A swish, splash and cheers around the Stark Recreation Center pool on the Mississippi University for Women campus Wednesday sum up, in their way, what Camp with a Mission is about.
Visitors to the Hitching Lot Farmers' Market in Columbus July 8 encountered some new vendors -- 10 or 12 of them, all slight of size and eager to please.
Distinguished Concerts International New York City has invited the Columbus Girlchoir and director Cherry Dunn to perform at Carnegie Hall.
The AmeriCorps VISTA Columbus Healthy Living Initiative invites families to join in a "Sun-day Funday" event Saturday, July 22, from 10 a.m. to noon at the Townsend Community Center on 15th Street South in Columbus.
Starkville Oktibbeha Consolidated School District Department of Family Centered Programs Adult Education celebrated their spring graduation on June 25.
Margaret Mary Henry, Russian teacher at the Mississippi School for Math and Science, is studying at Middlebury College this summer in a special course funded by the U.S. government.
At first sight, she wasn't much to look at three years ago. Time and disuse had taken a heavy toll on the old boat.
Annunciation Catholic Church in Columbus is home to new sculpture recently gifted to the College Street church by JoAnn M. Walk Ferguson and Howard Ferguson.
The American Cancer Society and Camellia Hospice are seeking local volunteers to be a part of the inaugural Boots & Bling Ball scheduled for Saturday, Nov. 4 at Trotter Convention Center in Columbus.
Lowndes County 4-H youth recently participated in the Northeast Regional and State 4-H Horse Shows in Starkville and Jackson.
Mississippi State University and Jones County Junior College leaders are making it easier for students to complete baccalaureate programs.
Karen Powell is talented, straightforward, determined and witty. She is also blind. In one of her life's great ironies, it was in losing most of her sight that Powell discovered the visual artist inside.
Mississippi State University is helping facilitate a program that will allow students in rural Mississippi school districts to take Advanced Placement (AP) courses from leading American scholars.
Sunny, summer days and fair skin tones are not the only risk factors for skin cancer. Cold days, cloudy weather and dark complexions do not eliminate to risk of skin damage and cancers.
Columbus native Taylor Henry recently earned a Juris Doctorate from the David A. Clarke School of Law at the University of the District of Columbia in the nation's capital.
One bright idea, a pile of stones, paints and a Facebook page have had the small town of Caledonia rocking for the past week.
As Columbus and the Golden Triangle prepare to celebrate Independence Day, the Bernard Romans DAR Chapter in Columbus is already planning for the 250th anniversary of the United States in July 2026.
Members of the R.E. Hunt High School 1967 graduating class will gather this coming weekend to celebrate the unity they forged a half century and more ago in Columbus.
King Solomon wrote thousands of years ago that there is nothing new under the sun, a truth played out daily by unscrupulous people putting modern spins on the age-old practice of fraud.