Dean Hall and wood go back a long way.
The 2017 National Veterans Golden Age Games will take place in Biloxi May 7- 11.
Kendall Dunkelberg, director of creative writing at Mississippi University for Women, is set to publish the introductory college textbook, "A Writer's Craft: multi-genre creative writing," with London-based Palgrave Macmillan.
Make-A-Wish® Mississippi's annual Starkville Wine & Wishes will be from 7-9 p.m. Tuesday, May 9 at Hewlett Stables.
Mississippi State University's fourth annual online giving event, Hail State Giving Days, again marked success by exceeding its goal of total donors.
The piano duo of Julia Mortyakova, associate professor of music and chair of The W's Department of Music, and Valentin Bogdan, assistant professor of music, won second prize at the Ellis Duo Piano Competition.
J.L. King Senior Memorial Park in Starkville should soon see some enhancements, thanks to a celebrity wait night and silent auction presented by the Pilot Club of Starkville.
Beef Wellington is a dish Mark Coblentz will remember for a long time to come
When Mitzi Brown was told in January she had breast cancer, it shook her foundations. In the span of a medical appointment, the mom and New Hope Middle School teacher acquired an intimidating adversary.
Mississippi University for Women's Department of Art and Design presents the work of five 2017 graduating seniors April 19-28 in the first of two scheduled Bachelor of Fine Arts spring shows in the Eugenia Summer Gallery.
Mississippi School for Math and Science students took top honors in the Olympiad of Spoken Russian, held at Rhodes College in Memphis, Tennessee, April 6.
When Bessie Johnson saw a convoy of vehicles rolling up her driveway the last morning of March, one of her first thoughts was, "Oh, I'd better call a few of the neighbors because they'll think something is wrong, wondering why are all those cars at Bessie's house."
Aging letters penned more than 125 years ago by a young Columbus girl open a window on local life during the late Victorian era.
The Columbus-Lowndes Public Library System joins libraries in schools, campuses and communities nationwide in celebrating the many ways libraries are transforming their communities every day through the services and invaluable expertise they offer.