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Photographer Joe Sarcone's negatives and photographs donated to Columbus Library

Posted 7/6/2013 in Community

For many decades, photographer Joseph "Joe" James Sarcone documented the places and faces of Columbus. Now, a visual archive of his work -- and a slice of the city's history -- has been donated to the Columbus-Lowndes Public Library for preservation.

'Any Hero': A Columbus crafter helps deployed service members keep in touch with home

Posted 7/1/2013 in Community

There are no greeting card shops in Baghdad or Kabul, but one Columbus crafter is doing what she can to ensure that a father deployed in the Middle East can send his wife at home a pretty anniversary card, or a Navy mom at sea for months at a time has a special birthday card to mail her daughter.

Traveling with Fido or Fluffy? Take tips from the experts

Posted 6/29/2013 in Community

Whether families head to the local park or an out-of-town destination, veterinarians advise them this summer to take steps to ensure pets stay safe and healthy as they travel.

 

School news: MSU honor roll

Posted 6/29/2013 in Community

 

 

School news: Dawkins on President's List

Posted 6/29/2013 in Community

 

 

Premarital counseling leads to strong unions

Posted 6/29/2013 in Community

 

 

And the survey says: MSU grads, then MUW, top starting salaries list for state schools

Posted 6/29/2013 in Community

A new survey by The College Database shows Mississippi State graduates leading their peers at other Magnolia State universities and colleges in starting salaries.

 

 

School news: MSU graduates

Posted 6/22/2013 in Community

 

 

School news: Brown recognized

Posted 6/22/2013 in Community

 

What's special about Columbus? Nominate your pick for National Geographic map

Posted 6/22/2013 in Community

Is there something special about Columbus you think everyone should know about? Well, this is your opportunity to tell someone.

 

School news: Heritage honor roll

Posted 6/22/2013 in Community

 

At home on the range: As numbers of women in agriculture climb, they get a little help from Annie's Project

Posted 6/22/2013 in Community

"Get down, Gabby," Mary Jane Coign gently admonished an exuberant mixed breed dog greeting visitors to the farm. The retired Mississippi State University research chemist was dressed for the field in sturdy khakis, work shoes, straw hat and bug spray. It was time to go check on the cows and calves. "Just don't move too fast, or they'll probably scatter," she cautioned with a smile.

Having fun ... at Camp Rising Sun

Posted 6/15/2013 in Community

There is a special place children who are battling -- or have battled -- a diagnosis of cancer can go. A place where they are not "different," not "the sick kid." A place where memories of hospitals and treatments recede and life is just about summertime, camp and all that goes with it -- swimming, fishing, campfires, scavenger hunts, crafts, archery, canoeing, spirit sticks and new friends.

 

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