H Horse Club members from participating in the 2015 Northeast District and State 4-H Horse Shows in June.
I have never admired those who preach one sermon and live another, figuratively speaking, which means I try very hard not to be a hypocrite.
Yesterday was July 4, when we as a nation commemorate the act of declaring our independence from what we perceived as oppressive government from Britain under George III.
Artist Susan Nawrocki of Columbus currently has several pieces of her artwork on display at the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library.
Summer in Mississippi brings a bountiful buffet of fruits, vegetables, flowers and shrubs to enjoy -- but not just for people.
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