There's so much for parents to talk about with teens heading off to college for the first time.
Back-to-school fever reaches a high pitch this week. Minds will turn (yes, some reluctantly) from swimming to sums, from camps to compositions.
Growing up in North Carolina where seafood is plentiful, I tended to take shrimp in summer for granted.
The neatly-lettered sign out front was inconspicuous; the facility was less than grand -- but even before mounting the steps to the small, beige tin-sided space, indications were that something special was going on inside.
"Art Rocks!" at the Columbus Arts Council -- and rolls and inspires and expands horizons.
I am not Cait, but this is my story.
I have said that I was not going to get involved in the issue of the Mississippi flag, but like lemmings rushing to the sea where they drown themselves, I find myself blurting out a few thoughts, although I have no wish to offend anybody.
Daphney Massey recently realized a few truths -- such as that two women can move refrigerators and king-sized mattresses up and down stairs by themselves if they put their minds to it.
One of the most frequent calls I get in the summer concerns lawns and ground covers under trees, where sunlight is limited.
Lowndes County 4H members competed in the 2015 4H Mississippi State Shooting Sports Invitational in Meridian at the Lauderdale public safety training range July 17-18.
Local tomato growers recently put their all into producing the biggest fruit they could coax from Mother Earth.
The Columbus Arts Council (CAC) has been awarded a $30,000 grant from the Mississippi Arts Commission (MAC).
5. Community Calendar for the week of December 10, 2017 ENTERTAINMENT