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Hearin Leadership Program hosts conference for high school students

Posted 12/19/2009 in Entertainment

Mississippi University for Women’s Hearin Leadership Program will host its ninth annual Hearin High School Leadership Conference on the weekend of Jan. 29, 2010.

 

Historic images fill fundraising calendars

Posted 12/19/2009 in Entertainment

President Howard Taft speaks on Main Street Columbus in 1902. Men in fedoras and suits study the rubble of First Columbus National Bank after a devastating fire in March 1919. The 1927 Stephen D. Lee High School state football champions pose on modest wooden bleachers in their dirt-stained uniforms.

 

Loaves & Fishes soup kitchen announces move, needs list

Posted 12/19/2009 in Entertainment

The Loaves & Fishes Soup Kitchen will soon reach a goal it set when it was organized in the summer of 2008 to help feed those in need. The ministry, which has been serving meals on Mondays and Fridays at the Salvation Army at 2219 Main St., will soon be moving into a permanent home — just next door, in the former location of Cash Distributing.

 

So many Santas: The spirit of Father Christmas lives year-round in Fred Kinder’s Santa collection

Posted 12/12/2009 in Entertainment

As the days of December advance, thoughts of Santa Claus fill the minds of the young and young-at-heart the world over. Saint Nicholas, Father Christmas, Kris Kringle, Sinterklaas — whatever name he’s known by, the beloved figure symbolizes the thoughtful and generous nature of Christmas. He inspires a spirit of goodness that can soften even the grinchiest of us at this time of year.

 

Explore the stars with MUW’s Backyard Astronomy

Posted 12/12/2009 in Entertainment

The Science Enrichment Program at Mississippi University for Women will host two workshops at the beginning of the year titled “Backyard Astronomy,” in which participants will be able to explore the stars.

 

 

Community band launches new concert year

Posted 12/12/2009 in Entertainment

The Starkville-Mississippi State University Community Band begins its seventh year Jan. 11 with registration and a rehearsal on campus.

 

Bes’ birthday boosts Toys for Tots Christmas drive

Posted 12/12/2009 in Entertainment

Bes Sumrall’s birthday party had all the usual trimmings. Friends to play with, colorful balloons, a special cake and gifts — plenty of gifts. But for this Columbus toddler, there was a twist to turning 2. All the new, brightly-packaged toys brought to this party were not for Bes; they were destined for Toys for Tots and children in need in this community.

 

Blade’s named Wassail-meister

Posted 12/12/2009 in Entertainment

Blade’s Hair Design took top honors for Wassail Fest 2009, announced Main Street Columbus Wednesday.

 

 

Eagle Scouts urged to register for network

Posted 12/12/2009 in Entertainment

Scouting officials are trying to identify all Eagle Scouts in North Mississippi as part of the 100th anniversary of Boy Scouts of America.

 

Treasured tribute

Posted 12/5/2009 in Entertainment

Brenda Caradine returned from New York bearing a hat box she handled with great care. Inside, lay a laurel wreaththat almost 27 years earlier, had lain on Tennessee Williams’ body, and later his coffin, on the day of his funeral in 1983.

 

Beck’s ‘Battle of Okolona: Defending the Mississippi Prairie’ debuts

Posted 12/5/2009 in Entertainment

Near the site of the historic Civil War conflict, Friends of the Battle of Okolona will host a book signing for Dr. Brandon H. Beck’s latest release, “The Battle of Okolona: Defending the Mississippi Prairie.

 

Artists’ works featured in Starkville’s one-of-a-kind artists’ showcase

Posted 12/5/2009 in Entertainment

A collection of works by local artists will be showcased in the Greater Starkville Development Partnership Gallery at 200 Main St. through the month of December.

 

Michael Feldman’s ‘Whad’Ya Know?’ to broadcast live from Columbus

Posted 11/28/2009 in Entertainment

Michael Feldman brings his popular public radio show to Rent Auditorium in Columbus for a live broadcast Saturday, Dec. 12. This will be Feldman’s first trip to enjoy the Southern hospitality of the Golden Triangle region.

 

 

Christmas Festival brings Bethlehem to life

Posted 11/28/2009 in Entertainment

Bright, colorful paper and fancy bows might add to the glitz and glamour associated with the holiday season. But if you were able to take your family back over 2,000 years to the streets of Bethlehem, the true reason for the season could be found.

 

 

Veteran professor named head of MSU forestry

Posted 11/28/2009 in Entertainment

A 24-year-veteran faculty member is the new head of the Mississippi State University’s forestry department. Andrew Ezell will assume his new duties Dec. 1, leading the only four-year forestry degree program in the state.

 

 

‘Edam-up’ Christmas at MSU’s cheese store

Posted 11/28/2009 in Entertainment

The Mississippi Agriculture and Forestry Experiment Station Sales Store located on Mississippi State University’s campus offers several ways to help with the gift list, as well as the Christmas feast — with cheese and other holiday specialties.

 

Autumn reflections: Photography by Chris Jenkins

Posted 11/28/2009 in Entertainment

Autumn’s poetry is seen in its colors, shapes and benevolent shadows in ever-shortening days. Professional photographer Chris Jenkins, of Mississippi University for Women’s Office of Public Affairs, recently captured these images of Mother Nature’s handiwork. Cypress stands at Friendship Cemetery, wooded fields on Officers Lake Road and areas of downtown Columbus offered glimpses of the season’s finale.

 

Holidays call for caution with Fido and Fluffy

Posted 11/28/2009 in Entertainment

Holidays present special situations that are dangerous for pets. Seasonal holiday foods are rich in calories, fat or seasonings. Some treats, such as those that are chocolate or contain it, can seriously damage a pet’s internal system or even cause the pet to die.

 

 

First Book taking applications for book distributions to children

Posted 11/23/2009 in Entertainment

The Greater Golden Triangle Advisory Board for First Book, a national organization which provides free books to children in economic need, is accepting applications for book distributions to be given to those residing in Lowndes, Oktibbeha, Clay and Noxubee Counties.

 

MUW’s ‘A Christmas Pudding’ makes merry with songs and readings

Posted 11/23/2009 in Entertainment

‘Tis the season for song and merriment. The Mississippi University for Women Department of Music and Theatre will deliver just that with “A Christmas Pudding,” by David Birney, Thursday and Friday, Dec. 3-4. This Christmas celebration told in songs, stories, poems and tales by Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, Emily Dickinson, Shakespeare, Shaw, Longfellow, St. Luke and others takes place at 7:30 p.m. nightly in Cromwell Theatre on campus.

 

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