The Mississippi Development Authority's Hometown Mississippi Retirement program has declared June 5-9 Retirement Week in Mississippi.
A Mississippi State professor of fashion design and merchandising will showcase her award-winning artistic textiles featuring knitwear, crochet, embroidery, dyeing, beading and felting, as well as jewelry design.
A veteran member of Mississippi State's geosciences faculty is co-author of a new "road log" designed to educate travelers about Mississippi's many geological features.
To celebrate Mississippi's bicentennial year, the Mississippi Museum of Art (the Museum) in Jackson is curating exhibitions from its collection for 12 host venues across the state.
School is out, and the weather is heating up. Summer has officially arrived. It's a good time to head to a local Extension office for Quick Bites.
Dr. Kendall Dunkelberg, professor of English and director of the master's of fine arts creative writing program at Mississippi University for Women, was named the recipient of this year's Kossen Faculty Excellence Award.
The U.S. Department of Education has designated Mississippi's only post-secondary program for students with intellectual disabilities as a comprehensive transition program, a designation held by only 25 percent of similar programs throughout the country.
Many 4-H youth from across Mississippi will have opportunities to learn valuable life skills this summer, thanks to more than $825,000 donated by Tractor Supply Co. customers.
The Mississippi State University Extension Service is hosting a mom's day out with a farm twist on June 13.
For 13-year-old Kenna McGrew, it happened at a church event. A friend had brought along a ukulele, and Kenna came home smitten with the quirky little instrument.
An imaginary excursion to the islands is in store when Loaves and Fishes Community Soup Kitchen presents its fourth annual Festival of Flavors June 2 at Lion Hills Center in Columbus.
"Columbus Boasts New Garden Club," the headline reads. The photocopied Commercial Dispatch newspaper article dated Jan. 12, 1957, is well-preserved, even though the gray scrapbook page it's glued to is fraying a bit at the edges.
Two Mississippi School for Math and Science students will study Russian in the former Soviet Union this summer after winning $7,000 scholarships sponsored by the U.S. State Department.
Educators planning for next year can participate in a free, online train-the-trainer course that will help them teach children and adults how to recognize and combat cyberbullying.
Karrah Fort, 38, is likely to long remember how she celebrated Mother's Day weekend 2017 -- by walking across the stage to receive her master's degree in social work from the University of Tennessee.
As a longtime nurse who has worked in many parts of the world, Stephanie Holcombe is well aware that people deal with death in various ways.
A longtime Mississippi State faculty member and administrator is the new dean for the university's largest academic unit.